Leslie Stenger is an assistant professor in the Department of Health and Physical Education. Ms. Stenger received her Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Physical Education and Master of Science degree in Exercise Science from Slippery Rock University. She is currently completing her doctoral degree in Exercise Science from the University of Pittsburgh.
Ms. Stenger has more than twenty years of experience in the health and fitness industry. She served as program director for two separate cardiac rehabilitation centers. She has provided corporate fitness programs to various corporations in the Pittsburgh area. She has also served as a consultant for Wilford R. Cameron Wellness Center and the Ramble in Ashville, N.C. Ms. Stenger was partner of Fitness Essentials, a personalized training company serving the Pittsburgh area. Most recently, she served as program director of the Health and Fitness Center of the Duquesne Club.
Ms. Stenger is certified as an ACSM health and fitness instructor, spinning instructor, Pilates mat instructor, and CPR instructor. Currently, Ms. Stenger teaches a Liberal Studies required course entitled Health and Wellness. She also teaches core courses in the Exercise Science track, including Physiological Basis of Strength Training, Group Exercise Leadership, Personal Training Practicum, Epidemiology of Exercise, and Health Fitness Instruction.
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