Meghan Halbrook

Women in Sports: Summer Research examines gender discrepancies in grad school, athletic careers

Sport and exercise studies professor Meghan Halbrook and Taylor Craft '20

As more females become referees and assistant coaches in the NFL, NBA, and other traditionally male-dominated organizations, it would appear that gender equity in sports is improving. However, Meghan Halbrook, a sport and exercise studies professor at Randolph, believes there is much more work to be done. This summer, she is teaming up with Taylor... READ MORE >>

Major Growth: Sport and exercise studies major with liberal arts approach sees marked growth

Professor Carolyn Sarson’s Kinesiology class

Kinesiology is one of sport and exercise studies professor Carolyn Sarson’s favorite classes to teach. She’s even been known to spontaneously break into song and dance, like in a class last fall when she performed The Supremes’s “Stop in the Name of Love” to demonstrate movement using the shoulder girdle and scapula. The class is... READ MORE >>

Halbrook brings sports psychology expertise to sport and exercise program

Meghan Halbrook

While she was in Lynchburg interviewing for a sport and exercise studies professor position, Meghan Halbrook stopped by the Lynchburg Humane Society. She told the staff there that if she got the job at Randolph, she would adopt a dog. Now just a few months later, she is settling into her new role and is... READ MORE >>