Michael G. Flynn completed his Ph.D. in Human Bioenergetics in 1987 at Ball State University. Flynn taught and conducted research for 10 years at the University of Toledo and 12 years at Purdue University before moving to the College of Charleston in 2009. Flynn teaches research design and analysis, exercise physiology, sport physiology and marathon training. He is also in the first semester of a Freshman seminar called: Sport Physiology and the Cooper River Bridge run. Flynn is an avid runner and amatuer boat builder with a single kakay, tandem kayak and sailboat in his fleet.
- Ph.D. Human Bioenergetics, Ball State University
- M.A. Exercise Science, University of Maryland
- B.S. Physical Education, Bridgewater State College