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HEP faculty honored at 2013 NCAAHPERD

Michele Wallen and Jamie Williams were honored at the 65th Annual North Carolina Alliance for Athletics, Health, Physical Education Recreation and Dance Convention

ECU professor honored by Texas A&M University

Dr. Melanie Sartore-Baldwin was named the 2013 Outstanding Alumni (Early Career) by Texas A&M University Oct. 25 at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center.

Real world experience enhances teaching qualitative research

Dr. Sharon Knight aims to help students navigate through the research process by applying her own unique real world experience.

ECU professor raises mosquitoes for disease research

Richards, assistant professor in HEP, is trying to determine what makes one mosquito a better vector for virus transmission than another.

ECU researchers uncover secrets related to fat, estrogen

Research by an East Carolina University professor and co-authors could generate ideas on how fat interacts with estrogen to cause problem weight gain in women.

ECU helps Roanoke River towns share, market assets

Faculty and graduate students in the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies help small communities band together to market their resources.

ECU ranked top producer of recreational therapists

East Carolina University's recreational therapy program has been ranked the largest producer of certified therapeutic recreation specialists in the NC system.

Skalko develops South Africa's first recreational therapy degree

Dr. Thom Skalko is extending the university mission of service to South Africa, where he's collaborating on a project that will create new jobs and enhance quality of life.

Assistant professor in Kinesiology named NASSM research fellow

Dr. Stacy Warner, assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology, was named a research fellow of the North American Society for Sport Management.

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Basic Retraining
Basic Retraining
ECU is using biofeedback and psychophysiology to help America's wounded warriors heal the emotional wounds of war.
Mind Games
Mind Games
The brain is a muscle so sport psychologists train athletes to exercise it the same as their abs, delts, and pecs. Here are their workout tips on how you can too.
Memorial Walk
Memorial Walk
Be among the first to purchase a personalized commemorative brick in honor of any veteran service of East Carolina University’s faculty, staff, students, or friends.
HHP Fact Sheet
HHP Fact Sheet
Discover fast facts and accolades in teaching, research, and service.

The mission of the College of Health and Human Performance is to improve health, well-being, and quality of life.  By providing instruction, conducting research, and performing service in health, exercise science, recreation, and leisure, the college strives to advance and disseminate knowledge concerning enhancement of health, physical performance, and quality of life of individuals and communities, particularly those is eastern North Carolina.

Our faculty offer undergraduate and graduate degrees in the areas of Kinesiology, Health Education and Promotion, and Recreation and Leisure Studies. The college is also home to the Air Force and Army ROTC programs which offer minors that can be combined with other degrees on campus.

" To discover, educate, and motivate for a healthy tomorrow."

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