Department of Health,
Leisure, and Exercise Science




2007-2008 Annual Report to
      the Chancellor
1                  ANNUAL REPORT TO THE CHANCELLOR, 2007-2008
               DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, LEISURE, AND EXERCISE S...
Grants, three received a Registration Grant, and one received an External Scholars
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is a first year doctoral candidate. He worked with HLES researchers in the area of
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instructors regarding these c...
Recreation Management serve our constituents through teaching, research/creative endeavors, and
service designed to prepar...
Mrs. Brandy Cornett attended another SIS Banner training session and two career
      banding training sessions.

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3.   Research Projects – In Progress

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of volume determination methods in lower body resistance exercise." at the National Strength &
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Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance in Greensboro, NC.

Mohr, D.J., Townsend, J.S., and Bulger, S.M. (Oct. 2007), Pr...
M. McMahon, D.C. Nieman, D.A. Henson, J.L. Wrieden, J.M. Davis, E.A. Murphy, S.J. Gross,
L.S. McAnulty, C.L. Dumke, A.C. U...
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Evaluation of arrhythmia scoring systems and exercise induced cardioprotection following
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Triplett, T. Conference Attendance: NSCA (Atlanta, GA); Strength and Conditioning
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Development of Values?,” at the 30th Annual Southeastern Recreation Research Conference,
Asheville, NC.

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West, S. T. "Programming for Women," at the 2008 Air Force Outdoor Recreation Pre-
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Great Lakes Athletic Trainers' Association Annual Meeting - Toledo, Ohio

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Mid Atlantic Athletic Trainers' Assoc District 3 Symposium/Meeting

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McBride, J. Graduate Student Research Grant, National Strength and Conditioning Association,
June 2007. Jump squat power o...
the 2007 National Health & Livability Summit sponsored by the National Recreation & Park
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College Physical Education Program (Oct. 27-31)

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Member RM search committee
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Vaughn Christian Graduate Research Committee
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Proposal, Health Promotion Online Degree Program
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and Exercise Science
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  1. 1. Department of Health, Leisure, and Exercise Science 2007-2008 Annual Report to the Chancellor
  2. 2. 1 ANNUAL REPORT TO THE CHANCELLOR, 2007-2008 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, LEISURE, AND EXERCISE SCIENCE I. Major Accomplishments 1. The amount of new external funding awarded to HLES reached a record total of $2,365,890: http://www.graduate.appstate.edu/orsp/proposal/awards/. Including the second year of the $180,000 National Institute of Health grant, the current grant total for HLES is $2,545,890. 2. Funds secured through internal university sources remained stable to total $27,855. 3. Faculty from HLES met with representatives from the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis, North Carolina. After a visit and research presentation, HLES was invited to join the seven sister institutions on the campus. Details about the specific nature of HLES’s research presence on the campus are currently being discussed. 4. HLES committed to and began development of an on-line degree program in Health Promotion in response to a program request from Blue Cross/Blue Shield. This will be an interdisciplinary degree program incorporating course work from Health Promotion, Communication, Family and Consumer Science, and Sociology and Social Work. 5. HLES organized an interdisciplinary obesity grant team involving fourteen community partner agencies. This grant is currently being written and has been placed as the top priority grant in ASU’s Federal Agenda. 6. Presentations about HLES research efforts were made to both the ASU Alumni Leadership Counsel and the staff of the Office of Academic Advising. 7. The number of classes providing service learning opportunities again increased. 8. All undergraduate degree programs are experiencing moderate growth in enrollment. 9. The graduate degree program in Exercise Science reached a record enrollment of thirty eight students. 10. Not only did the number of publications and presentations by faculty increase but there were a greater number of faculty members involved in these activities. 11. The number of faculty attending professional meetings increased. 12. Involvement in instructional or faculty development activities increased. Eleven faculty members attended ten Hubbard Center events, and two faculty members received Teaching Enhancement grants, two faculty members received Textbook
  3. 3. Grants, three received a Registration Grant, and one received an External Scholars grant. 13. Using the Delaware Study salary comparisons, hiring salaries for junior faculty increased allowing us to hire at more competitive salaries. 14. Academic affairs helped HLES purchase a Flow Cytometer instrument valued at $230,000. Additionally a Motion Analysis System was purchased at a cost of $62,000. These purchases allow the research teams in HLES to internally process all tissue and blood samples, saving hundreds of thousands of dollars of grant funds to pay for external processing and analysis. This also facilitates the awarding of future grant monies. 15. Education and Technology financial resources provided to HLES by the College of Fine and Applied Arts reached a new high of $160,000. These funds allowed the department to purchase significant technology upgrades and additions for classrooms and laboratories. Additional field based data collection and analysis technology will enable faculty to embark on several new research projects. All classroom computers were upgraded. 16. International involvement rose from twenty five to twenty eight activities and from twelve faculty participating to fourteen. Faculty involved in direct international program leadership increased. 17 Faculty have become more involved with the students outside of the traditional classroom setting. Advising student major clubs, service projects, and mentoring relationships in research are the primary activities engaged in with students. 18. A successful HLES Advancement Board meeting was held in September 2007. 19. The department concluded its third year using the Reappointment, Tenure, Promotion, and Merit document. This RTPM document allows each faculty member to report activities in the categories of teaching, scholarship, and service in a quantitative fashion. The faculty voted to adopt this performance evaluation process on a permanent basis at the end of the Spring 2008 semester. 20. HLES conducted five searches for positions in Athletic Training (1), Exercise Science (3) and Recreation Management (1). 21. Undergraduate and graduate students were involved in a record number of research projects resulting in presentations and publications. Assistance from the Office of Student Research (OSR) has contributed to this increase in scholarly work. 22. HLES hosted an international exchange student for the Spring 2008 semester. Gian Pietro Emerenziani from the University Institute of Motor Sciences in Rome, Italy,
  4. 4. is a first year doctoral candidate. He worked with HLES researchers in the area of biomedical aspects and methodological preventive and adaptive physical therapy. 23. One HLES faculty member completed an Off Campus Scholarly Assignment (OCSA) in Valencia, Spain for the Fall, 2007 semester. Research was completed with international colleagues at The University of Valencia. II. Major Problems 1. Although salaries are improving, difficulty in recruiting and retaining quality faculty members due to salaries and cost of living remain a concern. 2. Space will continue to be a concern for activity classes, physical education major classes, and faculty office space. The dedication of the Varsity Gymnasium for academic purposes daily from the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. needs to be maintained. Athletics and non-academic activities often interfere with Physical Education instruction. 3. Funding for major equipment purchases is less of an issue due to the excellent support HLES received during the 2007-2008 academic year. Although we were able to make major improvements this year, ongoing internal and external funds are needed to purchase major laboratory equipment and to upgrade existing equipment. Increased financial development activities need to be undertaken, and are underway utilizing the services of the HLES Advancement Board. 4. Student access to required courses in departments outside HLES is still a major issue. More cooperation and communication between HLES Program Directors and Department Chairs will be necessary to ensure continued non- major course access. To this end, one HLES faculty member was approved as an adjunct faculty member in the Biology Department, and successfully taught a two semester Anatomy and Physiology course this year. This will aid Exercise Science, Biology and Chemistry pre-professional majors in their medical school preparedness and increase their admissibility. III. Report on Retention Activities Academic advising is an important factor contributing to the retention of majors. The academic units within our department have taken steps to insure that each declared major seeks departmental advisement before registering for classes. Therefore, all TRS sheets are distributed to faculty advisors. Class scheduling is conducted in a student/faculty meeting. Lastly, copies of student schedules are kept in each student’s departmental file. Similar procedures are followed for graduate students.
  5. 5. HLES offers several courses that are part of the learning communities program. Feedback from instructors regarding these courses and this program is very favorable. Two faculty members are also developing a new course for consideration as a new General Education core curriculum course. Non-classroom activities were encouraged through student professional associations in Athletic Training, Exercise Science, Physical Education, and Recreation Management. Therefore, we have student professional associations in four of our five undergraduate majors. Each of these organizations is sponsored by a full time faculty member. This involvement is recognized as part of the tenure, promotion, and merit system within our department. Involvement in professional organizations through attendance at meetings is encouraged and supported through these groups. In addition to professional involvement, these organizations are engaged in community service projects. Graduate students are active in the Graduate Student Association and in their respective professional organizations as well. IV. Other Comments The achievements of the Department of Health, Leisure, and Exercise Science this year have set the stage for the future of the department. A significant amount of equipment was purchased with Education and Technology resources allocated by the Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts as well as by an unprecedented number of externally funded grants. Technologically equipped instructional areas will enhance the faculty’s ability to provide instruction appropriate to the learning styles of today’s students. Laboratory equipment purchased this year also poises the department to apply for additional external funding, conduct cutting edge research, and introduce students to the latest in health and human performance technology. HLES has benefitted this year from the developing partnerships between HLES and Watauga Medical Center, Appalachian Regional Health Care, the Be Active-Appalachian Partnership, and the Mountain States Health Alliance. The Institute for Health and Human Services also holds promise for the department yielding opportunities for collaborative research and community and regional outreach. APPENDICES Appendix A: Unit Mission Statement The fundamental purpose of the Department of Health, Leisure, and Exercise Science (HLES) is to enhance the human condition through development of physical, mental, and social health. HLES believes this mission can be achieved by applying art and science to the ideal of developing mind and body as an inseparable entity. Our constituency consists primarily of undergraduate students, the University community, the local community, and allied groups, organizations and practitioners. Our five interrelated academic units of Athletic Training, Exercise Science, Health Promotion, Physical Education, and
  6. 6. Recreation Management serve our constituents through teaching, research/creative endeavors, and service designed to prepare professionals that will impact the well being of humanity. Although united by a common mission, each academic unit has its own distinct body of knowledge. Consequently, appropriate degrees acknowledging the specific program of study are awarded at the end of each academic semester. To continue to accomplish our mission, the following goals have been established: 1. Provide undergraduate and graduate professional degrees in each unit of study; 2. Provide service courses that will enable students to make informed decisions about their life-styles. Specifically, the Physical Activity/Wellness courses in the General Education Curriculum will be upgraded this coming year in preparation for the new Core Curriculum. Each one hour Physical Education skills course will contain an academic component focusing on physiological principles of personal fitness and lifetime wellness as well as a pre-post physiological assessment. 3. Provide opportunities for reassigned time for teaching enhancement, research/creative endeavors, and service activities; and 4. Provide professional service to our constituents. Appendix B: Equal Opportunity and Diversity The department completed five faculty searches this year. The national statistic demonstrates a larger pool of males than females. Our applicant pool was consistent with this statistic. Various avenues for advertising the positions were utilized, including on-line listings that target specific populations. The selection of candidates to be interviewed and the interview process followed the required guidelines. The searches resulted in the hiring of three males and one female faculty member. At this time (May 2008), two positions remain unfilled. Appendix C: Staff Activity Mrs. Janet Moretz attended the ASU Banner System budget workshop, two career banding training sessions; and earned her CPR recertification. She maintains the Professional and Wilderness First Responder certifications. She served as a Relay for Life Team Captain. Ms. Moretz serves as a volunteer for the Watauga River Run, the MS 5K Run, and is a member of the Women’s Committee for the Farm Bureau. She also serves as a Girl Scout Troop Leader. Ms. Linda Wolfferts serves on the ASU Grievance Committee, and functions as a Notary within our department. She is also a volunteer with the Parent-to-Parent Organization. Ms. Wolfferts retired from the university in December, 2007. She was replaced in March by Mrs. Magdalena Anoufriev.
