A Lifetime of Leadership
Dean Dana Brooks' 41-year legacy.
On the cutting edge
Hands on learning and collaborations promote health and wellness.
Kick-starting social change
Concerns about women’s empowerment are a major public health and policy issue around the world. Using the sport of soccer as a catalyst for leadership development, a group of WVU researchers aims to change all that.
A New Cast
In a small river town in West Virginia, one CPASS alum and her partner are carving out a business that caters to more than just your typical angler.
Innovation at work
New and ongoing partnerships enhance efforts to help promote wellness for individuals with disabilities.
Overcoming injury through the mind
Student-athletes face a multitude of challenges in overcoming injuries. In attempting to achieve recovery and return to the field or court, athletes often rely on physical and psychological techniques. Damien Clement, associate professor, sport, exercise and performance psychology and athletic training, strongly supports the utilization of sport psychology techniques in preparing for the athlete’s return to competition.
Expanding active learning
CPASS and WestVirginia University as a whole have always had a commitment to innovative, hands-on education. Now, thanks to a grant award from Steelcase Education, CPASS will be able to expand our offerings with an active learning classroom that will support instructors and students by creating an environment that encourages engagement,collaboration and creativity.