OXFORD, Miss. – As the Scout Law states, a Boy Scout is helpful, so the Boy Scouts of America is helping the University of Mississippi fund two new graduate positions in its recreation administration degree program. The BSA has awarded the university $20,000 to fund two graduate assistantships. Julie Chambers, the district executive for the… Full […]
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Health Promotion PhD. student, Vinayak Nahar, writes article, “Addressing Factors Influencing Skin Cancer Prevention Behaviors among Outdoor Workers” that is featured in a Jackson Mississippi Medical Center newsletter. Article can be found on page 3 of the Connect Newsletter- Myrlie Evers-Williams Institute for the Elimination of Health Disparities newsletter. Click HERE to read.
AmTrykes in Action Takes Place on September 10th at UM Circle Oxford, Miss.—The Department of Health, Exercise Science, and Recreation Management (HESRM) at the University of Mississippi will host the inaugural AmTrykes in Action Race on the UM campus on Thursday, September 10th at 6:00 PM. Participants will race using an AmTryke, a type of […]
The 2015 Summer Assistantship has been awarded to Caitlin Francis, first year M.S. student with a biomechanics emphasis. Caitlin received her Bachelor of science in biology from Radford University in 2012. Her current research focuses on spine biomechanics in both active and sedentary people with different occupational lifestyles. Under assistant professor Dr. Yang-Chieh Fu’s supervision, Francis is […]
On April 12th, 2015 the Rebelman Sprint Triathlon (RMST) has hundreds of participants, running, cycling and swimming on Ole Miss’ campus and throughtout the surrounding Oxford area. With beautiful weather to great participants, the event was successful once again thanks to the efforts of the HESRM students, faculty and associated sponsors. More information and photos to […]
HESRM celebrates the life of Esther Candy Earl Fudge Slay. Esther was a former Faculty member of the Health, Exercise Science and Recreation Management department, serving as an Instructor from 1968-1975. She then became an Associate Professor for the department in 1976 and eventually retired May 12, 1990. We are grateful for her services to both the department […]