Health and Exercise Sciences

  • Chico Orlando’s Internship at Fitness Quest 10

    January 14, 2015

    Chico Orlando (ES, ’14), completed his Exercise Science Internship at Fitness Quest 10 in San Diego, CA in the summer of 2014.  Fitness Quest 10 is a fitness facility designed to “deliver one of the most extraordinary fitness experiences on the planet.”  They deliver motivation, accountability and know-how, which results in overall health improvement. Chico […]

  • Athletic Training Graduates Continue Perfect BOC Pass Rate

    December 30, 2014

    Truman State University’s Athletic Training Program continues to maintain a perfect pass rate on the BOC (Board of Certification) exam for Athletic Training. Fall 2014 Graduates Courtney Meyer (left) and Erin David (right) passed their exams to make seven semesters in a row with a  100% first time pass rate. Congratulations Courtney and Erin, as […]

  • HLTH 150 Helps Raise Money for The Food Bank

    December 1, 2014

    Students in two of Dr. Darson Rhodes’ fall HLTH 150 nutrition courses partnered with the Serve Center to raise money for The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri. The classes divided into 14 small groups, each of which planned a fundraiser as part of a service learning opportunity. Students began planning events, raffles, and […]

  • Jordan Beckett Wins Photo Collage Contest

    November 19, 2014

    Athletic Training student Jordan Beckett (’16) participated in the National Athletic Training Student’s Committee (NATSC) Fall Photo collage contest in October and won! Students from accredited Athletic Training programs around the nation were invited to submit photos in collage format of materials that represent the Athletic Training profession. Students submitted their photos to the NATSC […]

  • Kelsey Mengwasser Receives Outstanding Research Poster Award

    November 7, 2014

    Kelsey Mengwasser, senior Exercise Science major, recently won an “Outstanding Research Poster” Award with a $100 prize at A.T. Still’s University 6th Annual Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Symposium. Her research compared isokinetic leg strengths in female college athletes; hamstring and quadricep strengths were compared both bilaterally and ipsilaterally.

  • Student DO/DMD Day at ATSU

    October 22, 2014

  • Classes Work to Assist Food Bank

    October 6, 2014

    This semester, students in two of Truman’s HLTH150 nutrition courses have partnered with the SERVE Center to raise money for the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri. The classes divided into 14 small groups, each of which planned a fundraiser as part of a service-learning opportunity. Students began planning events, raffles and donation requests […]

  • Brad Lazzari Accepted as Still Scholar

    September 24, 2014

    Brad Lazzari, Exercise Science major, class of 2016, has been accepted as a Still Scholar. The Still Scholars Early Acceptance Program is designed to provide admission opportunities to outstanding students who aspire to become osteopathic physicians at A.T. Still University’s Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (ATSU-KCOM). ATSU-KCOM focuses on whole person healthcare and community service […]

  • Brittany Eagen (Beeler) Attending A.T. Still University’s DPT Program

    September 9, 2014

    Brittany Eagen (Beeler), August 2013 ES Graduate, recently started A.T. Still University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program in Mesa, AZ. She is confident that the Exercise Science program at Truman provided a strong foundation of coursework to build upon while in physical therapy school as well as invaluable research opportunities. Her classmates include fellow […]

  • Exercise Science Collaborates With MU Football Coaches/Team

    July 16, 2014

    Dr. Jerry Mayhew, (HES Professor), Richie Schumacher (ES Graduate & Leadership Grad Student), David Meyerhoff (May ’14 ES Graduate), & Courtney Meyer (AT Student), pictured on the left,  Mrs. Jana Arabas (HES Instructor) and  Mrs. Brenda Embree (HES Administrative Assistant), pictured on the right, collaborated with the strength coaches at the University of Missouri to […]

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