Archive: September 2016
“[I received an] advanced education in health science and human performance and outstanding preparation for careers above and beyond that of peers from other colleges.”
“Compared to the seven other exercise physiologists, I was more qualified and more prepared, and three of those employees had an M.S. in exercise physiology. Ithaca College prepared me with four...
Athletic Training Club
The Ithaca Athletic Training Students Association had a busy year. It began with the welcome back BBQ in September 2015, followed by October’s pumpkin carving contest (which the senior class won). In December we held a Yogurtland fundraiser. In January we sent 18 senior and junior students to the Eastern Athletic Training Conference in...
After serving for four years in the U.S. Marine Corps, Cody decided to pursue a college degree. He decided to apply to Ithaca College in part because he had grown up north of Ithaca. Originally an exercise science major, Cody switched to the clinical exercise science track to learn more about strength and conditioning.
Cody made the most of his time in the program and at the college...
Dean's Award: This award is given to a student with the highest gpa in the department.
Laurel Shnider- Exercise Science
The Professional Excellence Award: The Professional Excellence Award is given to students in each major within the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences who, through their studies, curricular, and...
Strength and conditioning (S&C) is an expanding field and a new academic program. Any exercise science major can register in the S&C program and gain access to concentration courses focusing on theoretical knowledge and practical skill development. This program was chosen as a model for the Integrated Learning Project (ILP) because it brings together many important core values while...
Following my time at Ithaca College, I attended an intensive one-year master of education program at the University of Virginia. After receiving my degree, I accepted a position as an assistant athletic trainer at Occidental College in Los Angeles, California. After 1½ years of caring for injured athletes, I recognized my passion for the educational and research aspect of the field...
Courses currently teaching:
- Application of Strength and Conditioning Principles
- Exercise Techniques
- Biomechanics of Human Movement
- Community Service in Exercise and Sport Science
- Foundations of Strength and Conditioning
- S&C Practicum I
- S&C Practicum...