Geil to Speak at STEAM3 Conference

Dr. Mark Geil will be a speaker at the Georgia State STEAM3 conference. This “Living the Future” national event explores frontiers in education combining science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics. Dr. Geil is a featured presenter on Friday, September 11th, on the topic “The Art of Making Prosthetics”. He will also demonstrate modern computer-aided methods… more »

Introducing Our New Clinical Instructors !

Courtney Strosnider is originally from Prince George, VA. She earned her B.S. in Kinesiology and Health Science from The College of William and Mary in 2011 and her M.S. in Clinical Exercise Physiology from James Madison University in 2014. Her previous research involved studying heart rate variability in an obstructive sleep apnea population during steady-state exercise.… more »

August – Greetings from KH

This past summer, I have spent a lot of time trying to catch up on my professional reading. The book that I just finished was by John Medina who spoke at our SHAPE America convention in April 2015. The book, Brain Rules, was interesting in that Medina, who is a molecular biologist, discusses the importance… more »

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Join Walt Thompson for a Twitter chat on the 2015 American Fitness Index

Join Walt Thompson for a Twitter chat on the 2015 American Fitness Index tomorrow at 1 p.m.

How do you measure a city’s overall health and wellness? Tomorrow at 1 p.m., join Walt Thompson, College of Education and Human Development associate dean, and the American College of Sports Medicine for a Twitter chat about the… more »