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Kip Webster, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

School of Kinesiology

Louisiana State University


112 Huey P. Long Fieldhouse kipwebster@lsu.edu
Baton Rouge, LA 70803 Office: (225) 578-2923
EDUCATION

  • Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama

    • Doctor of Philosophy, Exercise Science

    • Graduated: August 2013

    • Specialization: Physical Activity & Health and Motor Behavior

    • Advisors: Drs. Danielle Wadsworth and Leah Robinson

    • Dissertation Research: Acute effects of teacher-implemented physical activity breaks on preschooler’s physical activity participation and academic time on-task



    • Master of Education, Exercise Science

    • Graduated: December 2010

    • Specialization: Sport Psychology and Motor Behavior

    • Advisors: Drs. Danielle Wadsworth and Leah Robinson



    • Bachelor of Science, Psychology

    • Graduated: May 2009

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2015 – Present Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge,

Louisiana
2013 – 2015 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor,

Michigan


2014 Visiting Assistant Professor, Michigan State University, East

Lansing, Michigan


2012 – 2013 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Auburn University, Auburn,

Alabama
2009-2012 Graduate Research Assistant, Auburn University, Auburn,

Alabama
RESEARCH

Peer-reviewed Manuscripts

Webster, E.K. & Ulrich, D.A. (2017). Evaluation of the psychometric properties of the Test of Gross Motor Development – 3rd edition. Journal of Motor Learning and Development. http://dx.doi.org/10.1123/jmld.2016-0003

Wagner, M.O., Webster, E.K., Ulrich, D.A. (2017). Psychometric properties of the Test of Gross Motor Development – 3rd edition (German adaptation). Journal of Motor Learning and Development. http://dx.doi.org/10.1123/jmld.2016-0006

Valentini, N.C., Zanell, L.W., & Webster, E.K. (2017). Test of Gross Motor Development – third edition: Establishing content and construct validity for Brazilian children. Journal of Motor Learning and Development. http://dx.doi.org/10.1123/jmld.2016-0002

Robinson, L.E., Okely, A.D, Webster, E.K., & Ulrich, D.A. (January 2017). A letter to the editor regarding Adamo et al.’s article - does intervening in childcare settings impact fundamental motor skills development? Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 49(1), 218.

Logan, S.W., Wadsworth, D.D., Robinson, L.E., & Webster, E.K. (2015). The influence of classroom-based physical activity breaks on physical activity and on-task behavior in preschool children. Journal of Education and Human Development, 4(4), 39-46. Doi: 10.15640/jehd.v4n4a6

Robinson, L.E., Palmer, K.K., Irwin, J.M., Webster, E.K., Dennis, A.L., Brock, S.J., & Rudisill, M.E. (2015). The use of multimedia demonstration on the Test of Gross Motor Development – Second Edition: Performance and Participant Preference. Journal of Motor Learning and Development, 3(2), 110-122.



Webster, E.K., Wadsworth, D.D., & Robinson, L.E. (2015). Preschoolers’ time on-task and physical activity during a classroom activity break. Pediatric Exercise Science, 27(1), 160-167.

Logan, S.W., Webster, E.K., Getchell, N., Pfeiffer, K.A., & Robinson, L.E. (2015). Relationship between fundamental motor skill competence and physical activity during childhood and adolescence: A systematic review. Kinesiology Reviews, 4, 416-426. http://dx.doi.org/10.1123/kr.2013-0012


Barnett, L.E., Robinson, L.E., Webster, E.K., & Ridgers, N. (2015). Reliability of the pictorial scale of perceived movement skill competence in two diverse samples of young children. Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 12(8), 1045-1051. http://dx.doi.org/10.1123/jpah.2014-0141

Logan, S.W., Robinson, L.E., Webster, E.K., & Rudisill, M.E. (2015). The influence of instructional climates on time spent in management tasks and physical activity of 2nd grade students during physical education. European Physical Education Review, 21(2). 195-205.

Robinson, L. E., Webster, E. K., Whitt-Glover, M.S., Ceasar, T.G., & Alhassan, S. (2014). Effectiveness of pre-school and school-based interventions to impact weight-related behaviours in African-American children and youth: A literature review. Obesity Reviews, 15(Suppl 4), S5-S25.  
Robinson, L.E., Wadsworth, D.D., Webster, E.K., & Bassett Jr., D.R. (2014). School reform: The role of physical education policy in physical activity of elementary school children in Alabama’s Black Belt Region. American Journal of Health Promotion, 28(suppl 3), S72-S76.

