Kyle Momsen, Director of ATEP, traveled to France, Russia, South Korea, and Cuba with the U.S. Fencing team during the 2012 season.
Kyle Momsen and Mary Joos, Department of Health and Exercise Science, sponsored three athletic training students who competed in the Student Quiz Bowl at the Minnesota Athletic Trainers’ Association Student Symposium. The team did very well, finishing in third place.
Kyle Momsen, Director of ATEP, and Mary Joos, Clinical Education Coordinator for ATEP, were notified May 2012 that the Athletic Training Education Program at Gustavus received full reaccreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) with the next review scheduled for 2020-2021.
Dr. Aaron Banks and Bonnie Reimann, Department of Health and Exercise Science, team-teach a January Term course every other year that focuses on Olympic Quest. They have taken students to Western Europe and during January 2012, the students in this January Term course spent the majority of time in China and England. During January 2013, […]
Dr. Stephanie Otto, Department of Health and Exercise Science, mentored two student research projects: The Physical and Psychological Effects of Music During the Bench Press Exercise (Hunt and Houg) was presented at the NCUR in Ogden, Utah, 2012. Effects of Stretching on the Velocity of a Maximum Effort Soccer Ball Kick (Atz and Yang) was […]
Two abstracts submitted by Dr. Stephanie Otto, Department of Health and Exercise Science, have been accepted for publication and presentation at the 59th Annual Meeting and 3rd World Congress on Exercise is Medicine of the American College of Sports Medicine being held at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco, California, May 29- June 2, 2012: The “Effect Of […]
Dr. Stephanie Otto, Department of Health and Exercise Science, published an article titled: Daily Physical Activity and Bone Health Among High School Students, International Journal of Sports Sciences and Fitness, 2(1), 2012.
Kyle Momsen, Director of ATEP at Gustavus, serves on the Board of Certification Exam Development Committee, Minnesota Athletic Trainers Association Governmental Affairs Committee, and the United States Fencing Association Sports Medicine Staff.
Kyle Momsen and Dr. Kent Kalm, Department of Health and Exercise Science, mentored a student research project titled, Biomechanical gait differences between swimmers and runners (D. Arnold).
Kyle Momsen, Department of Health and Exercise Science, mentored a student research project titled, Can imagery increase sprint performance (K. Stafford).