The mission of the Morehead State University Exercise Science Club is to provide opportunities for all members to exhibit/develop professional characteristics and qualities necessary to make positive societal change agents in the profession. Among the many qualities, integrity and leadership in the field are routinely expressed.
To advocate the fields of Exercise Science and undergraduate research
To provide service opportunities for students, the university, the community, and the profession
To promote unity among/between Exercise Science majors, faculty, and the community
To offer support and encouragement to undergraduates academic
To orchestrate routine informational meetings and events
Open to any full-time student of MSU regardless of major or rank. Club fees are $15 per academic year. Membership fee includes participation in all club activities and events, plus an EESC T-shirt. Contact Mark Deaton: email@example.com or come to a meeting to join. Meetings are held the 3rd Thursday of each month (Sept. Oct. Nov.; Feb. March, April) in LHB room 213 @ 6:30.
Pay (submission) of annual dues
Attendance of at least 4 (50%) meetings/events during the academic year
Volunteering/participation in activities and events
Professional conduct at all times/representing club and university
Undergraduate research opportunities
Mark Deaton, Exercise Science assistant professor appointed by the Department of Health, Wellness & Human Performance History:
The Exercise Science Club (EESC) is a student organization instated/established in 2009 by undergraduates who plan on pursuing careers in Exercise Science related fields. The goal of the club is to provide resources and opportunities that introduce students to human sciences and professional organizations. In addition, the club seeks to help its members become the most qualified applicants for careers, graduate, and medical programs; Encourage community involvement and to present members with opportunities to serve by volunteering within the community.
The EESC has had the honor to raise over $6000 for ALS in the Spring of 2010. We assisted in the creation of “Brad’s 5K Run” that was a great community event and fun to organize.
Also in 2010, club members attended:
the ACSM’s South East conference,
Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Convention,
the Arnold’s Classic in Columbus, OH.,
MSU’s celebration of student scholarship, and
Demonstrated Fitness and Flexibility techniques to seniors within the local community.
Meet once per calendar month throughout the academic year (Sept., Oct. Nov., Feb., March, April). Meetings will be held in Room 213 of the Laughlin Health Bldg the third Thursday of each month at 6:30pm. Members must attend 4 (50%) of the meetings/events per academic year to remain active.
All members of the MSU Eagle Exercise Science Club will conduct themselves in a manner that represents the organization, department,
and university in a professional manner. Failure to comply will result in membership being revoked and all privileges and dues paid forfeited for the remainder of the academic year.