Health, Physical Education & Sport Sciences

 
School of Health, Physical Education and Sport Sciences
Amy Jo Sutterluety, Associate Dean
Sara Schimelpfenig, Administrative Assistant
Lou Higgins Center, Rm. 250
(440) 826-7473
sschimel@bw.edu

Congratulations to Professor Cassandra August for receiving the Distinguished Faculty Award!

BW Sport Management students have been selected for entry into Round Two of the franz. 2015 competition. This is the final round before finalists are chosen to travel to Duesseldorf, Germany to present their idea in front of an esteemed jury.

 

Congratulations Matt Dennis, Janaya Feaster, Samantha Lang, and Andrew Sismour!!

 

franz. is the very first international student competition in sports, where you, undergraduate and graduate students, have direct access to the world’s top decision makers in sports. We want you, top students from leading schools around the world, to bring fresh ideas that will be taken up by the world’s most preeminent sports institutions; ideas that will shape the future of sports.

Congratulations to Dr. Jessica Emlich Jochum, Associate Professor of Athletic Training for receiving the Great Lakes Athletic Trainers’ Outstanding Educator Award.

This award is to recognize members who have significantly contributed to the education of GLATA members through academic presentations, published manuscripts or editorials, and educational program development.

Congratulations to the BW Health and Physical Education students who won the College Cup Competition at the OAHPERD conference!


The College Cup Competition is an active and spirited competition between colleges and universities around the State of Ohio who are institutional members of OAHPERD. This portion of the OAHPERD Convention is a way for the students to positively represent their institution in strength, skill, precision and above all, sportsmanship.

BW to host Athletic Training ACES Preparatory Workshops, January 23-25, 2015. Learn more here.

Congratulations to our Sport Management Students! Learn about their experience: http://www.bw.edu/news/superbowl/

When you consider the societal focus on sport and physical activity, changes in health care delivery, and a trend toward prevention, rehabilitation and wellness; career opportunities are truly superb – and diverse.

Undergraduate Majors

Baldwin Wallace University offers six different fields of study each providing knowledge, skills, and experiential learning which will develop a foundation for a successful career. You’ll receive one-on-one mentoring that goes beyond the basics to develop knowledge and skills that will enable you to lead as well as succeed. Doing what you love with confidence and competence.

Majors

Athletic Training
Exercise Science
Health & Physical Education
Health Coaching & Promotion
Pre-Physical Therapy
Sport Management

Minors

Athletic Coaching
Family Studies
Health Coaching & Health Promotion
Nutrition
Orthopedic Assessment and Treatment
Recreation


 

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