  7. 7. Mrs. Brandy Cornett attended another SIS Banner training session and two career banding training sessions. Appendix D: Faculty Activity 1. Teaching Performance, Instructional Program Development, and Outstanding Teaching Achievements Our department continues to assess teaching both summatively and formatively. Summative assessment is accomplished using the Individual Development and Educational Assessment (IDEA) instrument. The departmental Teaching Enhancement Committee developed a set of procedures that has standardized the administration of the instrument this year. In addition to the IDEA instrument, our formative process includes peer observation and feedback as well as post-tenure review. The summative data are used in tenure, promotion, and merit decisions; the formative data are not. The IDEA is a nationally recognized instrument in evaluating teaching with high degrees of reliability and validity. Our faculty typically ranks at or above the national mean for courses with similar criteria. The HLES Teaching Enhancement Committee is currently examining strategies to expand the summative data concerning overall teaching performance. In addition to the IDEA instrument, the HLES faculty decided to implement a quantitative performance evaluation system for scholarly and service activity this year. This Reappointment, Tenure, Promotion and Merit (RTPM) system is the result of three years of committee work, and allows each faculty member to assign point values to each professional activity engaged in during the academic year (April 1, 2007-March 31, 2008). The Excel scoring report forms were submitted to the Chair, and served as the basis for each faculty member’s annual conference. This was the third year that the RTPM system was used on a trial basis. The faculty voted in April 2008 to adopt this RTPM system on a permanent basis. This RTPM system also allows the HLES Annual Report to be compiled in a more timely fashion. Our faculty continue to use class management software to enhance student learning. All of our classrooms are equipped with computers and data projectors which permits the use of various information sources in the delivery of course material. Additionally, many faculty have implemented service learning and experiential components into their classes and are using case based instruction as alternative methods of disseminating information. 2. Graduate and Undergraduate Student Advisement Activities The academic units within our department have taken steps to insure that each declared major seeks departmental advisement before registering for classes. Therefore, all TRS sheets are distributed to faculty advisors. Class scheduling is conducted in a student/faculty meeting. Lastly, copies of student schedules are kept in each student’s departmental file. Similar procedures are followed for graduate students.
  8. 8. 3. Research Projects – In Progress Collette, L., Weller, T., & Frauman, E. "Access, compliance, and the environment: Preliminary implications for college outdoor programs at public land climbing sites." Office of Student Research Grant. Internal, Formal, Funded. 705 (Research/Travel) Frauman, E. "Testing an innovative GIS approach to determine recreation stakeholder group use and perception of the Wilson Creek River corridor." University Foundation Fellows Grant, Internal, Formal, Funded. 4925. McBride, J. Power Plate North America, External Grant, June 2007. “Effect of whole body vibration on motor neuron excitability and muscle force output.” External Funded Principal Investigator: Co-Investigators: David C. Nieman, N. Travis Triplett. Amount: $9,840. McBride, J. Graduate Student Research Grant, National Strength and Conditioning Association, June 2007. Jump squat power output during deloading. External Funded Principal Investigator: James L. Nuzzo, Co-Investigators:, Amount: $2,640. Nieman, DC. Quercegen Pharma/ Coca-Cola. "Quercetin, Upper Respiratory Tract Infection, Inflammation, Mental Vigilance, Blood Lipids, and Pharmacokinetics: A Community Clinical Trial" External Formal Funded $1.4 million Nieman, DC. Quercegen Pharma/ Coca-Cola. "Quercetin’s Influence on Exercise Performance and Mitochondrial Biogenesis In Untrained College Students" External Formal Funded $230,000 Nieman, DC. Quercegen Pharma Real FX QPlus and Real FX QPlus-Immune: " Influence on Performance and Effects As Countermeasures To Immunosuppression, Oxidative Stress, Inflammation, and Infection Risk Induced By Prolonged Intense Physical Stress" External Formal Funded $141,000 Nieman, DC. Cooper Institute "Effects of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid and vitamin/mineral supplements on immune function, oxidative stress, inflammation, and upper respiratory tract infection in endurance athletes" External Formal Funded $132,000 Nieman, DC. Power Plate "Metabolic Effects of Exercise With or Without Whole Body Vibration" External Formal Funded $21,000 Quindry, J. Mitochondrial mediated cardioprotection against ischemia reperfusion injury and the exercised heart, with the American Heart Association, Principal pending Investigator - Scott Powers, $250,000 Quindry, J. Mitochondrial KATP channels, exercise, and cardioprotection. AREA grant (R-15) with the National Institute of Health, $180,000 over 2 years - FUNDED Quindry, J. Immune Guard/CHIA as a countermeasure to Immunosuppression and infection risk induced by prolonged intense physical stress (Western States 100) $141,000 FUNDED
  9. 9. Utter, AC. Nieman, DC. Penta Water "Effects of Penta Water, bottled water, and Gatorade on markers of hydration status after acute dehydration in collegiate wrestlers" External Formal Funded $38,000 Utter, A.C. and Quindry, J. Effects of Rooisbos Tea, Bottled Water, and Gatorade on Markers of Hydration Status After Acute Dehydration in Collegiate Wrestlers. Reddrox Inc., External Private $30,456 West, S. T. "Strategy for Improving the Health and Fitness of Low-Income Populations Using Public Physical Activity Areas," Internal Funded, $5,000. West, S. T. "Strategy for Improving the Health and Fitness of Low-Income Populations Using Public Physical Activity Areas," Internal Funded, $5,000. West, S. T. & Shores, K. A. "Physical Activity Outcomes During HOPSports Participation," Internal Funded, $15,000. 4. Publications in Print
  10. 10. R Dumk e CL, Niema n DC, Oley K, Lind RH. "Ibupr ofen does not effect serum electr olytes follow ing an ultradi stance run." Britis h Journ al of Sport s Medic ine 41:49 2-496, 2007.
  11. 11. R Dumk e CL, McBri de JM, Niema n DC, Gowi n W, Utter AC, McAn ulty SR. "Thee ffect of durati on and exoge nous carbo hydrat e on gross efficie ncy during cyclin g."Jo urnal of Stren gth and Condi tionin g Resea rch 21:12 14-12 19, 2007.
  12. 12. R Dumk e, C.L., McBri de, J.M., Niema n, D.C., Gowi n, W., Utter, A.C., McAn ulty, S.R. "The effect of durati on and exoge nous carbo hydrat e on gross efficie ncy during cyclin g." Journ al of Stren gth & Condi tionin g Resea rch. (2007) . 21(4): 1214-
  13. 13. R Dumk e, C.L., McBri de, J.M., Niema n, D.C., Gowi n, W., Utter, A.C., McAn ulty, S.R. "The effect of durati on and exoge nous carbo hydrat e on gross efficie ncy during cyclin g." Journ al of Stren gth & Condi tionin g Resea rch. (2007) . 21(4): 1214-
  14. 14. R Frau man, E., Rabin owitz, E. & Carlia le, G. (2008) "A prelim inary revie w of the use of "Leav e no trace" prinici ples amon g colleg e outdo or progra ms: Implic ations for public land manag ers, SERR Proce edings "
  15. 15. N Frau man, E., & Banks , S. (2007) . "An exami nation of reside nt percep tions of comm unity and touris m develo pment ." Repor t for Watau ga Count y Board of Com missio ners, Boone Town Counc il, Boone Cham ber of Com merce , Blowi ng
  16. 16. N Frau man, E., (in press). "The histor y of Frisbe e®. Dictio nary of Ameri can Histor y." Farmi ngton Hills, MI: Charle s Scribn er’s Sons/ Thom son Gale.
  17. 17. N Frau man, E. (2007) . Com mittee update s: Public ation and resear ch comm ittee. In the AOR E Assoc iation Newsl etter (electr onic), 4, 7
  18. 18. N Frau man, E. (2007) . Com mittee update s: Public ation and resear ch comm ittee. In the AOR E Assoc iation Newsl etter (electr onic), 3, 7
  19. 19. N Frau man, E., & Holla nd, A. (2007) . "Stud ent percep tions of Appal achian State Unive rsity’s footba ll progra m." Repor t for Athlet ic Depar tment Appal achian State Unive rsity. Office of Stude nt Resea rch and Athlet ic Depar tment, Appal achian State
  20. 20. N Frau man, E., & Banks , S. (2007) . "Resi dent percep tions of touris m relate d impac ts on the natura l enviro nment and comm unity in a gatew ay mount ain count y." 13th Inter natio nal Symp osium on Societ y and Natur al Resou rces
  21. 21. N Frau man, E., Collet te, L., & Welle r, T. J. (2007) . "Acce ss, compl iance, and the enviro nment : Prelim inary implic ations for colleg e outdo or progra ms at public land climbi ng sites." 2007 Assoc iation of Outdo or Recre ation and Educ ation
  22. 22. N Gaski ll, P. Work book Contri butor- Evalu ation in Recre ation Mana gemen t and Leisur e Servic es
  23. 23. R James , J. J. & Powel l, G. (2007) . "Playi ng the Hand You Are Dealt. " Schol e: A Journ al of Leisu re Studi es and Recre ation Educ ation 22: 73-77.
  24. 24. R Vadal a, C., Bixler , R. D., & James , J. J. (2007) "Child hood Play and Envir onme ntal Intere sts: Panac ea or Snake Oil?" Journ al of Envir onme ntal Educ ation 39 (1): 3-18.
  25. 25. R Kim mel, C. "Embr acing Chang e" - Athlet ic Thera py Today - Volu me 12 - Numb er 3 - May 2007
  26. 26. R McAn ulty SR, Owen s JT, McAn ulty LS, Niema n DC, Morro w JD, Dumk e CL, Milne GL. "Ibupr ofen use during extre me exerci se: Effect s on oxidat ive stress and PGE2. " Medic al Scien ce Sport s and Exerc ise 39:10 75-10 79, 2007.
  27. 27. R McAn ulty SR, McAn ulty LS, Morro w JD, Niema n DC, Owen s JT, Carpe r CM. "Influ ence of carbo hydrat e, intens e exerci se, and rest interv als on hormo nal and oxidat ive chang es." Inter natio nal Journ al of Sport Nutrit ion and Exerc ise
  28. 28. R McAn ulty SR, McAn ulty LS, Niema n DC, Morro w JD, Dumk e CL, Henso n DA. "Effec t of NSAI D on muscl e injury and oxidat ive stress. " Inter natio nal Journ al of Sport s Medic ine 28:00 0, 2007.
  29. 29. R McAn ulty SR, McAn ulty LS, Niema n DC, Morro w JD, Dumk e CL, Utter AC. Carbo hydrat e effect: hormo ne and oxidat ive chang es. Int J Sports Med 28:00 0, 2007.
