*pending SACSCOC approval
Angela Lumpkin receives the 2018 Distinguished Sport Management Educator Award
Angela Lumpkin received the 2018 Distinguished Sport Management Educator Award at the North American Society for Sport Management Conference on June 9 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, for her exceptional contributions to teaching and student learning. A member of the TTU Teaching Academy, Dr. Lumpkin has a sustained commitment to the improvement and quality of teaching and learning, including being selected the 2008-2009 Gene A. Budig Teaching Professor in the School of Education at the University of Kansas.
New Online Sports Medicine Minor Coming Fall 2018
The Department of Kinesiology and Sport Management is excited to announce that starting in the Fall of 2018 it will offer a new Sports Medicine Minor will be online. This minor is six courses that will prepare TTU students looking to learn more about athletic training and potentially seek certification as an athletic training in the future. The six courses are KIN 3314, 3323, 3346, 4325, 4227, and 4328
John Ashley, a kinesiology graduate student, is first author on a research paper published in physiology journal (see below).
John Ashley, a Master's graduate student in kinesiology, is the first author of a published research article published this month in the journal Applied Physiology Nutrition and Metabolism. The title of his study is, "Impact of l-citrulline supplementation on oxygen uptake kinetics during walking." John completed his Master's thesis under the supervision of Dr. Joaquin Gonzales.
Dr. Grant Tinsley's 2017 Article Wins 2018 European Journal of Sports Science (EJSS) Best Paper Award
Authors: Grant M. Tinsley, Jeffrey S. Forsse, Natalie K. Butler, Antonio Paoli, Annie A. Bane, Paul M. La Bounty,
Grant B. Morgan & Peter W. Grandjean
Title: Time-restricted feeding in young men performing resistance training: A randomized controlled trial
Published in Volume 17, Issue 2 | DOI: 10.1080/17461391.2016.1223173
Hannah Schake, a kinesiology undergraduate student, coauthored a published case study at the NSF National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science (see below).
Hannah Schake, a kinesiology undergraduate student, coauthored a published case study
at the NSF National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science (see below).
Hahn, M.*, Schake, H.*, Schalles, R.*, Shioji, S.*, Harris, B.N. Caught Red-Handed! Hemoglobin, carbon monoxide, and a butcher's knife. NSF National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science, published online 4/2/2018.
Dr. Grant Tinsley, receives award at the TTU men's baseball game March 25th
Awarded Mortar Board and Omicron Delta Kappa's Faculty Recognition Award. The description I received is: "For more than twenty years, this award has been given to five outstanding faculty members who have been nominated by students."
Dr. Youngdeok Kim, a director of Physical Activity and Health Promotion Laboratory, is inducted as a Research Fellow of SHAPE America
Society of Health and Physical Educators (Formerly known as AAHPERD –American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance). SHAPE-America Research Fellow status is a selective and prestigious honor given to members in recognition of significant and sustained contributions to research and scholarly activities. He will be honored at the 133rd SHAPE America National Convention in Nashville, March 20-24, 2018.
New Online Athletic Coaching Minor coming in Fall 2018
The Department of KSM is excited to announce in the Fall of 2018 our Athletic Coaching Minor will be online. This minor is six courses that will prepare TTU students looking to coach across the spectrum of coaching whether at the elementary, secondary, collegiate, or professional levels.
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