Our Mission

Michelle Provost-Craig (Ph.D., University of Maryland)



Associate Professor
Kinesiology & Applied Physiology
142 Rust ICE Arena 

Research Interests

  • Physical Activity & Energy Expenditure
  • Bone Health

Mentoring In

  • Applied/Exercise Physiol


  • Ph.D, Exercise Physiology, University of Maryland, 1990
  • M.S., Physical Education, University of Delaware, 1981
  • B.S.E. Cum Laude, Physical Education, SUNY at Cortland, 1977
  • Undergraduate /Graduate Studies, Deutsche Sporthochschule, Koln, West Germany

Honors & Awards

  • Selected as United States Figure Skating Association's Sports Medicine Coordinator, for the United States Olympic Training Center's Developing Young Champions Summit, Colorado Spring, CO, October 25-27, 2000.
  • Recipient, United States Olympic Sport Science and Technology Recognition Award, May, Seattle, Washington, 1999
  • Recipient, Best Speakers Award (Total of 33 speakers), First World Congress of Figure Skating, Lusanne, Switzerland, February, 1998
  • Reviewer of abstracts for the 1995 American College of Sports Medicine Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 31 - June 3, 1995.
  • Invited funded Faculty Member at the United States Olympic Center Junior Elite Ice Figure Skating Sports Medicine Camp, April 18 - 23, 1995
  • Elected Vice President, Mid-Atlantic Regional American College of Sports Medicine, Fall 1993 - Fall 1994.
  • Featured researcher in the University of Delaware publication "The Messenger," 1992.
  •  Five Year Service Award, University of Delaware, November 1, 1993.
  • Selected by the National American College of Sports Medicine from an International pool to be the featured researcher on 48 Hours  documentary entitled The Health Problems Associated with Youth in Highly Competitive Sports," March 1993.
  • Conference Chairperson, Fifteenth Annual Mid Atlantic American  College of Sports Medicine Conference, February 1993, Clayton Hall, Newark, DE.
  • Conference Co - Chairperson, for Exercise Testing and Prescription for Special Populations, 1992, and "Maximizing Performance: Diagnosis and Treatment of Exercise-Induced Asthma in Athletes", 1991, Clayton Hall, Newark, DE.
  • Elected Member at Large, on the Executive Board of the Mid-Atlantic Regional American College of Sports Medicine, Spring, 1992 - 1993.
  • Nominated for Excellence in Teaching Award, June 1, 1992.
  • Reviewer, National Institute of Health, Heart, Lung and Blood Institute for proposals for a 5 Year Plan to Standard Cardiac Rehabilitation Services, Summer, 1992.
  • Nominated for Excellence in Teaching Award, June 1, 1992.