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On a Roll! Sport management major Melissa Weymouth '00, director of Beach & National Team Events & Sponsorship at USA Volleyball, returned to campus for the first time since graduating to present at the 26th Annual Exercise and Sport Sciences & Athletics Symposium.The three-time letter winner and Colby-Sawyer Athletic Hall of Fame member also took time to connect with current students at a small Q&A gathering. #alwaysacharger #comeback #giveback @usavolleyball
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Professor and Chair, Exercise & Sport Sciences
The college’s Annual Exercise and Sport Sciences and Athletics Symposium brings industry experts right to campus. Hear from specialists in concussion, youth sports, movement technology, nutrition and health behavior, then network with sport science professionals, athletic directors, coaches and students from across New England.
Adam Naylor, Ed.D, CC-AASP
Player Development Consultant at Telos Sport Psychology Coaching and Clinical Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology at Boston University
Bill Ito, M.S.
Head Athletic Trainer at Mount San Antonio College and USA Track & Field National Team Medical Staff
Melissa Weymouth '00, M.A.
Director of Beach and National Team Events and Sponsorship for USA Volleyball
Rick Howard, M.Ed., CSCS, *D, USAW
National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) mid-Atlantic coordinator and chair of the NSCA State and Provincial Director Program
Thomas Rowland, M.D.
Director of pediatric cardiology at the Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Mass.
Kristen Dieffenbach, Ph.D
President of the United States Center for Coaching Excellence and member of the Association of Applied Sport Psychology executive board
Laura Moretti M.S., R.D., CSSD, LDN
Clinical nutrition specialist, Division of Sports Medicine, Boston Children’s Hospital Female Athlete Program
Sportscaster and former Division I goalie for Brown University
Christopher M. Proulx
Clinical consultant, physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist at DJO Global
Robin S. Vealey, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Kinesiology and Health, Miami University (OH)