Our Health and Kinesiology faculty value:
The real and potential contribution human movement makes to the education and personal enrichment of our campus and community.
The positive contribution that human movement can make to the fitness, recreation, healthy lifestyles and quality of life of all citizens regardless of age, gender, or limitations due to physical or mental disabilities.
The study of human movement as an art and a medium for the common expression of human beings.
The important role of science and its applications to the study of wellness and human movement.
A dynamic, contemporary academic and skill program educating for healthy choices including a physically active lifestyle.
Excellence in teaching and curricular programs consistent with the current body of knowledge.
A diverse faculty who work cohesively toward the program, division and college mission, goals and objectives.
The conduct of scholarship and intellectual inquiry that is focused and meaningful to our disciplines.
Professionally productive faculty who embrace ethical and moral behavior.
Faculty participation in academic and professional organizations and interaction with scholars and leaders at the local, state, national and international levels.
A faculty who remains aware of our student population and work well in a dynamic, ever-changing world to fulfill the needs of our students and our community.
The recruitment and mentoring of students who show promise for the successful pursuit of graduate study and other scholarly applications of the body of knowledge related to wellness and human movement.
The recruitment and retention of quality students who will fulfill the roles of competent citizens who will be effective in a variety of professions including education, business, industrial, recreational and health care settings.