On a hot August morning with a “feels like” temperature approaching triple digits, members of the University of Lynchburg women’s soccer team lined up in the athletic training room for a post-workout weigh in.
The exercise physiology program at University of Lynchburg was recently approved as National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Education Recognition Program (ERP). The NSCA is a leading professional organization for fields dedicated to advancing the strength and conditioning profession.
Associate Professor of Exercise Physiology Director of University of Lynchburg Active Aging Program email@example.com Turner 213 434.544.8721 Experience I have been a professor in higher education since 2009 where I have trained students in both the practice and the research methods in the field of clinical exercise physiology. I have received recognition from my peers […]
Associate Professor of Exercise Physiology 434.544.8683 firstname.lastname@example.org Turner 302 Experience August 2009- June 2010, Instructor and Human Performance Lab Supervisor Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau January 2009- May 2009, Adjunct Faculty, Department of Exercise Science and Sports Studies Springfield College, Springfield, MA September 2008- May 2009, Graduate Assistant, Department of Exercise Science and Sports […]
Assistant Professor of Exercise Physiology 434.544.8683 email@example.com Experience July 2007- present, Retreat Faculty, Furman Institute of Running and Scientific Training Furman University, Greenville, S.C. August 2009- July 2013, Graduate Assistant, Department of Kinesiology, University of George, Athens, Ga. August 2007- May 2009, Graduate Assistant, Department of Exercise and Sport Science University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Chapel […]
Associate Professor of Exercise Physiology Coordinator of Clinical Education, Exercise Physiology 434.544.8476 firstname.lastname@example.org Turner 203 Experience I started teaching in the exercise physiology program at University of Lynchburg in the fall of 2006. I have been teaching at the collegiate level since 1988, as a graduate assistant at Auburn University, an assistant and associate professor at […]