The School of Physical Education, Sport, and Exercise Science’s impact extends far beyond campus. Our professors and graduates are making headlines throughout the world. Keep up with the latest SPESES news and events below. Contact us with your latest professional accomplishments.
10/11/13: The Ball State Sport Administration program hosted the Chase Charle race again this year on Family Weekend 2013. The event raised $2,000 for the Sport Administration Fund for Excellence. This money will cover sending two students to the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs for the U.S. Olympic Committee internship recruitment fair and will contribute to other professional development for students. The event included over 70 volunteers from Sport Administration and Athletic Training combined. AT covered the medical staff for the event for the first time in Chase Charlie history. The 5k included 239 participants, the Kiddie 100 on the field at half time included 202. For the boys' mile mania, we had to use photo finish to determine the winner. Thanks for the support!
11/15/12: Community Advocacy Presentations Brochure -- Presentations coming in December.
10/1/12: The Ball State Sport Administration program hosted the twelfth annual Chase Charle Races on Family Weekend 2012. The event drew a record 715 participants and raised $2,000 for the Sport Administration Fund for Excellence. Read the Ball State Daily News article about the Sport administration students organizing the event, and the article recapping the day's events.
7/30/12: Kyle Ward, Graduate of the Sport Administration program at Ball State University is working for the Pacers.
7-11-12: The School of Physical Education, Sports, and Exercise Science master's degreee program made the recent national "Best Buy" list for their Master's in Physical Education - Coaching, by GetEducated.com, a consumer advocacy group for online education.
Physical education professor aids Joplin, Missouri, school in tornado relief Indiana college students traveled nine hours and collected hundreds of items to support this tornado damaged school.
Potato chips bad, green beans good! Aspiring health and physical fitness educator Katie Gallagher aims to get youngsters to embrace an active lifestyle and consume healthy foods by making it fun.
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