Megan Granquist, associate professor of kinesiology and director of the athletic training program, discussed “Psychosocial Strategies for Athletic Training” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
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Head softball coach Julie Smith and Paul Alvarez, director of the Athletic Training Education Program, spoke at the International Studies Institute’s Hot Spots lecture Thursday about the affect of politics upon international sports.
Assistant professors of movement and sports science Sarah Dunn and Megan Granquist discussed their research, “The Effects of Relaxation Training on Stress Indicators in Trained and Untrained Individuals” during Monday’s faculty.
Junior Jessica Gerard stops by to get a massage from Ariel Guldstrand, a junior athletic training major, outside the Athletic Pavilion on Tuesday.
Megan Granquist, assistant professor of movement and sports science, talks about her hectic cross-country education, her obsession with sports psychology and how she enjoys to play sports, but is not very good at them.
The gun went off on Saturday morning at Sneaky park and students, faculty and members of the community headed down D Street, for the 5k Community Fun Run, put on by the University’s athletic training education program.
Paul Alvarez has been an athletic trainer and professor at the University of La Verne for 24 years. He is currently the chairman of the Movement and Sports Science Department. He sat down to discuss his experience at the 2010 World University Games in Belgrade, Serbia, and his time at La Verne.
Marilyn Oliver, professor of movement and sports science, presented her lecture “A Sabbatical Saga: Frustrating, Formative, Fulfilling (and Dartfish Thrown in for Fun)” on Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
Paul Alvarez, professor of movement and sports science, talked about the perception other countries have of the United States and how it affected him when he was in Serbia this summer for Universiade.
The athletic training education program recently received a renewal of its national accreditation for an additional 10 years.