Equipped with a 52-seat computer-based classroom and anatomical dissection software on each computer, this lab is used for studying anatomy, athletic training, and other exercise science-related courses.
This education and research laboratory, located in 254 McCormick, is for the Undergraduate and Graduate Athletic Training Education Programs. The lab contains 16 treatment tables, 12 taping stations, 3 mat platforms, a hydrotherapy area, and numerous state of the art therapeutic modalities. For more information concerning the courses taught and research conducted in the Athletic Training Laboratory, please visit the Athletic Training homepage.
This 30 seat classroom, located in 254C McCormick, is used primarily by the Undergraduate and Graduate Athletic Training Education Programs. For more information concerning the courses taught in the Athletic Training Classroom, please visit the Athletic Training homepage.
This lab is located in 185C McCormick. It is used for research and laboratory experiences by graduate and undergraduate students. Human movement can be analyzed based on anatomical and mechanical principles using a high-speed video analysis system and force-platform technology with a focus on injury prevention and skill enhancement in athletics and the workplace.
This is one of 5 classrooms.
This 30 seat classroom, located in 177C McCormick, is for the Exercise Science Program.
This lab, located in 177 McCormick, is utilized as a classroom for school fitness classes, majors' classes learning exercise testing techniques, a training facility for individual personal fitness and the University Employee Wellness Program, and serves as a lab for graduate faculty research.
This instructional gymnasium, located in 252 McCormick, is used primarly by Physical Education Teacher Education faculty and students to put theory into practice.
The Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity Laboratory Suite is comprised of three purpose built areas, including a laboratory, a conference room, and a consultation room. The lab suite is used to conduct research on the role of psychological factors in explaining human motivation, performance, learning, and physical activity behavior, and to provide mental skills consultations to athletes. The laboratory itself contains a variety of equipment for studying movement learning, including a golf swing analyzer and hitting cage, a putting surface, stabilometers, linear movement apparatus, pedalos, reaction timers, and other similar items
This lab, located in rooms 177D and 177F McCormick, has a computer-interfaced metabolic cart and a bioelectric-impedance analysis system, an underwater weighing system, lactate analyzer, testing-cycle ergometer, testing treadmills, and other cardiorespiratory and handheld measurement instruments.