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Ingraham to participate in local and national activities this fall

IngrahamS-2011.jpgDr. Stacy Ingraham, Kinesiology lecturer in exercise physiology, will have a busy fall semester.

Ingraham has been invited to lead a discussion on "Experience-Based Approaches to Teaching Fitness and Wellness" at the McGraw-Hill National Symposium in New York on September 22 and 23. In addition, she has been selected to serve on the Wellness Advocacy Working Group, a national organization whose goal is to initiate significant advocacy efforts that will create change in attitudes and support for college and university wellness and physical activity programs. McGraw-Hill Education's executive editor is serving in an advisory position and the group is supported in part by McGraw-Hill's Health and Human Performance editorial group.

On October 29, Ingraham will speak at the Minnesota State High School Wrestling Coaches Association Conference in Elk River, Minnesota. Her topic is, "Nutritional Considerations for Athletes: Optimizing Performance."


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