October 14, 2018
Heather Van Mullem, Ph.D.
Chair/Professor (Lewis-Clark State College)
Heather Van Mullem is a professor in the Kinesiology program and chair of the Division of Movement and Sport Sciences at Lewis-Clark State College. Heather received her Ph.D. from the University of Kansas in Sport Studies with an emphasis in Sport Psychology and Sport Sociology. An award-winning professor, she has held a variety of leadership roles in national organizations including President of Northwest District SHAPE America, President of Idaho Shape, and President of Western Society for Kinesiology and Wellness.
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Learn about the legacy of Dr. Bob Frederick from one of the many individuals he mentored (Originally recorded in 2018)
September 7, 2018
Track and Field Throws Coach (Central Washington University)
Ali was a competitive powerlifter, amateur strongman, and collegiate track & field thrower at CWU from 2006-2009 until she was in an accident that resulted in an above knee amputation on her left leg and reconstructive surgery on her right leg. Within 4 months after her accident, she returned to competitive powerlifting, college to pursue her degree, and began her coaching career in track & field.
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In this podcast, Ali shares an inspiring story on how a boating accident changed her outlook on life. (Originally recorded in 2017)
September 5, 2018
Author/ Guest Speaker
Travis Laurence Naught is an author who happens to be a quadriplegic wheelchair user. He spent 10 years working with Eastern Washington University Men's Basketball (2001-11) while earning his undergraduate degree in psychology and completing graduate courses in sports psychology. For more information on Travis click here
Men's Basketball Coach (Central Washington University)
Coach Rinta was named the head men's basketball coach at CWU in May 2018. Prior to CWU, he was the head coach at Lewis-Clark State College where he compiled a 164-62 record, which is the highest winning percentage by a LC coach in the past 50 years.
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An inspiring podcast on a mental approach to overcoming challenges (Originally recorded in 2015)