College of Health Sciences and Professions
Grove Center E317
Roger Gilders, Director
Jane Boney, Administrative Associate
The mission of the School of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness is to provide distinctive programs that integrate theory, research, and practice. Our programs foster the development of successful graduates that enhance health, wellness, and quality of life through prevention, assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation.
Applied Nutrition (BS6470)
Athletic Training Major (B.S.A.T.) (BS8117)
Exercise Physiology Major (B.S.P.Ex.) (BS8122)
Nutrition Major (B.S.F.N.S.) (BS6472)
Applied Nutrition Minor (OR6360)
Diabetes Certificate Program (CTDIAB)
Exercise Physiology Club
The purpose of the Exercise Physiology Club is to educate its members on the field of exercise physiology and to perform charitable events.
Advisor: Michael Clevidence, email@example.com
Student Athletic Training Club
The purpose of Student Athletic Training Club is to help promote the profession of Athletic Training. This task will be completed through education, community service, building professional relationships with social events, and professional development within state, regional, and national AT organizations.
Advisor: Kayla Shinew, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ohio University Student Dietetic and Nutrition Science Association
The purpose of OUSDNSA is to help promote nutrition awareness throughout campus and surrounding communities by providing service for nutrition-related activities; to provide information to all interested students about the dietetic profession; and to encourage professional development among members.
Co-Advisor: David Holben, email@example.com