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
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
[Interviewed by Scott Schneider] I recently sat down with my good friend and colleague Terry Dash and asked him a few questions about his long career as an outdoor educator. Schneider: You’ve been teaching for the
Joy Kagendo, Chris Ousley, Kevin Moennich and Kari Lewis won 2nd place in the costume contest at the Inaugural Monster Dash.
Ginny Renkiewicz attended the National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE) Conference September 16-22 in Reno, Nevada. Her research entitled: “The Attrition Condition: Use of a Preparatory Course to Reduce EMT Course Attrition and Improve Pass
Increasing Physical Activity Through Shared Use Agreements Keith Howard, Lecturer, NC State Department of Health and Exercise Studies Jason N. Bocarro, Ph.D., NC State Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Michael A. Kanters, Ph.D.,
Seven Questions with Autumn Mist Belk provides a great profile of one of our HES faculty members.
Sally Almekinders has earned a spot on TEAM USA for the 2012 ITU standard distance (10k,40k,5k) Duathlon World Championships. The qualifying race, USAT Duathlon National Championship, was held in Oro Valley, Arizona in April. The
This past July I got a once in a lifetime opportunity to join two other gentlemen in an attempt to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa. Our goal was to climb the world’s tallest freestanding