Valerie Wherley, PH.D. is Clinical Assistant Professor of Exercise Science. Degrees & Certifications: B.S., Exercise Science, University of Maine, 1995; M.S., Kinesiology and Physical Education, University of Maine, 1997; Ph.D., (ABD), Kinesiology, University of Connecticut, 2002; Ph.D., Higher Education Administration, University of Connecticut, 2004; Youth Exercise Specialist (YES), 2013, National Academy of Sports Medicine. Research interests & Grants: Prevention strategies for childhood obesity, pediatric exercise intervention programs, field-based research. Faculty Member in the Presidential Seminar on the Catholic Intellectual Tradition, 2012-2013 Academic Creative Teaching Grant (ACT), May 2013 Professional affiliations: American College of Sports Medicine; American College of Sports Medicine: New England Regional Division; North American Society for Pediatric Exercise Medicine. Volunteer work: USA Fitness Corps first "Fitness Fun Day" staff volunteer, along with 17 SHU students, Bronx, NY (October 2010); PawPALS program, Longfellow Elementary School, Bridgeport, CT.
Effects of Ibuprofen and Vicoprofen (R) on Physical Performance after Exercise-Induced Muscle Damage (with Jaci L. Van Heest, Jim Stoppani, and Tim P. Scheett), Faculty Publications (2002)
Objective: To determine the effects of Vicoprofen® and ibuprofen on aerobic performance, agility, and pain...
Track & Field Team Holds Throwing Clinic for Bridgeport Students, Sacred Heart University News Story (2014)
Local Bridgeport Students Visit SHU's Athletic Fields to Complete State Physical Fitness Testing, Sacred Heart University News Story (2012)
All third- through sixth-graders from the Bridgeport school attended the event, which was designed to...
Exercise Science Students Reach Out By Reaching In, Sacred Heart University News Story (2012)
Sacred Heart University students in Dr. Valerie Wherley’s Pediatric Exercise Science class (EX 320) recently...