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Fred Miller - 32Team: Basketball
Brittany Starling - 34Team: Basketball
On evenings that the library is open until 2:00 a.m., circulation, reference and computer lab services end at 10:00 p.m. Holiday, interim and summer hours vary.
The Physical Education program collaborates with several other units on campus to access a variety of spaces for learning and research.
Faculty offices are located in the School of Education in the recently completed Health Education Complex, which also contains the Wellness Center (including the gym and the pool), and Human Performance Laboratory. Class-rooms are technologically advanced, with full audio-visual capabilities and Promethean smart boards.
The newly renovated Hodge Building contains the Human Performance Center, a state of the art sport-specific training center that functions as the locus of activity for athletes in training and an ideal location for hands-on experiences for Exercise and Sport Science students.
The Human Performance Laboratory includes equipment to assess
a wide range of metabolic, respiratory and cardiovascular variables, such as VO2max, electromyography, electro-cardiography, pulmonary function, and blood lactate analysis, with results displayed in real time on a 55" LCD screen. The department also operates a high-speed motion capture system for biomechanical analysis of sport movements. Additional space is set aside for basic fitness testing (including % fat, cardiovascular endurance, flexibility and basic muscular endurance), and is available to students, faculty, and staff on an on-demand basis.
Teacher Education candidates also spread out across the county, observing PE classes and completing student teaching experiences in Spartanburg school districts 1-7 and the McCarthy Teszler school.
Dr. Ben SnyderProgram CoordinatorExercise and Sports Science DirectorPhone: 864-503-5528Fax: 864-503-5574
Dr. Jim KamlaPhysical Education Teacher Education DirectorPhone: 864-503-5851Fax: 864-503-5574
School of Education800 University WaySpartanburg, SC 29303Faculty/Staff Directory
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