The College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences is committed to student success and offers innovative programs to support your transition to college life, achievement of academic goals and career development.
The second annual NSCA West Virginia State Clinic will feature nationally known speakers on Saturday, April 13 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at the WVU Erickson Alumni Center. Attendees will have an exclusive look at the new applied sport science center located at the WVU Human Performance Innovation Center. Specifically, four rotating stations will involve multi-joint isometric strength testing, vertical jump assessment, velocity-based assessment of resistance exercise and a tour provided by Dr. Josh Hagen of the HPIC recovery center.
Anne Mitchell and Mark Hengemihle, both seasoned outdoor recreation professionals, have established Knapps Creek Trout Lodge within a unique, niche market in the outdoor recreation industry. The partners report 30 percent growth in bookings while developing special programs to support veterans and the local community.
An innovative arrangement, developed by Public Employees Insurance Agency and managed by West Virginia University, was recognized nationally for the fee-for-service model housed at community-based fitness centers, designed to promote healthy living. Ultimately, College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences staff helped to enroll approximately 9,000 members in the program.