  30. 30. R McAn ulty SR, McAn ulty LS, Niema n DC, Quind ry JC, Hosic k PA, Hudso n MH, Still L, Henso n DA, Milne GL, Morro w JD, Dumk e CL, Utter AC, Triple tt NT, Dibar nardi A. Chron ic querce tin ingesti on and exerci se- induce d oxidat ive damag e and
  31. 31. R McAn ulty SR, McAn ulty LS, Niema n DC, Morro w JD, Dumk e CL, Henso n DA. Effect of NSAI D on muscl e injury and oxidat ive stress. Int J Sports Med 28:00 0, 2007.
  32. 32. R S.R. McAn ulty, P. Hosic k, L.S. McAn ulty, J.C. Quind ry, M. Hudso n, J.D. Morro w, G.L. Milne, and M. Austin . "Effec t of pharm acolog ical deplet ion of plasm a urate on exerci se- induce d oxidat ive stress (2007) ." Appli ed Physi ology,
  33. 33. R Matth ew B. Hudso n, Peter A. Hosic k, Grant O. McCa ulley, Linds ey Schrie ber, Jenna Wried en, Steve n R. McAn ulty, N. Travis Triple tt, Jeff McBri de, & John C. Quind ry. "Bloo d oxidat ive stress follow ing differe nt acute resista nce exerci
  34. 34. N McAn ulty, SR. Perspe ctives -Facul ty Public ations. (2008) 2(3):3 -4
  35. 35. N McAn ulty, SR. PRWe b Press Releas e News wire – "Pion eering Clinic al Study shows Uniqu e Resve ratrol Delive ry Matri x Is Orally Bioact ive" N McAn ulty, SR. "NSA IDs Can Make Muscl e Soren essWo rse" - Musc ular Devel opme nt
  36. 36. N McAn ulty, SR. "Ox stress, rest, and carbo hydrat e" - Shape Maga zine N McAn ulty, SR." A Not- So- Clutch Reliev er" – Men’ s Healt h Nove mber 2007
  37. 37. R Nuzzo , J.L., McCa ulley, G.O., Cormi e, P., Urbizt ondo, Z., Cavill , M.J., Burr, A., Cayea , E., McBr ide, J.M. "Trun k muscl e activit y during stabili ty ball and free weigh t exerci ses." Journ al of Stren gth & Condi tionin g Resea rch. (2008) . 22(1):
  38. 38. R Bazett - Jones, D.M., McBr ide, J.M., Gibso n, M.H. "Sprin t and vertic al jump perfor mance s are not affect ed by six weeks of static hamst ring stretch ing." Journ al of Stren gth & Condi tionin g Resea rch. (2008) . 22(1): 25-31.
  39. 39. McBr ide, J.M. "Meth odolo gical concer ns for measu ring power output in the jump squat. " Journ al of Stren gth & Condi tionin g Resea rch. (2007) . 21(2): 424-4 30. R Cormi e, P., McBr ide, J.M., McCa ulley, G.O. "Valid ation of power measu rment techni ques
  40. 40. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Gojanovich G, Davis JM, Dumke CL, Utter AC, Murphy R EA, Pearce S, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS. "Immune changes: 2-h of continuous vs. intermittent cycling." International Journal of Sports Medicine 28:625-630, 2007. R Nieman DC. "Marathon training and immune function." Sports Medicine 37:412-415, 2007. Davis JM, Nieman DC, Murphy EA. "Response to “unusually low plasma R concentrations of lipopolysaccharide following 160-km race.” Brain Behavior and Immunity 21:515, 2007. R Nieman DC, LaSasso H, Austin MD, Pearce S, McInnis T, Unick J. Validation of Cosmed’s FitMate in measuring exercise metabolism. Res Sports Med 15:67-75, 2007. R Nieman DC. Exercise and immunity: clinical studies. In: Ader R, ed. Psychoneuroimmunology (4th edition). San Diego: Elsevier Inc., pp. 661-673, 2007. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Gross SJ, Jenkins DP, Davis JM, Murphy EA, Carmichael R MD, Dumke CL, Utter AC, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Mayer EP. Quercetin reduces illness but not immune perturbations after intensive exercise. Med Sci Sports Exerc 39:1561-1569, 2007. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Davis JM, Dumke CL, Gross SJ, Jenkins DP, Murphy EA, Carmichael MD, Quindry JC, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Utter AC, Mayer EP. Quercetin ingestion does not alter cytokine changes in athletes competing in the R Western States Endurance Run. J Interferon Cytokine Res 27(12):1003-1012, 2007. Nieman DC, Henson DA, Davis JM, Murphy EA, Jenkins DP, Gross SJ, Carmichael MD, Quindry JC, Dumke CL, Utter AC, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Mayer EP. R Quercetin’s influence on exercise-induced changes in plasma cytokines and muscle and leukocyte cytokine mRNA. J Appl Physiol 103:1728-1735, 2007. Henson DA, Nieman DC, Davis JM, Dumke CL, Gross SJ, Murphy EA, Carmichael MD, Jenkins DP, Quindry JC, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Utter AC, Mayer EP. R Post-160-km race illness rates and decreases in granulocyte oxidative burst activity and salivary IgA output are not countered by quercetin ingestion. Int J Sports Med, January, 2008 (epub). N Nieman, D. 6 health/fitness column articles for the Asheville Citizen Times newspaper N Nieman, D. 6 health/fitness column articles for the Watauga Democrat N Nieman, D. Six column articles for ACSM's Health and Fitness Journal. Borst, S., Quindry, J., Conover, C., and Powers, S. "Testosterone Administration R Induces Protection Against Myocardial Stunning" Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise (in review).
  41. 41. Quindry, J.C. French, J., Hamilton, K, Lee, Y. Selsby, J. & Powers, S. R Cyclooxygenase -2 is unaltered by exercise in the young and old heart. Journal of Phyiology (in review). Quindry, J.C., Hamilton, K., French, J., Lee, Y., Murlasits, Z., Tumer, N., Powers, S. R "Heat shock protein -72 expression is not essential for exercise induced protection against infarction and apoptosis following ischemia-reperfusion" Journal of Applied Physiology (in press). Broeder, C., Panton, L, J. King, Quindry, J. C., & Browder, K., &. "The Acute and R Chronic Metabolic Effects of Interval Versus Steady-State Training in Obese Women". International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Metabolism (in press). R Quindry, J.C. Yount, D., O’Bryant, H. "Exercise retention is differentially motivated by age-dependent factors" Research in SportsMedicine (in review). R Quindry, J.C., Hamilton," Exercise induced cardioprotection: an overview of a unique form of preconditioning." Current Cardiology Reviews. (in press). R French, J.P., Hamilton, K.L., Quindry, J.C., Lee, Y., & Powers, S.K. "MnSOD antisense oligonucleotides attenuate exercise-induced protection against ischemia- reperfusion induced apoptosis." FASEB (in press) Quindry, J., McAnulty, S., Hudson, M., Hosick, P., Dumke, C., Morrow, , J., Henson, R D., McAnulty, L Nieman , D., "Oral quercetin supplementation and blood oxidative stress during ultra marathon competition." International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Metabolism (in review). Rabinowitz, E., Frauman, E. & Gaskill, P (2007) Evaluation in Recreation R Management and Leisure Services R Rabinowitz, E., & James, J. (2007) Leisure and the Lifespan R Rabinowitz, E. & Frauman, E. (2008). "Sensation-seeking in college students who participate in outdoor programs verses intramural programming AORE Proceedings" Rabinowitz, E. Frauman, E., Williams, W., McRorie, M. & Greene, Z. (2008)." An R investigation of constraint to white-water rafting at USNWC SERR Proceedings" Atkins,C. & Rabinowitz, E. (2008). "An evaluation of the benefits of a terrain park as a R pull factor, SERR Proceedings"
  42. 42. Sibley, B. A. & Beilock, S. (2007). Exercise and working memory: An individual R differences investigation. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 29(6), 783-791. Carson, L., Bulger, S., & Townsend, J. S. (2007). "Enhancing responsible student R decision-making in physical activity." In W. Davis & G. Broadhead (Ed.), Ecological task analysis and movement (pp. 141-159). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. Utter AC, Nieman DC, Dumke CL, McAnulty SR, Kang J, R Utter, AC. , Nieman, DC, McAnulty, SR. Dumke, CL. Kang, J. McAnulty LS. Ratings of perceived exertion during intermittent and continuous exercise. Percept Motor Skill 104:1079-1087, 2007. Utter AC, Kang J, Nieman DC, Dumke CL, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS. R Carbohydrate attenuates perceived exertion during intermittent exercise and recovery. Med Sci Sport Exerc 39(5):880-885, 2007. Utter, AC. Robertson RJ, Goss FL, Aaron DJ, Utter AC, and Nagle E. "Omni scale R rating of perceived exertion at ventilatory breakpoint by direct observations of children’s kinematics." Perceptvie Motor Skill: 104:975-984, 2007. Utter, AC. NFHS Wrestling Weight Management Program. High School Today, N Dec.07/Jan.08. Utter, C. Development and Revision of Text manual for HP3700 Health Behavior N Change (2nd author:copied on campus) West, S. T. "The S.M.A.R.T.er Approach to Teaching Goals and Objectives." R SCHOLE: A Journal of Leisure Studies and Recreation Education. (2007). 99-104. Crompton, J. & West. S. T. "The Role of Moral Philosophies, Operational Criteria and R Operational Strategies in Determining Equitable Allocation of Resources for Leisure Services in the United States." Leisure Studies. (2008). 27(1): 35-58. West, S. T. & Shores, K. A. "Physical Activity Outcomes During HOPSports Participation." Technical Report prepared for Be Active North Carolina, Inc and the Be N Active-Appalachian Partnership. Bryan, C. & West, S. T. "Needs Assessment for Phase II of Brookshire Park." Technical Report prepared for the Watauga County Parks and Recreation Department. N Information was used as supporting evidence in the preparation of a $500,000 PARTFF grant. 5. Presentations Banks, S., Tambellini, M., & Tomas, S. Product Development Cycle: How Research is Used