Logan, S.W., Robinson, L.E., Webster, E.K., & Barber, L.T. (2013). Exploring preschoolers’ engagement and perceived physical competence in an autonomy-based object control skill intervention: A preliminary study. European Physical Education Review, 19(3), 302-314.

Robinson, L.E., Webster, E.K., Logan, S.W., Lucas, W.A. & Barber, L.T. (2012) Teaching practices that promote motor skills in early childhood settings. Early Childhood Education Journal, 40(2), 79-86.

Wadsworth, D.D., Robinson, L.E., Beckman, K., & Webster, K. (2012). Break for physical activity: Incorporating classroom-based physical activity breaks into preschools. Early Childhood Education Journal, 39(6), 391-395.

Book Chapters

Wagner, M., Webster, E. & Ulrich, D. (2015). Reliabilität und Validität der deutschsprachigen Adaptation des Test of Gross Motor Development 3 (TGMD 3). In J. Hermsdörfer, W. Stadler & L. Johannsen (Hrsg.). The Athlete`s Brain: Neuronale Aspekte motorischer Kontrolle im Sport. (S. 70-71). Hamburg: Czwalina.


Robinson, L.E., Webster, E.K., Palmer, K.K., & Persad, C.C. (In press). Integrating pedometers in early childhood settings to promote positive developmental trajectories of health. In: H. Brewer & M.R. Jalongo (Eds.) Physical activity and health promotion in the early years: Effective strategies for early childhood educators. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Co.

Wadsworth, D.D., & Webster, E.K. (In press). Break for Physical Activity: Incorporating Classroom-Based Physical Activity into Preschools. In: H. Brewer & M.R. Jalongo (Eds.) Physical activity and health promotion in the early years: Effective strategies for early childhood educators. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Co.



Peer-reviewed Published Abstracts

Palmer, K.K., Moore, R.W., Webster, E.K., & Robinson, L.E. (2016, November). The relationship between body fat percentage and physical activity in school-aged children. Pediatric Exercise Science, 28(4 Suppl 1), S54. doi: 10.1123/pes.2016.0242.

Maeng, J., Webster, E.K., & Ulrich, D.A.(2016, April). Reliability for the Test of Gross Motor Development – Third edition (TGMD-3). Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 87(Suppl 2), A38. DOI: 10.1080/02701367.2016.1194123


Webster, E.K., & Robinson, L.E. (2016, June). Relationship between motor skill competency and body composition in children. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 37(Suppl 1), S148-S149.
Webster, E.K., & Ulrich, D.A. (2016, June). Comparison of two motor assessments: Test of Gross Motor Development – 3rd edition and Movement Assessment Battery for Children – 2nd edition. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 37(Suppl 1), S148.
Calhoun, J.R.V., Webster, E.K., & Garn, A.C. (2016). An investigation of the generalizability of buoyancy from academics to athletics. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 37(Suppl 1), S168.

Pitchford, E.A., Webster, E.K., & Ulrich, D.A. (2016, June). Clinical validity of the Test of Gross Motor Development – 3rd edition for children with identified disabilties. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 37(Suppl 1), S134-S135.


Wagner, M.O., Webster, E.K., Ulrich, D.A. (2016, June). Factorial validity and measurement invariance of the Test of Gross Motor Development 3 (German adaptation). Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 37(Suppl 1), S90.


Webster, E.K., & Pitchford, E. A. (2015, June). Gender differences in fundamental motor skills in early elementary children. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 37(Suppl 1), S90.

Webster, E.K., Pitchford, E.A., & Ulrich, D.A. (2015, June). Psychometric properties for a United States cohort for the Test of Gross Motor Development -3rd edition. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 37(Suppl 1), S17.


Ulrich, D.A., & Webster, E.K. (2015, June). Revisions for the Third Edition of the Test of Gross Motor Development. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 37(Suppl 1), S16.

Wagner, M.O., Webster, E.K., & Ulrich, D.A. (2015, June). Reliability and validity of the Test of Gross Motor Development 3 (German version) – Results. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 37(Suppl 1), S17.


