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Where Fitness Lives

  • 2014 Wall of Fame Alumni - (l-r) Joanne Smith-Tavener, Jacqueline Malaska, Sally Flanagan and Michael Falvo with Dr. Anne Farrell, Chair


  • Joanne Smith-Tavener - 2014 Wall of Fame Inductee

  • Michael Falvo - 2014 Wall of Fame Inductee

  • Jacqueline Malaska - 2014 Wall of Fame Inductee

  • Sally Flanagan - 2014 Wall of Fame Inductee

  • Class of 2014 Senior Class Dinner

  • Dr. Stella Volpe - Lecture "Obesity and Diabetes Prevention Throughout the Lifespan"

  • 2013 Scholarship Award Winners

  • Dr. Ratamess

  • Charles Smith in the Human Performance Lab

  • Wellness Expo 2014

  • Wellness Expo 2014

  • Wellness Expo 2014

  • Wellness Expo 2014

  • Wellness Expo 2014

  • 2014 Fitness Testing

  • Dr. John Farrell's A&P Class

  • Lesson Plans

  • Congratulations to Zach Dlabik - Emertia Health and Exercise Teaching Award

  • Class in the Human Performance Lab

  • Congratulations to Michael Kreckel - Gertrude Valleau Metzger '28 Award

  • Congratulations to Megan Flynn - Marilyn Murray '61 Scholorship

  • Congratulations to Matthew Wells - Patricia Chamberlin Scholarship

  • Congratulations to Paul Searles - Roger Rada Award

  • Congratulations to Jillian Nealon - Sally Flanagan '80 Field Experience II Scholarship

  • 2013 Mildred Dahne Award Winner - Dr.Avery Faigenbaum and Dr. Anne Farrell, Chair accept award.

  • (L-R) First alumni added to Wall of Fame - John Simone, Charles Inverso, Charles Miller, Tony Rienzo and Tracy Radler - Congratulations!

  • Matthew Wells and Megan Flynn discuss their research at the MUSE event.

  • Joelle Bagley explaining her research

  • Michael Kreckel in the Human Performance Lab

And the Winner Is…..

And the Winner Is…..

HES 371 Stress Management  – one of the 16 Coolest College Classes by Seventeen Magazine! Congratulations to Dr. Anne Farrell, Janet Lomonico and Joanne Smith-Tavener!    Continue Reading

Congratulations to Drs. Avery Faigenbaum and Jim McFarland

Their article “Criterion Repetition Maximum Testing” in National Strength and Conditioning Association, 36(1), 88-91 published last February has generated interest by the National Strength and Conditioning Association to explore the use of their program rubric at a national level.  Congratulations on this honor.Continue Reading