Senior Lecturer Resa Walch, Associate Professor Carol Smith, Assistant Professor Amy Stringer and several students participated in engaged learning and service activities during the fall semester and winter term.
Dr. Judy Esposito, associate professor of human service studies and co-chair of the Interdisciplinary Committee on Course-Based Alcohol Education, and Resa Walch, senior lecturer in Health and Human Performance and Faculty Fellow for Substance Education, sponsored an event on May 1 for faculty participants in the Faculty As Partners in Prevention campus-wide initiative.
Health and Human Performance Professor Emerita Janie Brown, who now serves as president of the Board of Directors of the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame, was recently featured by the Thomasville (N.C.) Times.To read the story, click here.
A wellness program for local fourth and fifth graders concluded Tuesday at the Koury Athletic Center when two dozen boys learned about physical fitness and setting goals from their Elon University mentors. And if Elon junior Brett Brawerman has his way, the CHAMPS program – short for “Coaching Health and Mentoring Positive Students” – will be something colleges elsewhere can replicate.
Liz Bailey, lecturer in the Department of Health and Human Performance, was selected to receive the 2011 Outstanding Graduate Student Alumni Award from Wake Forest University's Department of Health and Exercise Science.
Carol A. Smith, associate professor in health & human performance, recently presented two sessions at the Southern District of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance annual conference, held in Greensboro, N.C., Feb. 16-18.
For many people, it just isn’t New Year’s without a traditional resolution, and “losing weight” is always a popular pledge. Elizabeth Bailey in the Department of Health and Human Performance shares advice for not just making fitness resolutions, but keeping them, in the first of an occasional series of videos where Elon University faculty members share their research and classroom expertise.
Carol Smith, an associate professor in the Department of Health and Human Performance, received the Physical Education Association University Teacher of the Year Award at the Annual NCAAHPERD Conference held Nov. 10-13, 2010, in Winston-Salem, N.C.
The North Carolina Alliance for Athletics, Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Annual Conference was held in Winston-Salem, N.C., Nov. 10-13. Students Megan Deutschle, Morgan Bailey, Michelle Pullen, Ned Cuthbertson, Chris Harris and Stephen Rusterholz co-presented a session about dance pedagogy with Carol Smith, associate professor in the department of Health & Human Performance.
The annual Spring Undergraduate Research Forum on April 27, 2010, promoted and celebrated work from more than 100 students who made presentations about their scholarship in disciplines as diverse as psychology, exercise science, chemistry, public relations and economics.
Health and Human Performance faculty members, Elizabeth Bailey, Amanda Tapler and Resa Walch, presented in a tutorial session at the Southern College Health Association (SCHA) Annual Meeting in March in Columbia, S.C.
Carol Smith recently made two presentations at the Southern District Conference for the American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, and was elected chair of the Council on Community Recreatoin and Outdoor Education.