Converting Passion for Sports and Athletics Into a Career Path, with Riley Dalrymple – Podcast
B.S in Exercise Student and Life University (Life U) Women’s Wrestler Riley Dalrymple discusses the recruitment process that led her to come to Life U as a student-athlete, as well as her opportunities to learn how to apply her interests in sports and athletics through her degree program, her favorite courses, as well as various work opportunities on and off campus to hone her skills.
Faces of LIFE- Dr. Kiki Ramsey
Dr. Kiki Ramsey graduated from the Master’s in Positive Psychology program at Life University (Life U) in 2016. She has since garnered a Ph.D. in Business Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology at their District of Colombia (D.C.) campus and is currently living with her husband Dr. Jamil Ramsey in Atlanta, Georgia.
Training the Trainer, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Coaching- Research Series
Dr. Maria Benzo’s research project involves creating an online training program for health coaches to help their Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) patients cope with their disease, using positive psychology techniques.
Faces of LIFE- Brad Walker
D.C student, Former Olympic Track & Field Athlete (Pole Vault) and Current Coach “Chiropractic, Coaching and the Olympics” Brad Walker moved around a good bit growing up, but he considers Spokane, Washington home. Walker attended the University of Washington for his undergraduate degree, which is…
Faces of LIFE- Coach Tony Annan
Native of Newcastle, England, Coach Tony Annan lives in Columbia, South Carolina with his wife, Elizabeth; son, Jax; and daughter, Ella. He played college soccer at Life U as captain, where he earned his B.S in Nutrition and Dietetics in 1998.
“[My time at Life U] was in the years of Dr. Sid [Williams], who looked after and treated his athletes well. We were given multiple resources to do well. It was an excellent time, and we were very successful.
Faces of LIFE – Erin Higgins
Erin Higgins was born and raised in Colorado and is currently pursuing the M.S. in Positive Psychology Coaching Track. “I went to grad school to become a counselor because I’m passionate about helping people and working in mental health,” Higgins explained. “But the program ended up not being a good fit for me, so I dropped it and took months looking for the right fit.”
Studying psychology runs in Jonathan Powell’s family, so it was natural for him to gravitate toward it as well. His dad has a master’s in psychology, his sister has a master’s in social work, his aunt is a licensed family therapist and he just graduated in September with a Master’s in Positive Psychology – Coaching Track from Life University.
WORLD TEAM MEMBER VICTORIA FRANCIS TO JOIN LIFE U COACHING STAFF THROUGH THE WOMEN’S SPORTS FOUNDATION TARA VANDERVEER FUND
Marietta, Georgia, September 10, 2019 – Life University has received a Tara VanDerveer Fund for the Advancement of Women in Coaching grant from the Women’s Sports Foundation (WSF). Grants were awarded to institutions to support collegiate female coaches on the rise, assisting with living expenses, professional development and mentorship. Life University is one of 10 universities and colleges to receive the grant, which will be designated for a female coaching fellow in women’s sports as diverse as field hockey, wrestling, basketball, volleyball, softball, and strength and conditioning.
Zachary Landis says that he likes to be called “Zach” … and that speaks to the casual charm that shines through when talking with him. From Lawrenceville, Georgia, Landis is currently an undergraduate pursuing his bachelor’s degree in business administration while also playing on the basketball team here at LIFE, one which he helped lead to the NAIA Championship Game last season.
“My first chiropractic adjustment took place when I was just a couple minutes old” … and not only was the world introduced to Richard Forte, but he was introduced to Chiropractic at the same time. Forte continues, “As soon as I was born, the doctor saw that I was not breathing, and my lips started turning blue. My mother immediately adjusted my atlas right there on the delivery table and I instantly turned pink and started screaming!”