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  • Marc Cormier instructor student athletes at Unversity of Kentucky.

    WVU graduates grow collegiate sport psychology

    SEP alumni offer expertise ranging from performance psychology to crisis intervention. Their work blends multiple partnerships with athletic departments and beyond, helping student-athletes overcome developmental, social and emotional challenges.

  • Portrait of Alexa Miley

    Researching sport management industry global markets

    Alexa Miley's career goals involve becoming an athletic director or working within sport operations or marketing. The WVU Sport Management master's program prepares students to compete in the sport market as an industry leader.

  • View from the front of the Active Learning Center

    Learning space offers engagement

    The Steelcase Active Learning Center will officially open Oct. 31, 3 p.m. in the Health and Education building. The center was funded by Steelcase Education and ideally suits courses that emphasize collaborating and cooperative learning approaches.

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  • Portrait of Johannes Raabe
    Johannes Raabe Assistant Professor
    Johannes Raabe joined CPASS in fall 2019. Upon completion of his Ph.D., he was part of the scientific support team for the German Soccer Association’s (Deutscher Fußball-Bund) talent identification and development program. He is a certified mental performance consultant with the Association for Applied Sport Psychology and listed on the United States Olympic Committee Sport Psychology Registry. He has worked with the German Soccer Association in development and implementation of an educational program for youth coaches.
  • Taliaferro
    Andrea Taliaferro Associate Professor
    Andrea Taliaferro is one of six WVU faculty members who received the 2019 Foundation Award for Outstanding Teaching. She directs the Friday Adapted Physical Education Practicum, providing weekly physical activity programming for nearly 100 children with disabilities while providing hands on experience for WVU students. Students recognize her passion in the field adapted education, helping the content in the classroom come to life.