Human Performance

Human Performance

Courses (6 credits – choose two below)

APK3200: Motor Learning
APK4050: Research Methods
HSC4624: Trends in International Health

HSC4950: Culture and Health
SPM3012: Sport and Society
SPM4905: International Sport Management
LEI3360: Hospitality Management
HLP4933: The European Café

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Co-Directors

Ron Gromoll | rgromoll@ufl.edu

Courses:
LEI3360: Hospitality Management
HLP4933: The European Café

Diba Mani | dmani@ufl.edu

Courses:
APK3200: Motor Learning
APK4050: Research Methods

Ashlee Ossiboff | ahoffmanossiboff@ufl.edu

Courses:
HSC4624: Trends in International Health
HSC4950: Culture and Health

Cyntrice Thomas | cthomas10@ufl.edu

Courses:
SPM3012: Sport and Society
SPM4905: International Sport Management

UF in London & Paris

Ron Gromoll

Ron Gromoll is a Instructional Assistant Professor in the Department of Toursim, Hospitality, & Event Management. Ron is a United States Marine and he worked as a General Manager in the hospitality industry for over thirty years. He teaches lodging and operations management, hospitality revenue management, hospitality management, and marketing in hospitality/tourism.


Diba Mani

Dr. Mani is currently an Instructional Assistant Professor in the Department of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology. She has varied teaching interests, including applied human physiology, motor learning, neuromuscular aspects of exercise, and applied sports science. Dr. Mani has a prolific background in international education, and has emphasized the importance of internationalizing APK coursework. Dr. Mani is an internationally-certified judo referee and serves as the Faculty Advisor for the Gator Judo Club.


Ashlee Ossiboff

Ashlee Ossiboff is an Instructional Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Education and Behavior. She teaches international health, personal and family health, methods and materials in health education, and current topics in health education. Dr. Ossiboff has also worked as a substance abuse counselor and has experience in working in community health programs and initiatives.


Cyntrice Thomas

Cyntrice Thomas is a Instructional Assistant Professor in the Department of Sport Management. She is also a licensed attorney in the District of Columbia and Virginia. Dr. Thomas is interested in conducting research related to the legal aspects of sports, social issues in sports, antitrust law, and collective bargaining in sports. She teaches introduction to sport management, legal issues in sport management, and issues in sport law.