This webinar is an overview of the Health and Human Performance doctorate program, including the online format, financial aid options, faculty members, career outcomes, and the online dissertation process. This webinar is a great opportunity for those interested in joining the program to learn more and have any questions answered by expert faculty and enrollment specialists.
Concordia University Chicago’s health and human performance interdisciplinary doctoral degree program is designed to prepare students to pursue academic, clinical, leadership, and research roles in the fields of health promotion, exercise science, kinesiology, human performance and other related disciplines.
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About our Presenter
Dr. Kristen Snyman is an Assistant Professor of Health and Human Performance and doctoral program coordinator at Concordia University, Chicago. She earned her PhD in Exercise Physiology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, MSc in Kinesiology at California State University-Fullerton, and is a certified strength & conditioning specialist.
Her research involves physiological mediators of the perception of effort, neuromuscular adaptations to exercise, and ergogenic aids.
She is an active member of the NSCA, a former member of the NSCA research committee (2017-2020), and a current member of the NSCA Foundation Board of Directors (2021 – 2023).
Dr. Snyman typically teaches in the areas of neuromuscular physiology, exercise physiology, and strength and conditioning.