We have a lot of great events coming up, including our Academic Advising Days!
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Winter 2020 Academic Advising Day
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
9 a.m. - noon & 1 - 3 p.m.
Ford Fieldhouse Lobby
All students, regardless of major, are welcome to drop-in with no appointment necessary to find out more about classes, programs, graduation, transfer, careers and more! FREE FOOD will be provided!
If you would like to arrange an advising appointment with an Exercise Science faculty member, review the list below and arrange a time that is convenient for you. Advising appointments can include (but are not limited to):
- Reviewing the 2 + 2 articulation agreements that are available
- Understanding the Michigan Transfer Agreement and Associate Degree requirements
- Developing a class schedule, determining a sequence of classes that works for you and registering for classes
- Discussing potential career opportunities that are available with an Exercise Science degree
- Preparing for Graduation
- Discussing professional certifications such as personal training, group fitness instruction, health coaching and more!
American College of Sports Medicine International Health & Fitness Summit
Thursday - Sunday, March 12 - 15, 2020
Location: Atlanta, GA
The Summit is the ONE place exercise professionals explore the full spectrum of the industry – from science to practical application. You have the opportunity to earn Continuing Education Credits by attending the educational sessions. This summit bridges the gap between the science of sports medicine and practice for the exercise professional. Faculty members highlight ways you may apply what you learn to everyday situations.
For more information, visit acsmsummit.org!
ADHD Goes to College
Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Calkins Science Building Room 348
Join GRCC's Exercise is Medicine Team and Exercise Science Department in welcoming Dr. Michael Wolff, Psy.D, ABPdN to campus to explore the biology of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Dr. Wolff's presentation will traverse over the neuroscience of ADHD, discuss how impulsivity, inattention, and hyperactivity can translate into academic, psychological, social, and adjustment difficulties for college students; and offers evidence-based recommendations for college students to manage ADHD.