Chris Dakin

Emma Eccles Jones College of Education & Human Services

Kinesiology and Health Science Department 

Undergraduate Research Faculty Mentor of the Year

Chris Dakin is an assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Science. Dr. Dakin’s research focuses on how the brain uses sensory information to control human movement. 

His research has displayed the ability to consistently publish while including undergraduate students in all aspects of the scientific process. The results of his research have led to numerous student grants, presentations, and co-authorships on peer-reviewed publications. The research experiences gained by his students have assisted them in admittance into prestigious graduate programs and attaining jobs. 

Chris Dakin