  43. 43. Through the Development of a New Tourism Product. (Panel Discussion). Southeast States Chapter of the Travel and Tourism Association Conference. Asheville, NC: April 1, 2008. Banks, S. & Harrison, M. An Evaluation of the Impact of River Guide Interpretation Training on the Client’s Knowledge and Interest Regarding the Environment (Illustrated Paper). Southeast States Chapter of the Travel and Tourism Association Conference. Asheville, NC: April 1, 2008. Dumke, C.L. Health/Fitness Instructors Workshop Speaker, “Cardio-Respiratory Fitness Lecture” Dumke, C.L. The economy of running and cycling: from assumptions and speculation to scientific evidence. SEACSM, T8, pg 24, 2008. Dumke, C.L. Watauga Medical Center Continuing Medical Education, Boone, NC, September 2007 “Insulin Resistance, Diabetes and Exercise” Dumke, C.L. Western States 100 Medical Seminar, Squaw Valley, C.A., June 2007 “WSER Results from 05-06” Frauman, E., Rabinowitz, E. & Carliale, G. (2008) A preliminary review of the use of "Leave no trace" priniciples among college outdoor programs: Implications for public land managers, SERR Charlston, SC Frauman, E., & Banks, S. (2007). Resident perceptions of tourism related impacts on the natural environment and community in a gateway mountain county. Paper presented at the 13th International Symposium on Society and Natural Resources (ISSRM) Conference, Park City, UT. Tang, T., Cunningham, P. H., Frauman, E., Ivy, M., & Perry, T. (2007). Is the love of money related to occupational commitment? Differences between baby boomers and gen-xers. Paper presented the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology (IAREP) Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Frauman, E. (2007). Major issues in outdoor programs. Paper presented at Students in the Great Outdoors Conference, Appalachian State University, NC. Holland, A., & Frauman, E. (2007). Student perceptions of the football program at Appalachian State University. Paper presented at the Tenth Annual Celebration of Student Research and Creative Endeavors, Appalachian State University, NC. Frauman, E., & Banks, S. (2007). Resident perceptions of tourism related impacts on the natural environment and community in a gateway mountain county. Paper presented at the 13th International Symposium on Society and Natural Resources (ISSRM) Conference, Park City, UT. Tang, T., Cunningham, P. H., Frauman, E., Ivy, M., & Perry, T. (2007). Is the love of money
  44. 44. related to occupational commitment? Differences between baby boomers and gen-xers. Paper presented the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology (IAREP) Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Gaskill, P. Presenter- November, 2007-Hubbard Center, ASU, New Chairs' Worshop: Evaluating Your Faculty Gaskill, P. Presenter- March, 2008- Hubbard Center, ASU, Department Chair Retreat: Faculty Evaluation Harrison, M., Banks, S. (November, 2007). An evaluation of a headwaters institute seminar. Presented at Resort and Commercial Recreation Association Research Symposium. Paradise Island, Bahamas: November 4-7, 2007. Harrison, M., Banks, S. The impact of a headwaters institute seminar on river guide client experiences. Presented at Headwaters Institute Watershed Educator’s Workshop, Redmond, Oregon. Harrison, M. (February, 2008). The impact of a headwaters institute seminar on river guide client experiences. Presented at Headwaters Institute Watershed Educator’s Workshop, Redmond, Oregon. Austin, P., Martin, S., Harrison, M., West, S. (February, 2008). What is the importance of the climbers’ development f values to the ‘unwritten code of ethics’ that impacts both the environment and the community. Presented at the Southeastern Recreation Research Conference. Savannah, Ga. Harrison, M., Banks, S. (November, 2007). An evaluation of a headwaters institute seminar. Presented at Resort and Commercial Recreation Association Research Symposium. Paradise Island, Bahamas: November 4-7, 2007. Harrison, M., Banks, S. The impact of a headwaters institute seminar on river guide client experiences. Presented at Headwaters Institute Watershed Educator’s Workshop, Redmond, Oregon. Austin, P., Martin, S., Harrison, M., West, S. (February, 2008). What is the importance of the climbers’ development f values to the ‘unwritten code of ethics’ that impacts both the environment and the community. Presented at the Southeastern Recreation Research Conference. Savannah, Ga. Harrison, M., Banks, S. (November, 2007). An evaluation of a headwaters institute seminar. Presented at Resort and Commercial Recreation Association Research Symposium. Paradise Island, Bahamas: November 4-7, 2007. James, J. J. (Jan. 2008). Presented What Children’s Perceptions of Indoor-and Outdoor-type People Can Tell Us? at the Coalition for Education in the Outdoors 9th Biennial Research
  45. 45. Symposium in Martinsville, Indiana James, J. J. & Bixler, R. D. (Feb. 2008). Presented Self-Efficacy Isn’t Enough: Developing Competency and Caring for Nature Through Camp Experiences at the research forum during the American Camp Association National Conference in Nashville, Tennessee James, J. J. & Bixler, R. D. (Feb. 2008). Presented Don’t be the Last Child in the Woods: Fostering Nature Connections at the Appalachian State University Summer Jobs Fair - Invited speaker on my research with Environmental Socialization Kernodle, M. Motor Learning Sports Science Course taught at the USPTA National Conference held in Saddlebrook, Florida in September of 2007 Kernodle, M. Motor Learning Sports Science Course taught at the USPTA Middle Atlantic Conference held in Williamsburg, Virginia in February of 2008 Kernodle, M. Workshop on Teaching Tennis the Modern Way: USPTA Middle Atlantic Conferenced held in Williamsburg, Virginia Kimmel, C. Keynote: Current Issues in Athletic Training - GLATA Meeting - Toledo, Ohio Kimmel, C. Keynote - EATA Meeting - Valley Forge, Pennsylvania Kimmel, C. Keynote - Kentucky Women's Intercollegiate Consortium - Lexington, KY Kimmel, C. NATA Student Offerings - Central Michigan University - Mt. Pleasant, Michigan Kimmel, C. Current Topics in the NATA and You - Central Michigan University - Mt. Pleasant, Michigan Kimmel, C. NATA and You - South Carolina Athletic Trianers' Association Annual Meeting - Columbia, South Carolina Kimmel, C. Bobby Gunn Tribute - NATA Clinical Symposium - Anaheim, California Kimmel, C. State of the Association Address - NATA Clinical Symposium - Anaheim, California Kimmel, C. Embracing Change - FWATA Meeting - Las Vegas, Nevada Kimmel, C. Meet the President - Lees-McRae College - Banner Elk, North Carolina Kimmel, C. MRSA - North Carolina High School Coach's Association Summer Meeting - Greensboro, North Carolina Kimmel, C. The NATA and You - Appalachian State University Athletic Training Students - Boone, North Carolina
  46. 46. Kimmel, C. NATA: Involve & Evolve and You - Washington, DC Kimmel, C. The NATA and You, Student Membership - Catawba College - Salisbury, North Carolina Lindsey E. Schreiber, Steven R. McAnulty, Lisa S. McAnulty, Peter A. Hosick, Jenna L. Wrieden, Mathew B. Hudson, John C. Quindry, David C. Nieman, and Dru A. Henson.2008 Southeastern American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Birmingham, AL, February: 8:30 EFFECTS OF RESVERATROL AND CATECHINS WITH EXHAUSTIVE EXERCISE ON OXIDATIVE STRESS AND INFLAMMATORY MARKERS McAnulty, SR, McAnulty, LS, Quindry, JC, Nieman, DC, Hosick, PA, Dumke, CL, Utter, AC, Triplett, NT, Hudson, M., Still, L, Henson, DA, and Dibarnardi, A. OXIDATIVE STRESS AND PHARMACOLOGIC QUERCETIN DURING INTENSE EXERCISE. (FASEB 07, Washington, D.C.). Hosick PA, McAnulty SR, McAnulty LS, Quindry JS, Hudson MB, Still L, Owens JT, DiBernardi A. "Role of Plasma Uric Acid Concentration in Oxidative Stress and Antioxidant Capacity." (April 2007) 11th Celebration of Student Research - Appalachian State University Kraska, J.M., Swisher, A.M, Ramsey, M.W., Nelson, C., Sands, W.A., Haff, G.G., Hasegawa, H., McBride, J.M., Stone, M.E., Stone, M.H. Presented (February 2008). "Relationship of peak isometric strength to rate of force development among collegiate track and field athletes." at the American College of Sport Medicine Southeast Regional Conference in Birmingham, AL. Swisher, A.M., Kraska, J.M., Ramsey, M.W., Painter, K., Gooden, C., Layne, A., Sands, W.A., Haff, G.G., McBride, J.M., Stone, M.E., Stone, M.H. (February 2008). Presented "The relationship of peak isometric strength to peak aerobic power and 3000 m performance in cross- country runners." at the American College of Sports Medicine Southeast Regional Conference in Birmingham, AL. McBride, J.M., Cormie, P., McCaulley, G.O. (July 2007). Presented "Analysis of force, power and velocity-time curves during jump squats: impact of training and load." at the National Strength & Conditioning Association Annual Conference in Atlanta, GA. Nuzzo, J.L, McCaulley, G.O., Cormie, P., McBride, J.M. (July 2007). Presented "Influence of power and strength power training on load-velocity performance." at the National Strength & Conditioning Association Annual Conference in Atlanta, GA. McCaulley, G.O., McBride, J.M., Nuzzo, J.L., Cavill, M.J., Urbiztondo, Z., Cormie, P. (July 2007). Presented "Influence of eccentric pre-load on mechanical efficiency during repetitive vertical jumping." at the National Strength & Conditioning Association Annual Conference in Atlanta, GA. Cavill, M.J., McCaulley, G.O., Nuzzo, J.L., McBride, J.M. (July 2007). Presented "Comparison
