Our department is made up of five different majors that focus on specific areas of health, exercise, and sport. We have a diverse group of faculty, who aim to guide our students as they learn to interpret and apply scientific evidence in the areas of exercise and health, integrate their faith with their academic interests, and develop stewardship of their GOD-given gifts.
If you are interested in learning more about our programs,our faculty or our mission, I encourage you to explore our website, contact any of our faculty, or, better yet, come visit us!
Jodie L. Haak, Ph.D.
Chair, Health and Human Performance Department
The Department of Health and Human Performance congratulates Faculty members Sandy Bush and Jim Gustafson
Sandy Bush received the Pennsylvania Athletic Trainer's Society Distinguished Merit Award. The DMA is awarded to a BOC-certified athletic trainer who has been in practice as an athletic trainer in Pennsylvania for a minimum of 15 years and demonstrates distinguished professional achievement in the practice of athletic training in their respective employment setting.
Jim Gustafson received the Presidential Award in recognition of his valuable support of the mission of the Christian Society for Kinesiology and Leisure Studies.