Department of Kinesiology

School of Health and Human Sciences

Our Faculty and Staff: Anne Brady

Anne Brady

Anne Brady, Ph.D.

AP Associate Professor
237-K Coleman Building
(336) 334-3274
Curriculum Vitae

About Dr. Brady

Dr. Brady‚Äôs teaching, service, and research are synergistic and focus on exercise assessment and prescription in the older adult population. At UNCG, Dr. Brady teaches a variety of Kinesiology courses, primarily at the undergraduate level. She is the director of HOPE, a community-based exercise program for older adults that provides practical experience for Kinesiology majors. Dr. Brady is involved with a number of community organizations and partnerships and serves as the internship coordinator for undergraduate Kinesiology majors. If you’re interested in learning about internships, please click this link to view a video of former student’s speaking on their internship experience.

Classes taught

  • KIN 220 Physical Fitness for Life
  • KIN 379 Exercise Instruction
  • KIN 466 Practicum in Fitness Leadership
  • KIN 468 Exercise Testing and Prescription I
  • KIN 469 Exercise Prescription
  • KIN 471 Internship Prep in Fitness Leadership
  • KIN 595 Exercise Science Internship (Undergraduate)
  • KIN 694 Internship in Kinesiology (Graduate)

Scholarly & Professional Keywords

Physical function and body composition in older adults, muscle quality, clinical exercise physiology, exercise testing and prescription