  47. 47. of volume determination methods in lower body resistance exercise." at the National Strength & Conditioning Association Annual Conference in Atlanta, GA. McBride, J.M. (December 2007). Pressented "Measurement techniques, maximum strength, explosive exercise, unstable training and a few other things you probably have not thought about." at the Second Annual Coaches & Sports Science College in Johnson City, TN. McBride, J.M. (August 2007). Presented "Is functional training really functional?" at the Strength & Conditioning Symposium for the Medical Professions in Johnson City, TN. McBride, J.M. (May 2007). Presented "Training for Strength & Power." at the United Kingdom Strength & Conditioning Association Annual Meeting in Lahrs, Scottland. Kraska, J.M., Swisher, A.M, Ramsey, M.W., Nelson, C., Sands, W.A., Haff, G.G., Hasegawa, H., McBride, J.M., Stone, M.E., Stone, M.H. Presented (February 2008). "Relationship of peak isometric strength to rate of force development among collegiate track and field athletes." at the American College of Sport Medicine Southeast Regional Conference in Birmingham, AL. Swisher, A.M., Kraska, J.M., Ramsey, M.W., Painter, K., Gooden, C., Layne, A., Sands, W.A., Haff, G.G., McBride, J.M., Stone, M.E., Stone, M.H. (February 2008). Presented "The relationship of peak isometric strength to peak aerobic power and 3000 m performance in cross- country runners." at the American College of Sports Medicine Southeast Regional Conference in Birmingham, AL. McBride, J.M., Cormie, P., McCaulley, G.O. (July 2007). Presented "Analysis of force, power and velocity-time curves during jump squats: impact of training and load." at the National Strength & Conditioning Association Annual Conference in Atlanta, GA. McKethan, R.N., & Kernodle, M.W. (January 2008). Demonstration of Academic Excellence and Pre-Service Teacher Leadership Skills Through a Portfolio Process. NAKPEHE national conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Angel, R., Mamlin, N., McKethan, R.N., Norwood, J., Brewer, D. (Sept 2007) "Creating Supervision-Focused Communities of Practice Through Successful Applications of Learning Technologies" at the 25th Annual North Carolina Teacher Education Forum, Raleigh, NC On, P. and McKethan, R. (Mar 2008). "Redesigning the Course in an Online Delivery Based on Students' Perception of Online Learning Experiences" at the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada Mohr, D.J.,Townsend, J.S., Bulger, S.M., Martin, S., Kaufman R.and Wilkins, L. (Nov. 2007). Presented "Weight Training: A Team-Based Approach to Learning to Lift" at the North Carolina Association Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance in Greensboro, NC. Mohr, D.J., Townsend, J.S., and Bulger, S.M. (Nov. 2007). Presented "PETE Issues & Ideas: Innovative Field Placements in Your Back Yard" at the North Carolina Association Health,
  48. 48. Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance in Greensboro, NC. Mohr, D.J., Townsend, J.S., and Bulger, S.M. (Oct. 2007), Presented "Training Pre-Service Teachers to use Sport Education" at the Historic Traditions & Future Directions in Research on Teaching & Teacher Education in Physical Education in Pittsburgh, PA. Nieman, D. International Life Science Institute, Washington, DC, April, 2007: "Nutritional strategies to counter immune dysfunction in athletes." Nieman, D. Coca Cola Headquarters, Atlanta, GA, April, 2007: "Quercetin As A Countermeasure to Exercise-Induced Immune Dysfunction." Nieman, D. Paula Newby-Fraser Triathlete Seminar, GSSI, Chicago, IL, July 2007: "Nutritional influences on exercise-induced immune dysfunction." Nieman, D. DARPA PSP investigators, Napa, CA, November, 2007: "Quercetin results and future plans." Nieman, D. Coca Cola Headquarters, Atlanta, GA, February, 2008: "Quercetin Summary of Findings." Henson, Dru A.; Nieman, David C. FACSM; Davis, J. Mark FACSM; Dumke, Charles L. FACSM; Gross, Sarah J.; Jenkins, David P.; Murphy, E. Angela; Carmichael, Martin D.; Quindry, John C.; McAnulty, Steven R.; McAnulty, Lisa S.; Utter, Alan C. FACSM; Mayer, Eugene P.2007 American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, New Orleans, May: 3. Quercetin Ingestion Does Not Alter Cytokine Changes In Athletes Competing in the Western States Endurance Run: 2476: Board #23 June 2 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 39(5) Supplement:S463, May 2007. Rocheleau, Courtney A.; Huelsman, Timothy J.; Penwell, Lauren; Nieman, David C. 2007 American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, New Orleans, May: 4. The Benefits of Quercetin on Cognitive Functioning After Intense Exercise: 1247: Board #10 May 30 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 39(5) Supplement:S165, May 2007. Nieman, David C. FACSM; Henson, Dru A.; Gross, Sarah J.; Jenkins, David P.; Davis, J. Mark FACSM; Murphy, E. Angela; Carmichael, Martin D.; Quindry, John C.; Dumke, Charles L.; Utter, Alan C. FACSM; McAnulty, Steven R.; McAnulty, Lisa S.; Triplett, N. Travis; Mayer, Eugene P.2007 American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, New Orleans, May: 6. Quercetin Reduces Illness Rates But Not Immune Perturbations Following 3 Days Intensive Exercise In Cyclists: 784: May 31 5:00 PM 5:15 PM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 39(5) Supplement:S62, May 2007. David C. Nieman, J. Mark Davis and E. Angela Murphy2008 Southeastern American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Birmingham, AL, February: 10:15-11:45 SYMPOSIUM (Wynfrey E) Influence of Quercetin on Performance
  49. 49. M. McMahon, D.C. Nieman, D.A. Henson, J.L. Wrieden, J.M. Davis, E.A. Murphy, S.J. Gross, L.S. McAnulty, C.L. Dumke, A.C. Utter.2008 Southeastern American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Birmingham, AL, February: 4:30 Oat Beta GLUCAN HAS NO INFLUENCE ON PLASMA CYTOKINES OR BLOOD LEUKOCYTE CYTOKINE mRNA IN CYCLISTS. J Timothy Lightfoot, Amy Wilford, University of North Carolina Charlotte, David C. Nieman, Alan Utter, Appalachian State University. Chair: J Timothy Lightfoot, PhD2008 Southeastern American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Birmingham, AL, February: SPECIAL SESSION (Riverchase B) Update on Licensure of Exercise Physiologists. D.A. Henson, D.C. Nieman, J.M. Davis, E.A. Murphy, M.D. Carmichael, C.L. Dumke, S.J. Gross, D.P. Jenkins, J.C. Quindry, S.R. McAnulty, L.S. McAnulty, A.C. Utter, E.P. Mayer. Post-160 km race illness rates and decreases in granulocyte oxidative burst activitity and salivary IGA output are not countered by quercetin ingestion. (FASEB 07, Washington, D.C.). D.C. Nieman, D.A. Henson, J.M. Davis, E.A. Murphy, D.P. Jenkins, S.J. Gross, M.D. Carmichael, J.C. Quindry, C.L. Dumke, A.C. Utter, S.R. McAnulty, L.S McAnulty, N. Travis Triplett, E.P. Mayer. PLASMA CYTOKINE AND MUSCLE/LEUKOCYTE CYTOKINE mRNA CHANGES FOLLOWING INTENSIVE CYCLING ARE NOT COUNTERED BY QUERCETIN. (FASEB 07, Washington, D.C.). D.A. Henson, D.C. Nieman, J.M. Davis, C.L. Dumke, S.J. Gross, D.P. Jenkins, E.A. Murphy, M.D. Carmichael, J.C. Quindry, S.R. McAnulty, L.S. McAnulty, A.C. Utter, E.P. Mayer. QUERCETIN INGESTION DOES NOT ALTER CYTOKINE CHANGES IN ATHLETES COMPETING IN THE WESTERN STATES ENDURANCE RUN. (FASEB 07, Washington, D.C.). J.L. Wrieden, D.C. Nieman, D.A. Henson, M. McMahon, J.M. Davis, E.A. Murphy, S.J. Gross, L.S. McAnulty, C.L. Dumke, A.C. Utter.2008 Southeastern American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Birmingham, AL, February: EFFECTS OF OAT ÂETA GLUCAN ON IMMUNE FUNCTION AND UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS IN ENDURANCE ATHLETES. Nieman, D. International Life Science Institute, Washington, DC, April, 2007: "Nutritional strategies to counter immune dysfunction in athletes." Nieman, D. Coca Cola Headquarters, Atlanta, GA, April, 2007: "Quercetin As A Countermeasure to Exercise-Induced Immune Dysfunction." Nieman, D. Paula Newby-Fraser Triathlete Seminar, GSSI, Chicago, IL, July 2007: "Nutritional influences on exercise-induced immune dysfunction." Nieman, D. DARPA PSP investigators, Napa, CA, November, 2007: "Quercetin results and future plans."
  50. 50. Nieman, D. Coca Cola Headquarters, Atlanta, GA, February, 2008: "Quercetin Summary of Findings." Henson, Dru A.; Nieman, David C. FACSM; Davis, J. Mark FACSM; Dumke, Charles L. FACSM; Gross, Sarah J.; Jenkins, David P.; Murphy, E. Angela; Carmichael, Martin D.; Quindry, John C.; McAnulty, Steven R.; McAnulty, Lisa S.; Utter, Alan C. FACSM; Mayer, Eugene P.2007 American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, New Orleans, May: 3. Quercetin Ingestion Does Not Alter Cytokine Changes In Athletes Competing in the Western States Endurance Run: 2476: Board #23 June 2 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 39(5) Supplement:S463, May 2007. Rocheleau, Courtney A.; Huelsman, Timothy J.; Penwell, Lauren; Nieman, David C. 2007 American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, New Orleans, May: 4. The Benefits of Quercetin on Cognitive Functioning After Intense Exercise: 1247: Board #10 May 30 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 39(5) Supplement:S165, May 2007. Kinser, A.M., Ramsey, M.W., O’Bryant, H.S., Sands, W.A., Ayres, C., & Stone, M.H. (July 2007). Presented "Vibration and stretching effects on flexibility and explosive strength in gymnasts at National Strength and Conditioning Association Conference, Atlanta, GA. Quindry, J.C., J. French, Hamilton, K.L., Lee, Y, Selsby, J., & Powers, S.K., (2006) Cyclooxygenase-2 is unaltered by exercise in the young and old heart. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 38(5) S416. Mitochondrial KATP channel inhibition blunts arrhythmia protection in exercised hearts John Quindry, Lindsey Schreiber, Jenna Wrieden, Emily Hoyt, Peter Hosick, & Thomas Peterson. Dept of Health, Leisure, & Exercise Science; Appalachian State University, Boone, NC Mitochondrial KATP channel inhibition blunts arrhythmia protection in exercised hearts John Quindry, Lindsey Schreiber, Jenna Wrieden, Emily Hoyt, Peter Hosick, & Thomas Peterson. Evaluation of arrhythmia scoring systems and exercise induced cardioprotection following ischemic reperfusion injury Thomas Peterson, John Quindry, Jenna Wrieden, Lindsey Schreiber, Emily Hoyt, & Peter Hosick Quindry, J.C., J. French, Hamilton, K.L., Lee, Y, Selsby, J., & Powers, S.K., (2006) Cyclooxygenase-2 is unaltered by exercise in the young and old heart. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 38(5) S416. Mitochondrial KATP channel inhibition blunts arrhythmia protection in exercised hearts John Quindry, Lindsey Schreiber, Jenna Wrieden, Emily Hoyt, Peter Hosick, & Thomas Peterson. Dept of Health, Leisure, & Exercise Science; Appalachian State University, Boone, NC Mitochondrial KATP channel inhibition blunts arrhythmia protection in exercised hearts John Quindry, Lindsey Schreiber, Jenna Wrieden, Emily Hoyt, Peter Hosick, & Thomas Peterson.
  51. 51. Evaluation of arrhythmia scoring systems and exercise induced cardioprotection following ischemic reperfusion injury Thomas Peterson, John Quindry, Jenna Wrieden, Lindsey Schreiber, Emily Hoyt, & Peter Hosick Quindry, J.C., J. French, Hamilton, K.L., Lee, Y, Selsby, J., & Powers, S.K., (2006) Cyclooxygenase-2 is unaltered by exercise in the young and old heart. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 38(5) S416. Mitochondrial KATP channel inhibition blunts arrhythmia protection in exercised hearts John Quindry, Lindsey Schreiber, Jenna Wrieden, Emily Hoyt, Peter Hosick, & Thomas Peterson. Dept of Health, Leisure, & Exercise Science; Appalachian State University, Boone, NC Mitochondrial KATP channel inhibition blunts arrhythmia protection in exercised hearts John Quindry, Lindsey Schreiber, Jenna Wrieden, Emily Hoyt, Peter Hosick, & Thomas Peterson. Evaluation of arrhythmia scoring systems and exercise induced cardioprotection following ischemic reperfusion injury Thomas Peterson, John Quindry, Jenna Wrieden, Lindsey Schreiber, Emily Hoyt, & Peter Hosick Rabinowitz, E (2007) An examination of physical activity and health behaviors of individuals with disabilities Cooper Institute Dallas, TX. Rabinowitz, E Paul, J., Powell, G. & Rabinowitz, G. (2007). Camp campus connection ACA SE Jacksonville, Fl Rabinowitz, E. & Frauman, E. (2008). Sensation-seeking in college students who participate in outdoor programs verses intramural programming AORE Asheville, NC Rabinowitz, E. Frauman, E., Williams, W., McRorie, M. & Greene, Z. (2008). An investigation of constraint to white-water rafting at USNWC SERR, Charlston, SC Atkins,C. & Rabinowitz, E. (2008). Pull factor of a ski terraine park, SERR Charlston, SC Rabinowitz, E (2007) An examination of physical activity and health behaviors of individuals with disabilities Cooper Institute Dallas, TX. Rabinowitz, E Paul, J., Powell, G. & Rabinowitz, G. (2007). Camp campus connection ACA SE Jacksonville, Fl Rabinowitz, E. & Frauman, E. (2008). Sensation-seeking in college students who participate in outdoor programs verses intramural programming AORE Asheville, NC Rabinowitz, E. Frauman, E., Williams, W., McRorie, M. & Greene, Z. (2008). An investigation of constraint to white-water rafting at USNWC SERR, Charlston, SC
  52. 52. Atkins,C. & Rabinowitz, E. (2008). Pull factor of a ski terraine park, SERR Charlston, SC Rabinowitz, E (2007) An examination of physical activity and health behaviors of individuals with disabilities Cooper Institute Dallas, TX. Sibley, B. A. Invited speaker, NC National Stregth and Conditioning Association workshop, 11/3/2007 Bulger, S.M., Townsend, J.S., and Mohr, D.J. (Oct. 2007). Presented "Challenges in Sport Education and Proposed Solutions: Generating a Consensus of Opinion" at the Historic Traditions & Future Directions in Research on Teaching & Teacher Education in Physical Education in Pittsburgh, PA. Townsend, J.S., Mohr, D.J., and Bulger, S.M. (Oct. 2007). Presented "Augmenting Clinical Fitness Assessment With User Friendly Field-Based Assessment" at the North Carolina Youth Strength and Conditioning Clinic in Boone, NC. Nuzzo, J.L, McCaulley, G.O., Cormie, P., Triplett, N.T., McBride, J.M. (July 2007). Presented "Trunk muscle activity during stability ball and free weight exercises." at the National Strength & Conditioning Association Annual Conference in Atlanta, GA. Triplett, T. Conference Attendance: NSCA (Atlanta, GA); Strength and Conditioning Symposium for the Medical Professional (Johnson City, TN); Swimming Science Seminar (Granada, Spain) McCaulley, G.O., Triplett, T. , P. Cormie, M. Hudson, Z.G. Urbiztondo, J.L. Nuzzo, and J.M. McBride. (July 2007). Presented "Neuromuscular and endocrine response to three different volume-equated resistance exercise protocols" at the National Strength and Conditioning Association National Conference in Atlanta, GA. Nuzzo, J.L., G.O. McCaulley, P. Cormie, Triplett, T. , and J.M. McBride. (July 2007). Presented "Influence of power and strength-power training on load-velocity performance" at the National Strength and Conditioning Association National Conference in Atlanta, GA. Nuzzo, J.L., G.O. McCaulley, P. Cormie, Triplett, T. , and J.M. McBride. (July 2007). Presented "Trunk muscle activity during stability ball and free weight exercises" at the National Strength and Conditioning Association National Conference in Atlanta, GA. Triplett, T. (July 2007). Presented “Resistance Training and Overweight Youth: Lessons Learned from the Elderly” at the NSCA National Conference and Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA. Triplett, T. (August 2007). Presented “Resistance Training and Quality of Life in the Aging Population” at the Strength and Conditioning Symposium for the Medical Professions in Johnson City, TN.
  53. 53. Triplett, T. Conference Attendance: NSCA (Atlanta, GA); Strength and Conditioning Symposium for the Medical Professional (Johnson City, TN); Swimming Science Seminar (Granada, Spain) McCaulley, G.O., Triplett, T. , P. Cormie, M. Hudson, Z.G. Urbiztondo, J.L. Nuzzo, and J.M. McBride. (July 2007). Presented "Neuromuscular and endocrine response to three different volume-equated resistance exercise protocols" at the National Strength and Conditioning Association National Conference in Atlanta, GA. Nuzzo, J.L., G.O. McCaulley, P. Cormie, Triplett, T. , and J.M. McBride. (July 2007). Presented "Influence of power and strength-power training on load-velocity performance" at the National Strength and Conditioning Association National Conference in Atlanta, GA. Utter, Alan C. FACSM; Nieman, David C. FACSM; Dumke, Charles L. FACSM; McAnulty, Steve R.; Quindry, John C.; McAnulty, Lisa S.2007 American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, New Orleans, May: 2. Quercetin Supplementation and Perceived Exertion During Three Days of Intensive Exercise in Cyclists: 2562: Board #109 June 2 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 39(5) Supplement:S484, May 2007. Utter, AC. Weight Management in Amateur Wrestling. Presented at the American Association of Professional Ringside Physicians, San Juan, Peurto Rico, Nov. 2007. Childress, Suzanne; Utter, Alan C. FACSM; Nieman, David C. FACSM; Dumke, Charles L. FACSM; McAnulty, Steve R.; Quindry, John C.; McAnulty, Lisa S.2007 American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, New Orleans, May: 1. Quercetin Ingestion Does Not Effect Perceived Exertion in Athletes Competing in the Western States Endurance Run: 2563: Board #110 June 2 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 39(5) Supplement:S484, May 2007. Henderson, K., West, S.T. & Schuder, R. "Utilizing Research as a Management Practice Tool, " at the 2007 National Health & Livability Summit sponsored by the National Recreation & Park Association (invited speaker). West, S. T. & Shores, K. “Fight the Fat! Designing Park and Recreation Facilities to Promote Physical Activity,” at the 2007 SC/NC Recreation & Park Association Conference, Charleston, SC. Shores, K. & West, S. T. “Environmental Explanations for Age-Based Differences in Leisure Time Physical Activity,” at the 2007 Leisure Reasearch Symposim at the National Recreation & Park Association Conference, Indianapolis, IN. West, S. T. & Shores, K. “Rational choice perspective as an explanation of willingness to pay for tax increases to support recreation services,” at the 2007 Leisure Reasearch Symposim at the National Recreation & Park Association Conference, Indianapolis, IN. Austin, P., Martin, S., West, S. T. & Harrison, M. B. "What is the Importance of the Climbers'
  54. 54. Development of Values?,” at the 30th Annual Southeastern Recreation Research Conference, Asheville, NC. West, S. T. & Shores, K. "Comparing Program Facilitation Styles and Children's Leisure-Time Physical Activity," at the Cooper Institute Conference on Physical Activity, Dallas, TX. Shores, K. & West, S. T. "Extra-Individual Correlates of Physical Activity Attainment in Rural Older Adults," at the Cooper Institute Conference on Physical Activity, Dallas, TX. Shores, K. & West, S. T. “The Relationship Between Built Park Environments and Physical Activity Outcomes in Urban and Rural Communities,” at the 2008 Annual Pediatric Healthy Weight Summit, Greenville, NC. West, S. T. "Programming for Women," at the 2008 Air Force Outdoor Recreation Pre- Conference Workshop for the National Assoication of Outdoor Recreation Education Conference, Asheville, NC. Henderson, K., West, S.T. & Schuder, R. "Utilizing Research as a Management Practice Tool, " at the 2007 National Health & Livability Summit sponsored by the National Recreation & Park Association (invited speaker). West, S. T. & Shores, K. “Fight the Fat! Designing Park and Recreation Facilities to Promote Physical Activity,” at the 2007 SC/NC Recreation & Park Association Conference, Charleston, SC. Shores, K. & West, S. T. “Environmental Explanations for Age-Based Differences in Leisure Time Physical Activity,” at the 2007 Leisure Reasearch Symposim at the National Recreation & Park Association Conference, Indianapolis, IN. West, S. T. & Shores, K. “Rational choice perspective as an explanation of willingness to pay for tax increases to support recreation services,” at the 2007 Leisure Reasearch Symposim at the National Recreation & Park Association Conference, Indianapolis, IN. Austin, P., Martin, S., West, S. T. & Harrison, M. B. "What is the Importance of the Climbers' Development of Values?,” at the 30th Annual Southeastern Recreation Research Conference, Asheville, NC. West, S. T. & Shores, K. "Comparing Program Facilitation Styles and Children's Leisure-Time Physical Activity," at the Cooper Institute Conference on Physical Activity, Dallas, TX. Shores, K. & West, S. T. "Extra-Individual Correlates of Physical Activity Attainment in Rural Older Adults," at the Cooper Institute Conference on Physical Activity, Dallas, TX. Shores, K. & West, S. T. “The Relationship Between Built Park Environments and Physical Activity Outcomes in Urban and Rural Communities,” at the 2008 Annual Pediatric Healthy Weight Summit, Greenville, NC.
  55. 55. West, S. T. "Programming for Women," at the 2008 Air Force Outdoor Recreation Pre- Conference Workshop for the National Assoication of Outdoor Recreation Education Conference, Asheville, NC. Henderson, K., West, S.T. & Schuder, R. "Utilizing Research as a Management Practice Tool, " at the 2007 National Health & Livability Summit sponsored by the National Recreation & Park Association (invited speaker). Williams, W. Accreditation by Professional Organizations, 21st Association for Outdoor Recreation and Education Conference, Asheville (with Rich Campbell and John Paul McNeal. 11/2/07 Williams, W. Things to Come: The Role of State Parks in the Future, 57th Annual North Carolina State Park Superintendents Conference, Brown Summit. 11/6/07 6. Summary of Meetings Attended by Faculty: Banks, S. International Lilly Teaching Conference - Oxford, Ohio National Lilly Conference on Teaching - Greensboro, NC Dumke, C.L. Attendance at Southeast American College of Sports Medicine Conference, Feb. 2007, Birmingham, NC. Attendance at National American College of Sports Medicine 2007 Conference, New Orleans, LA Kernodle, M. Attended NAKPEHE National Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico in January 2008 Attended: Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching Kimmel, C. Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers' Association Annual Meeting - Virginia Beach, Virginia National Athletic Trainers' Association Annual Clinical Symposium - Anaheim, California Southwest Athletic Trainers' Association Annual Meeting - Arlington, Texas Eastern Athletic Trainers' Association Annual Meeting - Valley Forge, Pennsylvania Southeast Athletic Trainers' Association Annual Meeting - Franklin, Tennessee
  56. 56. Great Lakes Athletic Trainers' Association Annual Meeting - Toledo, Ohio South Carolina Athletic Trainers' Association Annual Meeting - Columbia, South Carolina Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers' Association Annual Meeting - Virginia Beach, Virginia McBride, JM. National Strength & Conditioning Association Annual Conference McKethan, R. NAKPEHE National Conference Mohr, D.J. Annual North Carolina College Conference on Professional Preparation in Health and Physical Education, Raleigh, North Carolina. Polar Tri-Fit and PE Manager Software, West Virginia Unviertsity, West Virginia. North Carolina Association Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance in Greensboro, NC (Nov. 2007). Historic Traditions & Future Directions in Research on Teaching & Teacher Education in Physical Education in Pittsburgh, PA. (Oct. 2007) Moul, J. Incorporating Best-Practice for Adult Learners in Clinical Education NCATA March 8, 2008 Wilmington, NC Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers' Association Annual Meeting and Symposium Virginia Beach, VA NCATA Annual Meeting Wilmington, NC Quindry, J. Americal College of Sports Medicine annual meeting in New Orleans FASEB meeting, Wash DC SEACSM meeting, Birmingham, AL Rabinowitz, E North American Association for Environmental Education Reviewer – Professional Convention Attended Teaching Professors Conference Atlanta, GA. Rivera, L. Mid Atlantic Athletic Trainers' Assoc District 3 Symposium/Meeting National Athletic Trainer's Association 58th Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium; Anaheim, CA June 2007 Symposium "The Athlete's Spine" Charlotte, NC
  57. 57. Mid Atlantic Athletic Trainers' Assoc District 3 Symposium/Meeting National Athletic Trainer's Association 58th Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium; Anaheim, CA June 2007 Townsend, J.S. Polar Tri-Fit and PE Manager Software, West Virginia Unviertsity, West Virginia. North Carolina Association Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance in Greensboro, NC (Nov. 2007). Historic Traditions & Future Directions in Research on Teaching & Teacher Education in Physical Education in Pittsburgh, PA. (Oct. 2007) West, ST. National Health & Livability Summit, Cooper Institute, NCRPA, NRPA, SERR Williams, W. Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching: Learning by Design, Greensboro. 7. Off-campus Scholarly Assignments One HLES faculty member completed an Off Campus Scholarly Assignment (OCSA) in Valencia, Spain for the Fall, 2007 semester. Research was completed with international colleagues at The University of Valencia. 8. Release Time, Purpose, and Number of Hours All tenure track faculty members receive three hours release time for research/creative endeavors. Directors of the five academic degree programs and the director of the Graduate Program in Exercise Science also receive a three semester hour reassignment. The chair receives six hours for administrative duties. 9. External Funding *See Research in Progress* 10. Instructional or Faculty Development Banks, S. Attended Hubbard Center Workshop-Foundation Grant Attended ASU LEARN Workshop Attended Internship Supervisors workshop
  58. 58. Cantwell, J. Attended AORE conference Frauman, E. Attended Workshop-Participation Getting group work going Attended Service Learning Faculty Forum Gaskill, P. Attended Department Chair's Workshop Attended Introduction to Banner Training Attended Student Banner Training Attended Administrative Banner Training Attended Registration Banner Training Attended Leadership Development Series (year long/bi-monthly) Harrison, M. Attended Internship Supervison Workshop Attended Hubbard center seminar on Experiential Education Attended Hubbard center seminar on Service Learning James, J. J. Attended Quickstart - Moodle workshop. Facilitated by Learning Technology Services Attended Moodle Grade Book workshop. Facilitated by Learning Technology Services Attended North Carolina Humanities Council Grants Workshop 11/27/2007 3-5pm Sponsored by ASU Research and Graduate Studies Attended No Proposal Left Behind: New Faculty Workshop 9/28/2007 12-2pm Sponsored by Research and Graduate Studies Attended Welcome and Orientation for New Faculty. Facilitated by Hubbard Center, ASU Attended Prelude to Fall and Campus Resource Fair. Facilitated by Hubbard Center, ASU Attended Orientation to the Mentoring Program. Facilitated by Hubbard Center, ASU Attended Book Group: The Art of Chaning the Brain: Enriching the Practive of Teaching by Exploring the Biology of Learning. Facilitated by Hubbard Center, ASU Attended Rubrics for Authentic Assessment, Facilitated by Hubbard Center, ASU Attended New Faculty Mentoring Program, Facilitated by Hubbard Center, ASU Attended Lunch & Discussion with the Provost, Facilitated by Hubbard Center, ASU Attended Welcome and Orientation for New Faculty. Facilitated by Hubbard Center, ASU Kernodle, M. Attended: Power Point Workshop Attended: Quick Start Attended: Beginning Excell
  59. 59. Attended: Do You Elluminate? 10:00-11:30 a.m. Attended: Blueprint for Learning: Constructing Courses to Facilitate, Assess, and Document Learning 12:00 noon-4:45 p.m. Attended: Dreamweaver and University Templates McKethan, R. Attended Initial Moodle Training (7 Hours) Attended Initial Moodle Training (7 Hours) Attended E-Learning Initiative - Oline Moodle Training Course - Through April 30th (20 Hours) Attended Summer Institute for Hybrid & Online Course Development - Through May 18th (20 Hours) Attended I-Clicker Training O’Bryant, H. Attended Moodle "Quickstart" workshop Perry, S. Attended Blood borne Pathogen Training ASU QuickLearn computer workshop for Moodle Medscape online education; Behavioral Intervention May Help Overweight, Obese Patients (.25 CEUs) Medscape online education; Childhood sleeping problems predict obesity in young adulthood (.25 CEUs) Medscape online education; Fat Forecast: Childhood Obesity (.25 CEUs) Medscape online education; Walk, Don't Run to Prevent or Reverse metabolic Syndrome (.25 CEUs) Medscape online education; High Body Mass Index Increases Risk of Developing Cancer (.25 CEUs) Medscape online education; Adequate Sleep Duration in Childhood May Help Prevent Overweight (.25 CEUs) Medscape online education; Assessing Health Literacy in Clinical Practice (1.0 CEUs) Medscape online education; Small Steps and Practical Approaches to the Treatment of Obesity (.5 CEUs) Medscape online education; Orlistat, Sibutramine, Rimonabant Reduce Weight and Have Specific Adverse Effects (.25 CEUs) Medscape online education; Natinal Osteoporosis Foundation Issues Guidelines for Osteoporosis Management (.25 CEUs) Counseling for Change: An online Tobacco Cessation Course (4.0 Contact Hours) Balancing Act online education, Aquatic Exercise Association (3 CEUs) Aquatic Programming for the Obese Client online education, Aquatic Exercise Association (5 CEUs) Quindry, J. Attended Moodle Quick Start Attended Moodle quiz workship
  60. 60. Rabinowitz, E. Attended ASUlearn Quickstart Attended ASUlearn Quizmatcher Rivera, L. Attended Book Group: The Art of Changing the Brain: Enriching the Practice of Teaching by Exploring the Biology of Learning Rowe, J. Attended Distressed and Distressing Students Attended QuickStart Workshop Attended Under the Cupola Attended Blueprint for Learning Sibley, B. Attended AsULearn Quickstart Workshop, Instructor: Elaine Gray, 327 Belk Library Attended Using Animation in Powerpoint Workshop, Instructor Mark Suggs, 327 Belk Library Attended No Proposal Left Behind: New Faculty Workshop; Office of Research and Sponsored Programs; Edwin Duncan Hall Room 03 Triplett, T. Attended Partial-day workshop participation (Faculty Colloquium Series) West, S. Attended University Sponsored Partial-Day Workshop Participation (Service Learning) Attended University Sponsored Partial-Day Workshop Participation (International Education) Attended University Sponsored Partial-Day Workshop Participation (Hubbard Center 5 hr workshop) 11. Curricular Changes and Other Activities The Athletic Training curriculum in HLES proposed a series of course number and course name changes and had these approved by the Academic Policies and Procedures committee. 12. All Other Creative and Scholarly Activities Frauman, E., James, J., Waryold, D., & Harrison, M., "Nature and the impact of Appalachian State's Freshman Wilderness Orientation Program “First Ascent” on the college experience." URC Grant. Internal, Formal, Not Funded. 4950. McAnulty, SR. Vaughn Christian Grant Sponsored and received funding for graduate student application (Lindsey Schreiber) for student research project (effect of resveratrol and catechins on oxidative stress) to coincide with mentor research. 840.00
  61. 61. McBride, J. Graduate Student Research Grant, National Strength and Conditioning Association, June 2007. Jump squat power output during deloading. External Funded Principal Investigator: James L. Nuzzo, Co-Investigators: Amount: $2,640. Moul J.L. "Presidential Duties for National Athletic Trainers' Association and Allied Athletic Training Needs Of ASU" National Athletic Trainers' Association $18,000.0 Moul J.L. Evidence-Based Handbook for AT 2300 Hubbard Center Textbook Grant $128.00 Quindry, J. Testosterone and exercise induced cardioprotection, American Heart Association, Principal Investigator - Steve Borst - $264,000 not funded Quindry, J. Autophagy: a new avenue for heart attack protection, with ASU Research Development Grant, Principal Investigator - J. Quindry, $30,000 not funded Quindry, J. Soluble quercetin bioavailability in rodent tissue and plasma, - J Quindry, $85,000 over 1 year, pending Quindry, J. Mechanisms of testosterone-induced cardioprotection - American Heart Association, $264,000 - IN REVIEW Rabinowitz, E General Education Summer Grant Recipient Rivera, L. Evidence Based Handbook for AT 2300; $128.00 West, S. T. Undergraduate Research Grant for Sarah Martin ($100) West, S. T. Undergraduate Research Grant for Peter Austin ($100) West, S. T. & Shores, K. A. "Physical Activity Outcomes During HOPSports Participation," Internal Funded, $15,000. West, S. T. & Shores, K. A. "AAPAR: Development of Activity Based Curricula for Playgrounds," External, Not Funded, $30,000. West, S. T. "," Internal Not-Funded, $30,000. West, S. T. Undergraduate Research Grant for Sarah Martin ($100) West, S. T. Undergraduate Research Grant for Peter Austin ($100) West, S. T. & Shores, K. A. "AAPAR: Development of Activity Based Curricula for Playgrounds," External, Not Funded, $30,000. West, S. T. "," Internal Not-Funded, $30,000. Henderson, K., West, S. & Schuder, R. "Utilizing Research as a Management Practice Tool, " at
  62. 62. the 2007 National Health & Livability Summit sponsored by the National Recreation & Park Association (invited speaker - travel expenses were reimbursed). West, S. T. "Programming for Women," at the 2008 Air Force Outdoor Recreation Pre- Conference Workshop for the National Assoication of Outdoor Recreation Education Conference, Asheville, NC (paid an honorarium). 13. Department’s involvement with student activities excluding formal instruction and Advisement Banks, S. Advisor and Instructor for student Costa Rica trip Faculty Co-Advisor to help establish new Club Managers Association of American (within Business School) Dumke, C. Advisor, ASU Cycling Club Advisor, ASU Running Club Advisor, ASU Triathlon Club Frauman, E. Advisor, ASU Trail Crew Advisor, ASU Men's Ultimate Frisbee Club Advisor, ASU Women's Ultimate Frisbee Club Jackson, K. Student Advisor to Recreation Management Awards Banquet McBride, J. Exercise Science Club Adviser Rabinowitz, E. Recreation Management Association Advisor Rivera, L. Advisor, Athletic Training Student Association Townsend, J.S. Faculty Advisor to Physical Education Teacher Education Majors' Club 14. Faculty Assistance in Public Schools, Leadership or Active Participation in Regional Service Activities, or Professional Activities Related to International Studies or Programs. The Physical Education Teacher Education program placed forty students in either Fall or Spring semester student teaching positions in the North Carolina public schools during the 2007-2008 academic year. McKethan, R. North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Reviewer of Brevard
  63. 63. College Physical Education Program (Oct. 27-31) Morris, J. Editor, Partial Revisions for "Successfully Teaching Middle School Health" Manual 15. Interdisciplinary teaching, research, creative activity or service Numerous faculty members are working in cross-disciplinary research projects and grants. Faculty from the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Family and Consumer Science, Nursing, Psychology, Sociology and Social Work, and the Institute for Health and Human Services are involved in these projects. HLES has numerous faculty involved in interdisciplinary committee work across the ASU campus. One HLES faculty member served as an approved adjunct professor in the Department of Biology and taught a new Anatomy and Physiology course during the Fall and Spring semesters. Another faculty member taught a Sociology of Sport course in the Department of Sociology and Social Work. 16. List Departmental Faculty Involved in Leadership Roles in Any Special Institutions, Conferences, Etc. None to report 17. Summarize Faculty Involvement in Committee/Council/Board/ Task Force and Other University Governance Assignments. A. Departmental Austin, M. Lead Oberserver (Part Time HP 1105 Instructors), Jodi Cash - Fall 07 Lead Oberserver (Part Time HP 1105 Instructors), Steven Pearce - Fall 07 Lead Oberserver (Part Time HP 1105 Instructors), Liz Hager - Fall 2007 Lead Observer (Part Time HP 1105 Instructors), Paul Moore - Fall 07 2nd Observer, Cathy Fancher, Spring 2007 Human Performance Lab Committee Bamks, S. Extended Invitation to Qualified Observer - PEER review Secondary Observer for HLES Teaching Enhancement Process - Eric Frauman Represented RM faculty to visiting Costa Rican delegation here to establish exchange program with ASU SECC representative for HLES Attended Graduation for HLES Department Cantwell, J. Attended Graduation
  64. 64. Member RM search committee Purchase, and Maintenance of OEE gear Dumke, C. Chair Thesis Committtee - Mike Cavill Chair Thesis Committtee - Zea Urbiztondo Participation in HLES Peer Observation Thesis Committtee - Jim Nuzzo Member, Area Directors Committee Graduate Program Director Lead Observer in HLES Teaching Enhancement Process, Susan Perry Lead Observer in HLES Teaching Enhancement Process, Melanie Austin Guest Lecturer for ES4600 and ES5600: Survey of Sports Performance Chair, Exercise Science 1 faculty search committee Member, Exercise Science 2 faculty search committee Member, Exercise Science 3 faculty search committee Attendance May 2007 Undergraduate Commencement Frauman, E. Director of Student Project (Independent Study) - Greg Carlisle Developed summer travel course - Coastal Tourism Director of Student Project (Independent Study) - Matthew King Chair, RM Faculty Search Secondary Observer, HLES Teaching Enhancement Process Member, HLES DPC Committee Attended Graduation for HLES Department Jackson, K. Co-instructor with First Year Seminar Linked class (RM 2120) Attended Graduation James, J. Secondary Observer HLES Teaching Enhancement Process for Sarah Banks Secondary Observer HLES Teaching Enhancement Process for Jim Morris Attended Graduation Kernodle, M. Student Project: Director Pete Portfolio Students Involved: Jeremy Gardin Matt Annas Daniel Parker Student Project: Director Pete Portfolio Students Involved: Cory Rycroft Jon Hayes Quantina Chau Chair, Ed Turner Scholarship Committee Chair, Peer Evaluation Committee Member, Departmental Policy Committee Lead observer for Melanie Austin Lead observer for Eric Frauman Attended Graduation Kimmel, C. Observation of Lauie Rivera, Athletic Training Educator Member AT search committee McAnulty, S. HLES Teaching Enhancement Committee
  65. 65. Vaughn Christian Graduate Research Committee Lead observer (Sarah Banks) Secondary observer (Collen Utter, John Quindry) McBride, J. Director - Research Project (Alan Burr) Observation of Effective Teacher - Eric Rabinowitz Observation of Effective Teacher - Jamie Moul Secondary Observer - Eric Rabinowitz Primary Observer - Jamie Moul ES 1 Search Committee Member ES 2 Search Committee Chair ES 3 Search Committee Member McKethan, R. Lead Observer - Laurie Rivera Roger Thomas Scholarship Committee Attended Graduation Mohr, D. Student Project: PETE Portfolio Involved student(s): Chelsea Christ & Nick Reese Student Project: PETE Portfolio Involved student(s): Stephanie Johnson & Ben Crawford Member Ed Turner Scholarship Committee Member Roger E. Thomas Scholarship Committee Chair Degroat Scholarship Committee Member of ES Search Committee - Tenure Track ES 1 Member of ES Search Committee - Tenure Track ES 2 Member of ES Search Committee - Tenure Track ES 3 Member HLES DPC Lead Observer of HLES Departmental Peer Observation Review - C. Utter Lead Observer of HLES Departmental Peer Observation Review - E. Rabinowitz Attended Graduation Morris, J. Lead Observer - Peer Evaluation - HLES Department (Fall Semester, 2007) Second Observer - Peer Evaluation - HLES Department (Fall Semester, 2007) Lead Observer- Peer Evaluation - HLES Department (Spring Semester, 2007) Moul, J. Redesign AT courses through AP&P Member, HLES Teaching Enhancement Committee Chair, Clinical Instructor Search Committee HLES Nieman, D. Directed research project, Jenna Wrieden (beta glucan, GSSI project) Directed research project, Mary Brock McMahon (beta glucan, GSSI project) Directed research project, Erin Cayea (chia seed, ImmuneGuard) Member thesis committee, Gary Govanovich, Biology
  66. 66. Proposal, Health Promotion Online Degree Program Lead observor, Jim Morris, peer evaluation Lead observor, N. Travis Triplett, peer evaluation Human Performance Lab Committee O’Bryant, H. Member, Thesis Committee (David Honea) Peer evaluation (Stephanie West) lead observer Peer evaluation (Kristian Jackson) lead observer Position search committee member (ES1) Position search committee member (ES2) Position search committee member (ES3) Coordinate development/maintenance of HLES display board (open house) Perry, S. Secondary observer; HLES Peer Evaluation; Cathy Fancher; lead observer, Chuck Dumke Attended Graduation FreshStart Stop Smoking facilitator trainer; three sections of HP 3100 Secondary observer; HLES Peer Evaluation; Steve McAnulty Secondary observer; Roachel Laney; lead observer, Ben Silby Quindry, J. Member Shaun Thesis Committee Member Zea Thesis Committee Ischemia-reperfusion surgery undergrad (8)/grad-student (7) animal surgery lab experiences Thesis reader for Diana Thomas Independent study Emily Hoyt Independent study Jenna Wrieden Independent study Sarra Ben Gorbhal Presentation surgery for Congressman Howard Coble Committee member for Vaughn Christian Research Grant Committee Attended Graduation Presentation surgery for HLES advancement board Committee member for Human Performan Laboratory Presentation surgery for Jon Causey Surgery presentation for pre-nursing students Surgery presentation for UNC prep highschool students Departmental personnell committee member Chair ES faculty search committee Member ES faculty search committee 1 Member ES faculty search committee 2 Sigma Xi lecture on cardioprotection Peer eval for T. Triplett Thesis committee member for Zea Urbiztondo Rabinowitz, E. HLES Teaching Enhancement Committee Lead Observer, HLES Teaching Enhancement Process
  67. 67. Secondary Observer, HLES Teaching Enhancement Process Secondary Observer, HLES Teaching Enhancement Process Attended Graduation Rivera, L. Extended invitation to qualified observer - Chuck Kimmel second observer, Dr McKethan lead Observed teaching as second observer - Jamie Moul Search Committee Member for Open AT faculty position Rowe, J. Observed Melanie Austin as peer Attended Graduation Sibley, B. Student Project, PETE Technology Portfolio, student(s): Krista Kerley Student Project, PETE Technology Portfolio, student(s): Bronson Gross, Curt Miller Member, Recreation Management Instructor search committee Secondary Observer, HLES Teaching Enhancement Process - Scott Townsend Lead Observer, HLES Teaching Enhancement Process - Roachel Laney Townsend, J.S. Student Project: PETE Portfolio Involved student(s): Jon Russell and Brent Gates Student Project: PETE Portfolio Involved student(s): Phil Harrington and Clay Moore Representative of Health, Leisure and Exercise Science to Appalachian State University Libraries Member of Athletic Training Search Committee - Lecturer Second Observer of Health, Leisure and Exercise Science Departmental Peer Observation Review - B. Sibley Lead Observer of Health, Leisure and Exercise Science Departmental Peer Observation Review - C. Fancher Member of Ed Turner Scholarship Committee Member of the Health, Leisure and Exercise Science Departmental Personnel Committee Member of Degroat Scholarship Committee Attended Graduation Triplett, T. Member, Thesis Committee (David Honea) Member, Thesis Committee (Mike Cavill) Member, Thesis Committee (Jim Nuzzo) Member, Thesis Committee (Zea Urbiztondo) Director, Student Research Project (Alan Burr) Director, Student Research Project (Greg Cox) Director, Student Research Project (Naomi Elliott) Member, Vaughn Christian Scholarship Committee, Department of Health, Leisure, and Exercise Science Member, Departmental Personnel Committee, Department of Health, Leisure,
  68. 68. and Exercise Science Member, Search Committee for Exercise Science faculty positions (3), Department of Health, Leisure, and Exercise Science Primary Observer, HLES [Sibley (3/08)] Utter, A. Directed: Graduate Research Project, Liz hager Directed: Graduate Research Project, Lance Farmer Directed: International Ph.D. Student: Jean Pietro, University of Rome Lead observer/ HLES Teaching Enhancement Process-James Lead observer/ HLES Teaching Enhancement Process-Cantwell Equal Opportunity Associate HLES DeGroat Scholarship Committee Member DPC Utter, C. Secondary Observer Spring 2007 Observed Jan Rowe West, S. Director, Student Project (Peter Austin, Sarah Martin) Maintained RM2410's designation as a University recognized Service Learning course Director, Student Project (Chip Bryan) RM Search Committee: RM Faculty Position Lead IDEA observer, Townsend Lead IDEA observer, Quindry Secondary IDEA observer, Jackson Mentor, Sibley Multi-Day Events for Program Planning, RM2410-101 Multi-Day Events for Program Planning, RM2410-102 Multi-Day Events for Program Planning, RM2410-101 Multi-Day Events for Program Planning, RM2410-102 Willimas, W. peer review Steve McAnulty Faculty mentor to Joy James Departmental Personnel Committee RM Search Committee Eric DeGroat Scholarship Committee RMA Scholarship Committee RM Representative before NRPA Accreditation Council, Indianapolis (RM Program accreditation) Facilitator, RM Faculty Retreat Facilitator, RM Symposium Attended Graduation B. College/University Austin, M. University Exposure Control Committee

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