Valentini, N.C., Webster, E.K., & Ulrich, D.A. (2015, June). Test of Gross Motor Development – 3rd edition: Psychometric properties for a Brazilian cohort. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 37(Suppl 1), S17.



Webster E.K., Liong G., Robinson L.E., Ridgers N.D., Dennis, A.L., & Barnett L.M. (2014). Young children’s actual and perceived competence: Country and cultural comparison. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology,36 (Suppl), S10.

Robinson, L.E., Dennis, A.L., Webster E.K., & Barnett L.M. (2014). Reliability of the perceived movement skill competence scale for young children in an American sample. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology,36 (Suppl), S9-S10.



Webster, E.K., Wadsworth, D.D., & Robinson, L.E. (2014). Preschoolers’ compensate with sedentary behavior following classroom-based physical activity breaks. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology,36 (Suppl), S118-S119.
Webster, E.K., Wadsworth, D.D., & Robinson, L.E. (2014). MVPA and time on-task for preschoolers’ during a classroom-based physical activity break. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 36 (Suppl), S118.
Palmer, K.K., Harper, N.J., Williams, E.C., Webster, E.K., Irwin, J.M. & Robinson, L.E. (2014). Preschool physical activity engagement during a curriculum and non-curriculum based movement program. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology,36 (Suppl), S72.

Robinson, L. E., Palmer, K. K., Irwin, J. M., Dennis, A.L, Brock, S. J., Webster, E. K., & Rudisill, M. E. (2014). The effect of a multimedia demonstration on motor skill performance in school-age children. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 36 (Suppl), S73.



Webster, E.K., Wadsworth, D.D., Robinson, L.E., Julbert, M., & Sisk, O. (2014). Compensation of sedentary behavior following classroom-based physical activity breaks in preschoolers’. Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 11(Suppl 1)
Webster, E.K., Wadsworth, D.D., Julbert, M., & Sisk, O. (2014). Time on-task and MVPA participation in preschoolers’ during a classroom-based activity break. Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 11(Suppl 1)
Webster, E.K., Robinson, L.E., Alhassan, S., Mendoza, A., & Stoops, H. (2013). Are school-based interventions that target obesity and related behaviors effective in African-American children? Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 35, (suppl), S74.
Kerkez, F.I., Webster, E.K., Barber, A., Vaughn, M., Sisk, O., & Robinson, L.E. (2013, June). The relationship between perceptions of body image and actual body mass index among 3-5 year old children. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 35, (suppl), S67.
Logan, S.W., Robinson, L. E., Webster, E. K., Wadsworth, D. D., Rudisill, M. E., Nortick, C., Battiste, B., & Tigner, M. V. (2013, June). The effect of a motor skill intervention on fundamental motor skill competence of 2nd grade students. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 35, (suppl), S69.
Logan, S. W., Robinson, L. E., Webster, E. K., Battiste, B., Nortick, C. Tigner, M. V., Willmann, C., & Palmer, K. (2013, June). Influence of instructional climates on management tasks and physical activity. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 84 (suppl), A-48.
Robinson, L.E., Wadsworth, D.D., Webster, E.K., Daly, C., Logan, S.W., & Gell, N. (2012, June). The effect of school physical activity policy implementation on in-school physical activity. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 34 (suppl), S178.

Wadsworth, D.D., Robinson, L.E., Webster, E.K., Logan, S.W., & Barber, L.T. (2012, June) Effect of classroom-based physical activity breaks on physical activity and on-task behavior in preschool children. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 34 (suppl), S191.

Logan, S.W., Webster, E.K., Barber, L.T., Lucas, W.A. & Robinson, L.E. (2011, June). Children's engagement during a mastery motivational motor skill intervention. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 33 (suppl), S35-S36.

Wadsworth, D.D., Robinson, L.E., Rudisill, M.E., Logan, S.W., Morera, M., Daly, C., Blount, A., & Webster, E.K. (2011, June). The influence of motivational climates on rural children’s physical activity. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 33 (suppl), S44-S45.

Logan, S.W., Webster, E.K., Lucas, W.A., & Robinson, L.E. (2011, March). Effectiveness of a student-led motor skill intervention in preschool children. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 82 (suppl), A31.


Research Presentations (* current/ former student)



Wagner, M.O., Webster, E.K., & Ulrich, D.A. (2017). Movement observation in physical education. [Bewegungsbeobachtung im Sportunterricht]. Submitted to German Sport Pedagogy Conference.

