While James Turner earned a Mechanical Engineering degree from NC State, he discovered his passion for the outdoors in a basic rock climbing class, HESO 258.
On March 15th, 10 students and two Health and Exercise Studies Outdoor Leadership faculty left bright and early for the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
The Department of Health and Exercise Studies (HES) encourages each student at North Carolina State University to take eight physical activity courses before graduation.
Joy Kagendo, a Health and Exercise Studies professor, is originally from Kenya and came to the United States to further her education.
Dance faculty members from Health and Exercise Studies and Arts NC State join forces to present an evening of choreography surrounded by Vernon Pratt’s artwork.
Paul Powers attended the Titleist Performance Institute Level 1 seminar in Oceanside, CA held April 27-28, 2018.
3D Archery is similar to golf in that archers walk a course in fields and/or woods and shoot from marked spots.
When Taylor entered NC State University in 2015, he weighed about 280 pounds. Now, Taylor weighs in at 190. Find out how he did it.
Peter Koutroumpis has taught Fitness Walking (HESF 102) for almost five years at NC State University. Students from the 2018 Fall Semester enjoyed their time in the course and learned a lot about the proper form to walking.
As coordinator of the Dance Minor in Health and Exercise Studies, it is not unusual for Autumn Mist Belk to be dancing throughout the academic year; however, over the summer she took the opportunity to