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Charles S. Layne

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Professor and Chair

Department of Health

Employment History


  • Ph.D.
    The University of Houston
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"The University of Houston has ..., 21 Aug 2015 [cached]
"The University of Houston has a very robust Transfer Advising Program that works with incoming students to guide them toward the departments with the most appropriate undergraduate majors to support their goals," said Charles S. Layne, Ph.D., Professor and Chair, Department of Health and Human Performance, University of Houston. "Departmental advisors and University Career Services continue to work with students as they refine their interests through advising sessions, internships, open houses, and job fairs."
Layne said that the most popular health care professions that students target upon their entry into undergraduate programs are athletic training, physical therapy, occupational therapy, pharmacy, and physician/assistant.
Durham Academy ~ Upper School Technology, 8 Sept 2009 [cached]
Charles Layne, chairman of the Department of Health and Human Performance, says he sees the class as a gateway to other physical activity for students who might not otherwise engage in traditional sports.
News Briefs | ACED Magazine, 13 Sept 2009 [cached]
Charles Layne, chairman of the Department of Health and Human Performance at the university, tells Robert Siegel the emphasis is not on Wii sports such as tennis and bowling but on Wii Fit, which includes activities like yoga and Pilates.
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Charles Layne, chairman of the Department of Health and Human Performance, says the goal of the class is to attract folks who typically might not attend a traditional yoga or pilates class.
Wii Ware channel | Latest Wii News, Reviews on Games for Wii, Rate The Best Wii Games, 1 Oct 2009 [cached]
Charles Layne is the chairman of the department of health and human performance at the University of Houston. He explained that PEB 4197 was the brainchild of him and the health and human performance program director, Randi Weintraub. Months before the semester began, the launch of the Wii Fit got them thinking. In order to encourage students to take a physical education course, why not use an extra incentive? Use video enhancement like the Wii Fit. As Layne remarked, "The goal here is that there are people who may be interested in physical activity, but maybe they're not confident enough to join a regular yoga class ... and what we're hoping through the Wii is that this can serve as sort of a gateway class.
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