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This is a place where unexpected things happen. A place where students learn and work in an interdisciplinary environment, collaborating on research, care simulations and community outreach. This is a place where students from the School of Nursing engage in health emergency simulations alongside medical school students; where exercise physiology students work alongside physical therapy students in our WellWorks fitness center; and where undergraduate students in Communication Sciences and Disorders partner with research assistants in the Speech Processing Laboratory. It’s a place where RN to BSN nursing students and health administrators can earn degrees online through a high-tech program yet still strengthen their passion for personal and proactive care. This is where purposeful lives and brilliant careers begin. Where everything connects.

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Human performance track debuts at Ohio University

Ohio University's new exercise physiology track will prepare students for numerous career paths

One of Ohio University’s newest academic programs within the College of Health Sciences and Professions (CHSP) has also developed one of more unique exercise physiology curriculums when compared to its national peers.

CHSP’s Human Performance track, part of its Master of Science in Exercise Physiology program within the School of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness, is a new summer-to-summer, 34-hour program that will prepare students for a variety of possible careers, including strength and conditioning for sports and tactical populations, sports analytics, coaching, sport technology, performance equipment sales and more.

The program, which prides itself on bridging the gap between classroom knowledge and meaningful professional application, is especially unique because of its targeted focus on human performance.

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Tiffany Arnold

Dr. Tiffany Arnold

Dr. Tiffany Arnold is an assistant professor of instruction in the College of Health Sciences and Professions. Her research and professional interests include Appalachian Cultural Competency development in healthcare professionals and the impact of culture on decision-making for low-income Appalachian youth.

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