Dr. Cavallini Presents Seminar On Benefits Of Day-To-Day Physical Activity
Felicia Cavallini
Professor of Physical Education|Program Coordinator of Physical Education General/Exercise Science

Upcoming Courses

- Honors College Capstone
- Honors College Capstone
- Honors College Capstone
- Intercollegiate Athletics
- Intercollegiate Athletics
- Intercollegiate Athletics
- Intercollegiate Athletics
- Intercollegiate Athletics
- Intercollegiate Athletics
- Intercollegiate Athletics
- Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity
- Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity
- Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity
- Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity
- Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity
- Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity
- Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity
- Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity

The above list of courses is not an exhaustive list. It only includes courses for the current and imminent terms. For more information visit the Course Schedules page.

Education
  • BA in Physical Education (Teaching/Coaching); Rice University; Houston, Texas
  • MA in Education (Curriculum and Instruction); University of Texas at San Antonio, Texas
  • Ed. D. in Education (Physical Education); University of Houston, Texas
Professional Accomplishments
  • All-State in volleyball, basketball and track.
  • B.A. in Physical Education (Teaching/Coaching) from the Department of Human Performance and Health Sciences at Rice University while earning academic honors.
  • Dual sport athlete at Rice
  • M.A. from the University of Texas at San Antonio in Education with an emphasis in Curriculum and Instruction
  • Collegiate women¹s basketball coach
  • Instructor at Rice while also serving as a resident associate with students
  • Honored numerous times as a "Distinguished Faculty Member" at Rice and was voted by students as the faculty member who made a significant impact in the Rice community
  • Doctorate degree at the University of Houston in Physical Education
  • Assistant Professor at Lamar University in the Department of Professional Pedagogy
  • Won a grant which enabled her to travel to Mexico to study the Hispanic physical activity level in Mexico
  • Accomplished numerous presentations and peer review publications both nationally and internationally at Limestone University
  • 2 time recipient of the Limestone University Fullerton Teaching Award
  • Teamed up with the Department of Health and Environmental Control in the state of South Carolina to implement a "Community Gardens" grant at Limestone University and Cherokee County
  • Directing and implementing the fitness trail project aimed at connecting the Limestone University campus, surrounding Historical Neighborhood, the nearby Downtown area and the Old Mill section of Gaffney, South Carolina
  • Awarded the prestigious, internationally distinguished Fulbright U.S. Scholar Grant for 2014-2015 as a Visiting Research Chair in the Human Health and Nutritional Sciences Department at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada