Our Applied Exercise Science faculty members possess the knowledge and clinical expertise to prepare you for a career in the health and fitness field. Click on the links below to learn more about them and their work.
Casey joined the faculty of the Department of Exercise and Sport Performance in 2010. Prior to joining the University, she worked as a Health Educator and a Clinical Exercise Physiologist in cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation at Maine Medical Center's Turning Point Heart Health program. Casey manages the Internship Program for the Applied Exercise Science students, aiding students with placements in pre-professional physical therapy, strength and conditioning, clinical exercise physiology, health promotion, and more. Casey recieved her Bachelor's Degree in Applied Exercise... Read More
Clinical exercise physiology
AES Internship Program
Dr. Visich is a Professor and the Chair of the Exercise and Sport Performance Department located in the Harold Alfond Forum. He received his Bachelors in Health Education from Pennsylvania State University and Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology from George Williams College and his Doctorate in Exercise Physiology along with his Masters in Public Health in Epidemiology from University of Pittsburgh. He is also certified as a Clinical Exercise Physiologist by the American College of Sports Medicine. Prior to... Read More
Strength and conditioning
fitness testing and prescription
and preparing students for professional credentialing examinations (CSCS
ACSM HFI and CPT).
DPE, ATC, CSCS, ACSM EP-C
Dr. Rosene is a visiting faculty member in the Exercise and Sport Performance Department located in the Harold Alfond Forum. He received his Bachelor of Science in Physical Education with an Athletic Training option from Keene State College, a Master of Science in Human Performance from Southern Connecticut State University, and a Doctor of Physical Education with a concentration in Exercise Physiology from Springfield College. He holds certifications as an athletic trainer (ATC), a certified strength and conditioning specialist... Read More
Michael Lawrence is the Manager of the Motion Analysis Laboratory (MAL) at the University of New England's Biomechanics Laboratory and supports all faculty research in the MAL.
His personal research interests include the mechanics of various strength training exercises, strength and conditioning, and the neuromuscular control of movement.
Outside of UNE he is a competitive powerlifter and holds an Elite total in the 275lb weight class. His best lifts are: 780 lbs squat (925 lbs equipped), 470 lbs bench (650... Read More
Kinesiology and Biomechanics
Strength and conditioning
Lower Extremity Biomechanics
Rebecca is the Project Coordinator for the Cardiovascular Health Intervention Program (CHIP). She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Exercise Science from the University of New England, and her Master’s Degree in Exercise Science with a concentration in Motor Behavior from Texas Tech University. She is also certified as a Personal Trainer by the National Strength and Conditioning Association since 2010.
Currently Rebecca is the Project Coordinator for the Cardiovascular Health Intervention Program (CHIP), which focuses on assessing... Read More