• The committee’s research shows following a plan can lead to changes in lifestyle and health. The following are viewed as advantages this type of change may invoke:

    • Increased awareness of the relationship between lifestyle and good health
    • A reduction in work absences
    • A savings in medical insurance costs which may lead to reduced premiums
    • A reduction in diseases and early deaths

    Go forth and conquer and live well. “But you will not leave in haste or go in flight; for the Lord will go before you, the God of Israel will be your rear guard.” Isaiah 52:12


    Kevin Hudson,
    Director of Campus Recreation
    Dr. Mikaele Iosia,
    Associate Professor of Exercise Physiology
    Dr. DeWayne Knight,
    Associate Professor of Athletic Training
    Dr. Kelly Lumpkin,
    Assistant Professor of Athletic Training
    Ann McElrath,
    Director of Human Resources
    Mickey Moore,
    Director of University Health Clinic
    Dr. Mark Wickam,
    Professor of Health and Exercise Science
    Christy Dale,
    Employee Benefits Coordinator