Physical Education Students Experience High-Tech Heart Rate Monitoring
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Physical Education Teacher Education majors Daniel Mohsen '14 of Atlanta, GA and Jamie Chesser '13 of Baltimore, MD with the Firstbeat monitoring system.

With the use of a high-tech computer system, Limestone College Physical Education student-teachers are taking heart rate monitoring to the next level.

The Firstbeat Class Pack wireless computer system enables physical education teachers to monitor up to 40 students at any given time and can generate physiological reports of individuals or groups.

Limestone Theatre Establishing Itself as Regional Powerhouse
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First row. Jorge Donoso, Carrie Ameling, Sarah Kier Second row. Christopher Moore, Jena Alford, Lexi Kronk, Al Benson.

Once again, students in Limestone's Theatre Department were a dominant force in a competition against their peers from area colleges.

During the February 2nd South Carolina Speech and Theatre Association College Festival, Limestone students were presented with several top-three awards, including three first place awards.

$50,000 From Duke Energy Foundation Enables Limestone Science Conference To Go High-Tech

witsduke-webWith an emphasis on mobile computing, a $50,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation  will be used to transform a Limestone science lab into one akin to those seen on the popular "CSI" television series. 

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