Hayley Russell


Associate Professor in Health and Exercise Science and Public Health, and Excellence in Teaching Faculty Associate in John S Kendall Center and Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies

Hayley started as an Assistant Professor in the Health and Exercise Science Department in the Fall of 2016. She completed her Ph.D. in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Sport and Exercise Psychology at the University of Minnesota. Her research interest centers on psychological predictors and responses to sport-related injury, long-term health and physical activity in former athletes, and psychological adaptations to marathon training. 


BA Human Kinetics - St. Francis Xavier University, M.Sc. Kinesiology - Wilfrid Laurier University, Ph.D. Kinesiology - University of Minnesota

Courses Taught

HES-212 (Lifespan Development), HES-244 (ST:Exercise Psychology), and PBH-330 (Health Behavior)

Synonym Title Times Taught Terms Taught
HES-212 Lifespan Development 14 2020/FA, 2020/SP, 2019/FA, 2019/SP, 2018/FA, 2018/SP, 2017/FA, 2017/SP, and 2016/FA
FTS-100 FTS:Youth Sport 5 2020/FA, 2019/FA, 2018/FA, and 2017/FA
HES-211 Health Behavior 4 2020/SP, 2019/SP, 2018/SP, and 2017/SP
HES-221 Adolescent Health 3 2017/FA, 2017/SP, and 2016/FA
HES-344 ST:Sport Psychology 2 2020/SP and 2019/SP
HES-240 Sport Psychology 2 2019/JN and 2017/JN
HES-101 Foundatns of Wellbeing 2 2018/FA and 2018/SP
HES-244 ST:Exercise Psychology 1 2021/JN
PSY-242 Forensic Psychology 1 2020/JN
HES-218 Foundations of Coaching 1 2019/SP