Optimizing Performance: Using Data to Maximize Student Athlete Wellness

October 31 '2019 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Mayser Gymnasium

  • Lydia Bell

Lydia Bell
Associate Director of Research at the NCAA

Lydia Bell is the associate director of research at the NCAA headquarters in Indianapolis, IN.  Lydia's research focuses on student athlete wellness within D1, D2, D3 athletic programs. Dr. Bell's current researches focuses on student athlete mental health. She earned her BA from Bowdoin College, MA in Higher Education from the University of Arizonia and her PhD in Language, Reading and Culture from the University of Arizonia. 

This event was proposed by Margaret Hazlett and is sponsored by the Department of Athletics; the Department of Public Health; the Office of Student Wellness Programs; LGH at F&M Student Wellness Center; and Student Athlete Leadership Council (SALC).
Common Hour enables the entire Franklin & Marshall College community to gather for culturally and academically enriching events at midday each Thursday during the academic year. This opportunity to engage in a campus-wide dialogue originates with Common Hour and then extends beyond the confines of 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. into classrooms, house commons, dining halls and beyond.