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              Gonzalo Bravo stands next to a sign at the Pan American Games and points to the West Virginia University logo.

Gonzalo Bravo: Reflections from sabbatical

Tuesday, February 27, 2024

The following is an essay by Gonzalo Bravo , a professor of sport management at West Virginia University, about his recent sabbatical to his native country, Chile, for the Pan American and Parapan American Games last fall. The essay provides a brief history of the often-overlooked competitions and the impact that the games have on athletes, nations, and the host country. He also shares the challenges and experiences of collecting data for upcoming research projects, his volunteer experience at the games, and the personal and professional rewards from the unique sabbatical experience.

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              A student wearing a blue gi practices jiu-jitsu moves on another student.

WVU School of Sport Sciences helps launch martial arts program for individuals with disabilities

Wednesday, February 14, 2024

West Virginia University’s Sport, Exercise and Performance Psychology program has partnered with local organizations to launch a martial arts program for individuals with intellectual and neurodevelopmental disabilities. (FULL PHOTO GALLERY)

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              Peter McGahey speaks to class holding a pen.

McGahey named assistant coach for U.S. Power Soccer National Team

Wednesday, February 07, 2024

Peter McGahey, teaching assistant professor at West Virginia University, has been named as an assistant coach for the United States Power Soccer National Team. He is one of two assistants under the direction of head coach Tracy Mayer.

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              Gage Smith stands for a photo in the Applied Human Sciences Building with a water tower in the background.

Smith overcomes long odds to thrive at WVU

Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Nothing was ever going to come easy for Gage Smith.

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