CRPASH gets knowledge and policy "off the shelf" and into communities, schools, and the media, where it can impact people's lives.
Center for Research on Physical Activity,
Sport & Health
Research designed to make a difference.
The D'Youville College Center for Research on Physical Activity, Sport & Health (CRPASH) designs, conducts, and disseminates cutting-edge research on the links among physical activity, sport, and health. CRPASH operates as an organizational catalyst for interdisciplinary research projects that foster education, policy development, and public health initiatives. We also specialize in getting knowledge and policy "off the shelf" and into communities, schools, and media, where it promises to impact people's lives.
CRPASH was endowed in 2002 by a generous gift from Deborah Slaner Larkin through the MARGARET Fund.
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NEWS & EVENTS
MediaPost cites DYC expert's research in an article about the importance of sports content for young fans
08-29-2014 - Don Sabo, professor emeritus of health policy is a nationally-known youth-sports researcher.
ESPN Magazine story features DYC research
07-15-2013 - DYC professor Don Sabo's research was featured in a ESPN Magazine story on the growing demographics of youth sports.
HSA Faculty Author Study on Benefits of Tennis for Adolescents
03-04-2013 - D'Youville faculty members in the Health Services Administration, Dr. Lisa Rafalson and Dr. Donald F. Sabo recently authored a report for the United States Tennis Association Serves (USTA Serves), the charitable foundation of the U.S. Tennis Association.