Huck, L*., Molina, L.V.*, Tso, K.*, & Webster, E. K. (2017, April). Investigating the relationship between birth order of siblings and fundamental motor skill competency in children. Presented at LSU Discover Day, Undergraduate Research.

Tso, K.,* Molina, L.V.*, * Huck, L.*, & Webster, E.K. (2017, April) Investigating the reliability of the Youth Psychology and Movement (YPM) Lab protocol for training TGMD-3 novice coders . Presented at LSU Discover Day, Undergraduate Research.

Joseph, E.*, Webster, E.K., & Staiano, A. (2017). Relationship between children’s screen-time inside and outside of preschool. Presented at LSU Discover Day, Undergraduate Research.

Staiano, A.E., Joseph, E., Allen, A.T., Webster, E.K., & Martin, C.K. (2017, July). Screen time in preschool: Relationships with preschool children’s physical activity and out-of-school screen-time. Accepted to the European College of Sport Science Conference in MetropolisRuhr, Germany.
Webster, E.K., Huck, L.*, Molina, L.V.*, & Tso, K.* (2017, June). Influence of body composition on actual and perceived motor competence in children. Accepted to the North American Society for Physical Activity and Sport Psychology in San Diego, CA.

Garn, A.C., & Webster, E.K. (2017, June). Application of Exploratory Structural Equation Modeling to Motor Evaluation: Improving the Construct Validity of the Test of Gross Motor Development – 2nd Edition. Accepted to the North American Society for Physical Activity and Sport Psychology in San Diego, CA.


Staiano, A.E., Allen, A.T., Webster, E.K., & Martin, C.K. (2017, April). What factors explain failure to meet clinical recommendations for preschool children’s screen-time? Presented at the Association for Clinical and Translational Sciences Conference in Washington, D.C.


Webster, E.K. (2016, November). TGMD-3 and Perceived Motor Competence: Preliminary Findings and Future Directions. Presented at the 2nd Assembly of the International Consortium on Motor Development Research in Columbia, S.C.

Ulrich, D.A., & Webster, E.K. (2016, April). Test of Gross Motor Development, 3rd edition. Presented at the Society of Healthy and Physical Education National Convention & Expo in Minneapolis, MN.

Wadsworth, D.D., Webster, E.K., Rodriguez-Hernandez, M., & Foote, S. (2016, February). Compensation: The effect of exercise interventions on sedentary behavior. Presented at the Southeast American College of Sports Medicine in Greenville, SC.

Ulrich, D.A., Webster, E.K., & Pitchford, E.A. (2015, July). The psychometric properties of the TGMD-3 in a sample of children from the USA. Presented at the 14th European Federation of Sport Psychology Congress in Bern, Switzerland.



Logan, S.W., Robinson, L.E., Getchell, N., Webster, E.K., Liang, L., & Golden, D. (2014, April). Relationship between motor competence and physical activity: A systematic review. Presented at the American Alliance for Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance in St. Louis, MO.

Wadsworth, D.D., Webster, E.K., Robinson, L.E., & Rudisill, M.E. (2014, February). Increases in preschoolers sedentary behavior following the implementation of classroom based physical activity breaks. Presented at the Southeast American College of Sports Medicine conference in Greenville, SC.

Palmer, K.K., Williams, E.C., Harper, N.J., Irwin, J.M., Webster, E.K. & Robinson, L.E. (2014, February). Relationship between body mass index assessments in young children. Presented at the Southeast American College of Sports Medicine conference in Greenville, SC.
Robinson, L.E., Wadsworth, D.D., Webster, E.K., & Gell, N. (2013, May). The relationship of school physical activity and physical education policies on children’s school-day physical activity behavior. Presented at the International Society of Behavioral Nutrition, and Physical Activity in Ghent, Belgium.

Mendoza, A., Webster, E.K., Robinson, L.E., Stoops, H., & Alhassan, S. (2013, May). Are school-based obesity interventions effective in African-American children?: A review of the literature. Presented at the American College of Sports Medicine in Indianapolis, IN.


Robinson, L.E., Palmer, K.K., Webster, E.K., Rudisill, M.E., & Morera, M. M. (2013, April). Effects of PHYSICAL play climates on physical activity behaviors in preschool-age girls. Presented at the International Association for Physical Education and Sport for Girls and Women in Havana, Cuba.

