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Distinguished Professor of Humanics: Sam Headley 2016-2017

Sam Headley 2016-2017

Title of Humanics Lecture:
"Assessment of Sedentary Behavior at Springfield College - Year-one of a Multi-year Study"

Learn more about Dr. Headley and his career as a Distinguished Professor of Humanics by listening to the "History of Humanics" podcast, which can be found here.

Earned Degrees:
B.A., Birmingham University, 1982
M.S., Kings College, 1985
C.A.G.S., Springfield College, 1984
D.E.P, Temple University, 1991

Current or final title at Springfield College:
Professor of Exercise Science/Director of Clinical Exercise Physiology

Short statement that describes what it means to be a Distinguished Professor of Humanics:
It is an unexpected honor to be a Distinguished Professor of Humanics.

Short statement that describes how you continued to live the Humanics mission after your year as Distinguished Professor of Humanics:
For me, the Humanics mission aligns with what I personally believe is the purpose of life: following the Lord Jesus Christ! I am seeking to live a life in which Christ is my Center. I was seeking to do this before being named a Humanics Professor and with the help of the Lord Jesus, I am seeking to do that each day of my life.


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