physiology
BU's M.S.C.E.P. program is the only graduate-level program in Illinois to be endorsed by the American College of Sports Medicine.
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Regina Schurman, Ed.D., R.C.E.P., C.P.A.
* MSCEP Program and Research Coordinator
rschurman@ben.edu
Phone: (630) 829-2171
Fax: (630) 829-6547

* The Activities of Daily Living Performance Enhancement Center Coordinator
Villa St. Benedict
Phone: (630) 725-6563
Fax: (630) 725-6564

By mail
Benedictine University
Birck Hall, Room 348
5700 College Road
Lisle, IL 60532


Office Assistant
Phone: (630) 829-6563
Fax: (630) 829-6547

MS in Clinical Exercise Physiology
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Announcements
7/20/12
Benedictine names seasoned educator Mesa branch campus administrator

10/4/12
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Posted 2/24/12

Jessica (Hendriksen) Anderson is praised in a Daily News article.   “She is beyond description, pushing me in the right way to do better and get better. She is amazing.” Read the article  Congratulations Jessica!




Posted 1/31/12

Giving students the opportunity to view then test elite skiers within a controlled laboratory experiment, Benedictine University’s Master of Science (M.S.)in Clinical Exercise Physiology program is taking an innovative approach to increasing student understanding of the science involved in skiing.  Read the article  


Posted 12/19/11

Regina Schurman did an interview on WDCB FM Public Radio about Kids Beating Obesity.  Great interview Regina!




Posted 5/12/11

Read about Jennifer Green, M.S.C.E.P. '10 in the Alumni focus section of the Voices! Magazine.  Congratulations Jennifer on a great feature article! 



Posted 2/17/11
Benedictine TeamTeam Benedictine featured in the Young Hearts 4 Life February 2011 issue






Posted 12/13/10

the Candor
Issue date: 12/8/10 Section: News
Free fitness testing for University Community


Posted 11/30/10:

The Associate Newsletter, Fall 2010
In the Spotlight, UIC Fall Prevention at Park Lawn
Special Project of BU MSCEP Student Patrick Yep


November Newsletter 
From: Young Hearts for Life, Midwest Heart Foundation On Behalf Of Young Hearts for Life, Midwest Heart Foundation
Sent: Wednesday, November 24, 2010 2:37 PM

                        

Young Hearts For Life 

 

The Young Hearts for Life® Cardiac Screening Program provides free electrocardiograms (ECGs) to high school students to help identify those who may be at risk for sudden cardiac death.

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Thankful For An Eventful Year

November 2010

A Fall of Milestones

 College Pilot Program

YH4L started a pilot program with Benedictine University this fall.  With the help of Regina Schuman, MS, RCEP, CPA and student volunteers from the Master of Science in Clinical Exercise Physiology program, Benedictine soccer and basketball athletes received ECG screenings free of charge.  Dr. Marek hopes to continue working with Benedictine and extend the program to other area colleges.

 





Posted November 2010:

MSCEP featured in CU at BU for November 2010  -  Check Us Out!


Posted August 26, 2010:

Young Hearts for Life begins pilot program with Benedictine athletes