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Study abroad

In summer 2017, a group of Health & Sports Science students will travel to Santiago, ChileProgram courses will examine physiological, nutritional, economic and sociological aspects of Health and Sport in Santiago and greater Chile, and will encourage dialogue and discourse around these complex topics. Site visits will expose students to health and sport professions in Chile and allow for both students and faculty to connect course content to the different geographical environments Chile has to offer. For more information, contact Dr. Diana Cuy Castellanos.

Note: The deadline for the 2017 program has passed. Visit the Center for International Programs, Office of Education Abroad for other study abroad opportunities.

Undergraduate research with faculty

Each year, undergraduate students work alongside faculty to conduct and publish research in respected journals, such as Journal of Strength and ConditioningFuture FocusJournal of Exercise Physiology online and Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics.

Graduate assistantships

Graduate assistantships are competitive and limited. Assistantships are available in several departments within the School of Education & Health Sciences.