School of Human Performance and Leisure Sciences News and Events

 
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Be part of the latest research study in podiatry and exercise science

The Motion Analysis Center Lab (MAC-Lab), a new state-of-the-art research center operated jointly by the School of Human Performance and Leisure Sciences and the School of Podiatric Medicine, is recruiting people to participate in a research project called the Total Contact Cast Study. This study will compare four total contact cast systems...  read more

Barry alumnus earns American Business Award for marketing

The American Business Awards announced the winners of their 2014 Stevie Awards on June 13 at the Fairmont Millennium Park Hotel in Chicago at the first of two banquets. Barry University alumnus and Alumni Board of Directors member Alex Hannett was among the finalists for Marketer of the Year and earned a Bronze Stevie Award. Since 2002, the Stevie...  read more

Barry University Sport Management alumnus works as coordinator for Miami Marlins and pays it forward to Barry Sport Management students

As an undergraduate at Barry University, Jason Golden secured his first internship by attending the Sport Management program's annual career fair hosted by Barry's School of Human Performance and Leisure Sciences. Today, the Barry alumnus, who works as a coordinator for Corporate Partnerships at the Miami Marlins, has traded places to pay it...  read more

HPLS faculty and students hit the beach for annual coastline cleanup

On Saturday, March 16, faculty and students from Barry's School of Human Performance Science and Leisure Sciences hit the beach for the kickoff of Miami-Dade County's annual Baynanza event. Hosted throughout March and April each year, Baynanza is a way of celebrating one of South Florida's most precious natural resources, Biscayne Bay. The...  read more

HPLS adds new degree program in Applied Sport and Exercise Science

The Barry University School of Human Performance and Leisure Sciences is pleased to announce the addition of a new degree program with a foundation in movement science. The Bachelor of Science program in Applied Sport and Exercise Sciences (SESA) will prepare interested students for multiple career options in the fields of sport, exercise, and...  read more

Wellness Day 2014

Wellness Day 2014 On February 26, 2014 the Wellness Initiative Network (WIN) celebrated its 14th Annual Wellness Day. Held each year in the spring semester, Wellness Day was developed in association with the Department of Campus Recreation & Wellness (CRW) and is meant to acknowledge the eight dimensions of well-being: emotional, financial,...  read more

BUCkids Camp 2014

Get ready for another exciting year of BUCkids Summer Camp at Barry University. BUCkids Summer Camp is an eight week camp that features structured physical activities, arts & crafts, computer time, dance, instructional and recreational swim time, and special field trips. Both weekly and daily rates are available. Four, six, and eight week...  read more

HPLS announces spring 2014 recipients of the Aloysius and Lillian Kluka International Leadership Fellowship

HPLS announces spring 2014 recipients of the Aloysius and Lillian Kluka International Leadership Fellowship The School of Human Performance and Leisure Sciences is pleased to announce the spring 2014 recipients of the Aloysius and Lillian Kluka International Leadership Fellowship. Founded in 2012, the Kluka fellowship is awarded twice annually to...  read more

HPLS adds new major in Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology

The Barry University School of Human Performance and Leisure Sciences is pleased to announce the addition of its newest degree program – The Bachelor of Science in Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology. If you are interested in combining your passion for sports, exercise and/or performance with an interest in psychology or business,...  read more

Are you interested in training people & helping them maintain a healthy lifestyle?

The Sport and Exercise Sciences department is offering a course for the Fall semester that helps prepare you to be a Personal Trainer. It will give you a basic understanding of physiological changes occurring during exercise training and will prepare you to attempt Personal Training certification exams. Principles of Personal Training provides an...  read more

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