College of Health and Human Sciences’ Faculty Attend NAKHE
Several faculty from the College of Health and Human Sciences’ School of Health and Kinesiology along with one graduate student from the Athletic Training Program presented at the National Association of Kinesiology in Higher Education (NAKHE) in Orlando, FL from January 4-8.
- Wilson, C. H., Zwald, D., & Langdon, J. (2017, Jan.). “The Game is on the Line: The Future of Coaching Education in Higher Education”;
- Langdon, J. & Metzler, M. (2017). ”SoTL Research in Kinesiology: What it is and why we need to engage it”; in addition, Langdon served as a speaker at the International Journal of Kinesiology in Higher Education Reviewer Workshop;
- Hunt, T. & Gipson, C. “Socioeconomic Status: How it Impacts your Research, Teaching, and Community Outreach”;
- Clouse, R. & Viness, S., “Changing with Technology: Implementing an Online Physical Activity Curriculum to Standardize Course Content for Graduate Teaching Assistants”;
- Viness, S., “Setting and Evaluating Instructor Expectations”;
- Sarah Davis, M.S., limited term instructor of health and kinesiology;
- Melton, B., “Supporting the IPAP with National Programs (EIM-OC and NPAP)”; and
- Mormile, M., Langdon, J. & Hunt, T., “The Role of Gender in Neuropsychological Assessment in Healthy Adolescents”.
With the support of Hunt and Langdon, Mormile had the opportunity to present her research during a poster session. Mormile was the only graduate student in attendance. “Attending NAKHE was a great opportunity to go to a conference that was a little outside my “main discipline,” stated Mormile. “It was a great experience and it gave me a chance to meet a lot of new people and make some great contacts.”
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