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Applied Health Sciences
- University of Illinois at Chicago, Bachelors
- University of Illinois at Chicago, Masters
My passion for movement and activity pushed me to find a field where I didn't have to sit most of my day. Over 20 years ago, when Exercise Science was not quite as prevalent, I found the program for me. Since then, I have earned two degrees in Exercise Science.
The environment within the Parkinson School of Health Sciences and Public Health is very positive and encouraging.
Exercise Science is a field where students can explore the research behind the physiology and movement of humans. It is very exciting to teach students how to apply this research and information to our own bodies.
What would you tell a student about why your field is exciting/important/the potential impact s/he could make?
It is vital that people learn how important movement and exercise is, especially when staying healthy is critical to our health.
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