Exercise is Medicine Research

Exercise is Medicine is an outreach program that promotes exercise for health through various events on campus and in the community. The program is currently doing research to assess the U of A's current physical activity level and needs your help!

Complete their survey and be entered for a chance to win a $50 gift card and/or come take an in-person assessment for a chance to win a $100 gift card. To take survey, click here.

For more information, check the program out on facebook or instagram @uark_eim.

 

Contacts

Lauren Deems, student
Exercise Science
214-213-0899, lndeems@uark.edu

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