Health and Human Performance Department

Professor Receives National Honor for Service to Athletic Training


Nebraska Wesleyan University professor Mark Stutz has been selected to receive an Athletic Trainer Service Award from the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA).

Students Spend Winter Break Learning History, Culture of Australia


While temperatures in Nebraska reached record-breaking lows in early January, 14 Nebraska Wesleyan University students experienced a different kind of extreme.

Students Explore History, Culture and Sport of Australia


Australia isn’t just about koala bears and kangaroos as a group of Nebraska Wesleyan University students learned firsthand this summer.

NWU Alum's Film Selected for 2011 Local Filmmakers Showcase


A Nebraska Wesleyan University alum's film about mental illness has been selected for the 2011 Local Filmmakers Showcase.

Cornhusker State Games Provides Learning Opportunities for NWU Students


Nebraska Wesleyan University students Raven Shirley and Nick Lee are passionate about sports so when two internships to help coordinate the state’s largest amateur sports festival became available, they eagerly jumped at the opportunity.

Panel Will Address Sports-Related Brain Injuries


Three experts on sports-related brain injuries will share the latest research as well as personal stories at an upcoming Nebraska Wesleyan University panel discussion.

NWU Alum's Undergrad Research Getting National Attention


It started out as a way to fill a few remaining credit hours required for her exercise science degree. Now Tamra (Trehearn) Llewellyn’s research project is being discussed by running experts across the country.