University of Vermont

College of Nursing and Health Sciences

Weight Management Program Helps Adolescents

A program run by Connie Tompkins, assistant professor of exercise physiology, relies on established weight loss practices, such as caloric intake as part of a healthy overall nutritional plan and exercise regime, to transform the way participants look and feel.

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Department of Rehabilitation and Movement Science

An inter-professional learning community of teachers, scholars and practitioners in athletic training, exercise and movement science and physical therapy

Our cornerstones: The four cornerstones of our community include: the education of students, dissemination of research and scholarship, service to the university and professional organizations, and evidence-based clinical practice to improve health.

The RMS experience: The various programs and the learning environment for our students are designed to develop competent graduates who demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and behaviors essential for those who participate in health promotion and management of injury and disability.

Academic Programs

Transfer Student Information Sessions

Transfer student information sessions are open to UVM students and students from outside of the university interested in transferring into athletic training, exercise and movement science, or any of the CNHS undergraduate majors. Applicants have the chance to ask questions and learn more about the majors and the transfer process.

Dates, times and locations for information sessions are available here.

Graduate Student Information Sessions

Potential applicants to the CNHS Doctor of Physical Therapy program (D.P.T.) are invited to attend information sessions about the program and the admissions process. They are hosted by a faculty member.

Dates, times and locations for upcoming info sessions are available here.

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