Adelphi’s Department of Health and Sport Sciences believes that students should be health advocates in the classroom, on the field and in the world. By focusing on health and the whole person, our students learn to enhance the lives of individuals, families and communities. Our department stands by the principle that physical activity benefits should be available to everyone—regardless of background, appearance, belief system or socioeconomic status.

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Submissions from 2017

Combating gender bias, a mediating factor on teacher value orientation, using activity theory, E. Bernstein, S. Phillips, and Kevin Mercier

Three Year Study of Students' Attitudes Toward Physical Education: Grades 4-8, Kevin Mercier, C. Donovan, A. Gibbone, and K. Rozga

Most physically educated contest., Kevin Mercier and T. Howard

Fitness Assessment: Recommendations for an Enjoyable Student Experience., S. R. Phillips, R. Marttinen, and Kevin Mercier

A successful CSPAP in NYC Schools; WITS., W. Siskin and Kevin Mercier

Attitudes matter in physical education, P. R. Subramaniam and Kevin Mercier

Educating future leaders of the sport-based youth development field, M. A. Whitley, J. Bruening, T. Martinek, and K Mercier

Submissions from 2016

Experiences of teacher evaluation systems on highschool physical education programs, S. Phillips, Kevin Mercier, and S. Doolittle

Submissions from 2014

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Both Sides Win: Why Using Mediation Would Improve Pro Sports, Mark Grabowski