Exercise Science and Sport Studies Faculty and Students Present in Costa Rica

Students and faculty from the Springfield College Department of Exercise Science and Sport Studies recently visited Costa Rica for an academic and cultural experience, led by Springfield College Exercise Science and Sport Studies Chair Sue Guyer and Associate Professor of Exercise Science and Sport Studies and Director of the Applied Exercise Science Program Elizabeth O'Neill. 
 

Students and faculty from the Springfield College Department of Exercise Science and Sport Studies recently visited Costa Rica for an academic and cultural experience, led by Springfield College Exercise Science and Sport Studies Chair Sue Guyer and Associate Professor of Exercise Science and Sport Studies and Director of the Applied Exercise Science Program Elizabeth O'Neill. 

The faculty, with the assistance of all 11 students, presented to the University of Costa Rica faculty and students before attending the International Symposium on Exercise and Health Science, where both faculty and students presented posters.

After the symposium concluded, the group engaged in learning about the Costa Rica culture, including visiting a coffee plantation, Volcano National Park, LaPaz Waterfall Gardens, Tabacon Hot Springs and the Carara National Park.