Hayley Russell


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 emphsis in Sport and Exercise Psychology at the University of Minnesota. Her research interest centers on psychological predictors and responses to sport related injury and psychological adaptation to marathon training. She is working to becoming an Association for Applied Sport Psychology Certified Consultant and enjoys working with athletes, coaches, and athletic trainers on mental skills training for sport. 


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

Courses Taught


HES-101 (Foundatns of Wellbeing), HES-211 (Health Behavior), and HES-212 (Lifespan Development)

Synonym Title Times Taught Terms Taught
HES-212Lifespan Development52017/FA, 2017/SP, and 2016/FA
HES-221Adolescent Health32017/FA, 2017/SP, and 2016/FA
FTS-100FTS:Sport & Society12017/FA
HES-211Health Behavior12017/SP
HES-240Sport Psychology12017/JN