Alumni - Department of Health, Nutrition and Exercise Science

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  • Nutrition and Dietetics
    Danielle Hepler-
    Danielle Hepler ’18 Dietetic Internship at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

    Having experienced the benefits of healthy food in my own life, helping others to do the same was a natural path

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  • Health and Physical Education
    Eve Allen-
    Eve Allen ’17 Elementary Health and Physical Education Teacher for East Pennsboro Area School District

    Not only in academics, but Messiah College also taught me how to be an expression of the love of Jesus in my teaching.

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  • Athletic Training
    Colin Tomes-
    Colin Tomes ’17 Physiotherapy Graduate Student at Bond University, Queensland, Australia

    As an Air Force veteran, Tomes is pursuing a doctoral degree in physiotherapy (physical therapy) — giving back to injured members of military and police communities.

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  • Health and Physical Education
    Benjamin Wise-
    Benjamin Wise ’16 Health & Physical Education Teacher for the Harrisburg School District

    Teaching a combination of both Health and Physical Education has been nice to keep my schedule varied and get to talk about more subjects which I enjoy.

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  • Applied Health Science
    Brienne Wickenheiser-
    Brienne Wickenheiser ’15 Applied Health Science Master's in Clinical Exercise Physiology, Exercise Physiologist at York Hospital

    Ever wondered where an Applied Health Science major can take you? What are the possible next steps after graduation? One path that many Messiah graduates tend to take is graduate school. Messiah alumni Brienne Wickenheiser (15) recently finished her graduate studies, earning a master’s in Clinical Exercise Physiology at East Stroudsburg University.

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  • Sport Management
    Patrick Zezulinski-
    Patrick Zezulinski ’14 Master's student at Georgia State University & Graduate Assistant with Georgia State University Athletics Development

    Having a strong work ethic, positive attitude, spirit of thankfulness, and passion for sports will allow you to succeed in sport management.

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  • Applied Health Science
    Nate Jenkins-
    Nate Jenkins ’11 Ph.D. candidate, exercise physiology and nutrition, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

    Only the most motivated college students read scientific literature outside the classroom, and that type of personal drive is exactly what set apart Nathaniel Jenkins ’11 as a health and exercise science major at Messiah and now as a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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