Health and Human Performance Department

Athletic training students showcase expertise


Ten athletic training students were recently chosen to speak at the Mid-America Athletic Trainer Association (MAATA) conference in Omaha. This was the first time at Nebraska Wesleyan that all students who submitted a proposal for the conference were accepted to present - showcasing the academic excellence and hard work of the Athletic Training program and its students. 

Senior Discovers Importance of Creativity at Biomedical Engineering Research Internship

This summer Baker, an exercise science and psychology major from Falls City, Neb., was accepted to the University of Minnesota’s Life Sciences Summer Undergraduate Research Program (LSSURP) where he conducted research for the Department of Biomedical Engineering.

Get to Know: Mark Stutz, Assistant Professor of Health and Human Performance, Director of Athletic Training Program


Sports have always played an integral part in Mark Stutz’s life. The passionate Denver Broncos football fan recently settled in at Nebraska Wesleyan University and has now added the Prairie Wolves to his list of favorite teams.