Assistant Professor of Exercise Science
Earlene Masi is an assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology and also serves as the program director for the exercise science program. Masi earned her bachelor’s degree in exercise science from St. Joseph’s College of Maine. She went on to attend Ball State University in Muncie, IN, where she received her Master of Science in clinical exercise physiology with an emphasis in cardiopulmonary rehabilitation. Currently, she is continuing her education by working toward a doctorate in health science from UINDY. Masi brings extensive clinical experience within exercise science to Anderson University. With her position, she hopes to help students find their ‘niche’ within exercise science and to ensure students are able to gain the knowledge and skill-set necessary to pursue a career in the area of exercise science or related filed.
Additionally, Masi assists with coaching high school track at Lapel High School. Masi enjoys being outdoors and spending valuable time with her family. She joined the Department of Kinesiology in 2018. Contact Professor Earlene Masi at 765-641-4482 (Kardatzke Wellness Center, office 240 or email@example.com