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  • Mykal Manswell presenting his research poster

    Undergraduate student pursues research passion through summer program

    Mykal Manswell checked out numerous universities before selecting the WVU CPASS Sport and Exercise Psychology program. “The CPASS SEP program is special. The major is not offered in many places in the country. Plus, it allows me to combine my interest in athletics and psychology.”

  • WVU Diversity Cup

    Sign up for WVU coed soccer tournament

    CPASS, in partnership with WVU Campus Rec and the WVU Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, will celebrate the spirit of sport, friendship and inclusiveness during Diversity Week 2017 by hosting the Diversity Cup – Five vs. Five Coed Soccer Tournament, October 7 – 8 on the turf fields located in front of the CPASS building on the Evansdale Campus.

  • Katie Sick standing out front of CPASS

    CPASS online program is ideal for teachers with demanding schedules

    Katie Sick loves her job as a physical education teacher and she wants to be the best teacher she can be. That’s why she is studying for a master’s degree in Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) from WVU Online.

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Faculty Spotlight

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    Gonzalo Bravo Associate Professor
    Gonzalo Bravo, associate professor, has strong international ties in the sport management field. Most recently, Bravo lead students on a sport business study abroad trip to the Dominican Republic. Students experienced area culture and history while learning about the industry aspects of baseball, including networking with Major League Baseball academies and participating in local service projects.
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    Eloise Elliott Ware Distinguished Professor
    As the Ware Distinguished Professor, Elliott’s focus on outreach and service to improve the culture of health in the state of West Virginia has facilitated her research. She conducts research in the authentic environments where physical education physical activity opportunities can be provided and studied.