Julian Reed

Department of Health and Exercise Science
Furman University
Greenville, SC 29613
e-mail: Julian.Reed@furman.edu
(864) 294-2328

 

 

 

HES 101 Syllabus  

   

HES 251 Syllabus

 

HES 313 Syllabus

 

HES 221 Syllabus

 

 

Scholarship

 

 

Fuller Charter School makes commitment to health with model fitness program by Mike Foley. An article in The Gereenville News, October 28, 2009

Kids need recess to learn being active is fun--Time shouldn't be used to punish classroom misdeeds Published: Tuesday, May 15, 2007 - by Julian A. Reed

 

 

Parents teach children how to become overweight
Parents' bad eating habits often are passed on to children who mimic adults' behaviors.

an article by Julian Reed in the March 21 edition of The Greenville News.

 

Fat impacts the nation's dependence on foreign oil

 

Real cleaning power:
Give chores a little oomph to meet your fitness needs

 

Tying It Altogether: Integrating Movement in the Classroom

University of Miami's Top Priority: an article in The Greenville News by Julian Reed

Greenville should take steps to reduce secondhand smoke: a Greenville News article by Julian Reed

Walking Your Way to Better Health

 

Education Has Some New Moves--Furman Professor's Program promotes learning, combats childhood obesity

 

A recent article in The Greenville News, Separating teacher, coach roles would improve phys ed, quotes Julian.

 

Julian was recently quoted in The Greenville News article entitled “Middle Schools Scrape to Offer Sports”

 

Greenville Walks Heads Toward Finish Line

Greenville Walks Kickoff Draws 600 Determined Folks

Take the first step and get acquainted with Greenville parks

By Julian Reed

When the Greenville Walks program kicks off Saturday[3/12/05] in Cleveland Park, our hope is that it will accomplish two primary goals. One is to have people commit to a daily walking program that can significantly improve their health; the other is to make people aware of just how many great places there are in Greenville County to walk.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 P ROFESSIONAL

 Dr. Reed is an Associate Professor in the Department of Health Sciences at Furman University in Greenville, SC and is an Affiliate of the Prevention Research Center in the Arnold School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina in Columbia. His area of research focuses on examining the impact of built environmental supports on physical activity. Dr. Reed holds a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies from Hobart and William Smith Colleges, a Masters of Science in Exercise and Sport Sciences from the University of Miami, a Doctorate in Exercise and Sport Sciences from the University of Northern Colorado and most recently received his Masters of Public Health from the University of South Carolina. Dr. Reed has recently disseminated his research in the Journal of Physical Activity and Health, Preventive Medicine and the Journal of American College Health.

 

American College of Sports Medicine

www.ACSM.org

 

South Carolina Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance

www.scahperd.org

 

South East American College of Sports Medicine

www.seacsm.org

   

Active Living Research

www.activelivingresearch.org

 

Active Living by Design

www.activelivingbydesign.org

 

PE Central

www.pecentral.org

 

PE 4 Life

www.pe4life.org

 

Centers for Disease Control

www.cdc.gov

 

The Active Living and Environment Program

www.goforgreen.ca

 

American Planning Association

www.planning.org

 

Bicycle Federation of America

www.bikefed.org

 

Center for Livable Communities

www.lgc.org

 

Congress for the New Urbanism

www.cnu.org

 

Federal High Administration

www.tfhrc.gov

 

Healthy Communities Program

www.ncl.org

 

Institute of Transportation Engineers

www.ite.org

 

National Bicycle and Pedestrian Clearinghouse

www.bikefed.org

 

National Park Service Trails

www.nps.gov

 

Partnership for a Workable America

www.nsc.org

 

Pedestrian Federation of America

1506 21st Street, NW

Suite 200

Washington, DC 20036

To order copies of Walk Tall: A Citizens Guide to Walkable Communities, send $2 per copy to above address.

 

 

 

 IN THE NEWS

 

 

The family that plays together Source: Greenville News (SC) circ: 100,530

Indexed At: 2/27/04 6:37 AM (120756406)

Abstract: ... A. Reed, health and exercise science professor at Furman University, said new research has shown the health of the nation's families is at risk. ...

 

 

 

 

 P E RSONAL

I enjoy spending my leisure time hiking, running, camping, snow skiing, playing golf, basketball and tennis. I reside in Greenville with my wife, three daughters, and dog. Below are a few websites that you may find interesting.

 

SC Trails Program

www.Sctrails.net

 

Active for Life

www.activeforlife.info/npo/index.html

 

Transportation and the Environment

www.itre.ncsu.edu/cte/envripmenu.htm

 

Rails to Trails Conservancy

www.railtrails.org/

 

Caltrac

www.caltrac.net

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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