A Message from Brother Kimpel BYU-Idaho Department Chair:
"Thank you for your interest in the exercise physiology society at BYU-Idaho. As you involve yourself with the proactive students who participate heavily in the society you will have an unparalleled opportunity to interact with the future leaders in this field. I've been privileged to interact extensively with the exercise physiology society during my time here at BYU-Idaho and I feel that I have had numerous opportunities to improve my learning and increase my scholarship as I have traveled with them on visits to other college campuses, prepared talks for their meetings, and spent time just asking them questions about what they are learning and their opinions about the topics related to exercise.
"I encourage you to immerse yourself as much as possible in their activities and serve in a leadership role if the opportunity presents itself. Your involvement will help you navigate through your degree program, clarify your career goals and prepare you for what you will do after graduation whether you will directly enter the workforce or pursue advanced education. However, I must also mention that the degree to which the society meets your needs is directly related to the amount you are willing to engage. For example, if you would like to see something happening, please get involved and make it happen. The faculty and administration take the collective action of academic societies seriously, so please contribute to the effort and we will do what we can to support you!"
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The purpose of the Exercise Physiology Society is to assist in student learning by helping prepare, mentor, and seek out opportunities for future careers and jobs within the field of exercise physiology.
1. We allow for opportunities for students to become better acquainted with the career opportunities in this area of study.
2. We provide mentorship to students seeking help and direction when applying for graduate programs.
3. We help students explore research opportunities.
& Contact Information
President: Morgan Steiner
Vice President: Tony Heath
Coordinator: Yilin Wu
email@example.com -for questions concerning upcoming events, conferences, and for universities wishing to present
Secretary: Jennifer Draper
firstname.lastname@example.org - for questions about membership records and to join the society
Treasurer: Vanessa Andazola
email@example.com - for questions regarding accurate charges to your account and to join the society
Other Society Leadership
Faculty Advisor: Lexi Gidley
BYU - Idaho Health Proffesions: http://www.byui.edu/academic-discovery-center/health-professions
BYU - Idaho Exercise Physiology Majors: http://www.byui.edu/academic-discovery-center/students/career-and-major-exploration/major-to-career/exercise-physiology
BYU - Idaho Wellness Center: http://www.byui.edu/wellness-center
US Bureau of Labor Statistics: http://www.bls.gov/ for information on thousands of career options
American College of Sports Medicine: Northwest Homepage - http://acsmnorthwest.org/
National Strength and Conditioning Association: http://www.acsm.org/
National Athletic Training Association: http://www.nata.org/
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last updated on October 27, 2017