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Anjuli Gairola, PhD

Anjuli Gairola, PhD

Chair and Assistant Professor, Health and Exercise Sciences

Anjuli Gairola, Ph.D., is Chair for an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health and Exercise Sciences and an internship coordinator for Exercise Science and Health(ESH) promotion major. Her teaching philosophy is to promote students to be active participants in their learning process. She engages students in research that enables them to apply their newly acquired knowledge to real-world situations.

Her scholarly pursuits have been primarily centered around undergraduate research. Dr. Gairola instated research requirements in upper-level courses of the ESH Sport Science track. Under her mentorship, all ESH Sport Science track students have presented at Cabrini's Research Symposium, Regional American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), and/or National ACSM conference.

She has been teaching in higher education since 2006. Before Cabrini, she served as an Assistant Professor at Grand Valley State University in Michigan and Wilson College in Pennsylvania. At Wilson College, she was Department Chair for five years. During her tenure as Chair, she was actively involved in community outreach, professional partnerships, curriculum enhancement, and recruitment initiatives. She earned a Doctoral degree in exercise physiology from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master's degree in exercise science and adult fitness from the Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.