Renee Harrington (NCSU HES Instructor) has earned a spot on TEAM USA for the 2016 ITU Duathlon World Championships.
We are encouraging each student at NC State to take eight credits of health and exercise studies from our 100 and/or 200 level activity courses before graduation.
Celebrate the start of spring with 108 sun salutations! Free workshop on Sunday, March 20 in Carmichael Gym.
In response to recent climbing accidents in North Carolina, the American Alpine Club Triangle Chapter has developed a free two-hour clinic that will review best rappelling practices.
The Department of Health and Exercise Studies Toy Drive, organized by Christopher Ousley, collected over 50 toys for the Helping Hand Mission located in Raleigh. They are an organization dedicated to helping families in need. […]
Renee Harrington, Henry Kidd, Terry Dash, and Tommy Holden competed in the second annual UREC Monster Dash, placing an impressive 3rd overall. The 5K race consisted of several obstacles including scaling piles of hay bales, […]
Kevin Moennich, Lecturer in Health and Exercise Studies, passed his verbal teaching and playing ability tests with the United States Golf Teachers Federation (USGTF). Kevin visited the Green Garden Country Club in Chicago, Illinois to […]
How to Incorporate Self-Defense Instruction into Physical Activity Programs Published in Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators. May/June 2013 Vol. 26 NO 3 Written by: Christopher S. Ousley, Ritchie G. Shuford, Tom Roberts […]
Health and Exercise Studies is pleased to announce Aaron Kopp as the recipient of the 2015-2016 Frank Ormond Scholarship. Aaron is pursuing a major in Nutrition Science with a minor in Sport Science. He plans […]
Autumn Belk, teaching assistant professor in Health and Exercise Studies, was chosen to receive an Alumni Association Outstanding Teacher Award for 2015. Ten awardees were chosen for this honor which recognizes individuals who further the […]