Logan, S.W., Robinson, L.E, Webster, E.K., Battiste, B., Nortick, C., Tigner, M.V., Willmann, C., & Palmer, K. (2013, April). Influence of instructional climates on management tasks and physical activity Presented at the 2013 Research Consortium Conference of the AAHPERD National Convention and Exposition in Charlotte, NC.


Webster, E.K., Mendoza, A., Stoops, H., Alhassan, S., & Robinson, L.E. (2013, February). Are school-based obesity interventions effective in pre-adolescent and adolescent

African-American children?: A literature review. Presented at the Southeast American College of Sports Medicine in Greenville, S.C.
Robinson, L.E., Wadsworth, D.D., Webster, E.K., Basset Jr., D.R., & Hallam, J.S. (2013, February). School Reform: The Role of School and Physical Education on Children’s Physical Activity in Alabama’s Black Belt Region. Presented at the Active Living Research Conference in San Diego, CA.

Mendoza, A., Stoops, H., Webster, E.K., Robinson, L.E., & Alhasaan, S.A. (2012, November). Are school-based interventions effective in African-American children: A review of the literature. Presented at the 2012 New England American College of Sports Medicine in Providence, RI.




Webster, E.K., Robinson, L.E., & Wadsworth, D.D. (2012, August) School physical activity policy implementation and in-school physical activity in elementary students. Presented at the 5th annual African American Collaborative Obesity Research Network workshop in Philadelphia, PA.

Webster, E. K. Logan, S. W., Wadsworth, D. D., Robinson, L. E., & Barber, L. T. (2012, February). Effect of classroom-based physical activity breaks on physical activity and on-task behavior in preschool children. Presented at the Southeast American College of Sports Medicine conference in Jacksonville, FL.

Logan, S. L., Robinson, L. E., Webster, E. K., Barber, L. E., & Palmer, K. (2011, November). Does Competence Lead to Physical Activity? The Relationship Between Motor Competence and Physical Activity Engagement Throughout the Lifespan: A Systematic Review. Presented at the Motor Development Research Consortium at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, Madison, WI.



Webster, E. K., Robinson, L. E., Wadsworth, D. D., Bassett, D. R., & Hallam, J. S. (2011, June) School Reform: The Role of School and Physical Education Policy on Children’s Physical Activity in Alabama’s Black Belt Region. Presented at the New Connections Fifth Annual Symposium for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. 

Logan, S.W., Webster, E.K., Lucas, W.A., & Robinson, L.E. (2011, March). Effectiveness of a student-led motor skill intervention in preschool children. Presented at the Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance conference in San Diego, CA.



Wadsworth, D .D. Robinson, L. E., Rudisill, M. E., Logan, S. W., Morera, M., Daly, C., Blunt, A., & Hopkins, E. (2010, November). The Influence of Motivational Climates on the Physical Activity in Rural School-age Children. Presented at the Global Obesity Summit at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS. 
Invited Research Presentations

Webster, E.K., & Garn, A.C. (2017). Evaluation of the psychometric properties of the Test of Gross Motor Development – 3rd edition. Presentation to the College of Human Sciences and Education Undergraduate Distinguished Scholars (03/05/2017).
Webster, E.K. (2016). Promoting fundamental motor skill development in the early years. The 2016 Pennington Biomedical Research Center Childhood Obesity & Public Health Conference. Preventing Obesity in the Early Years: Translating Evidence into Action. (10/24/2016).
Webster, E.K. (2016). Fundamental Motor Skills for Pediatric Health Promotion: Current Research in Assessment. Presentation to Southern University Laboratory School Professional Development. (01/05/2016).
Webster, E.K. (2016). Importance of physical activity and fundamental motor skills in early childhood. Presentation to University Baptist Preschool professional development (01/04/2016).
GRANTS & FUNDING

Webster, E.K., & Staiano, A.S. (2016). The effect of screen-time exposure to sedentary behavior on preschool children’s fundamental motor skill acquisition. LSU Biomedical Collaborative Research Program - $50,000. (funded)
Webster, E.K. (2016). Physical activity policies and behaviors in Louisiana schools: Phase I. Submitted to the Louisiana State University, Council on Research Summer Stipend Program - $5,000 (funded).
Webster, E.K. (2016). LSU College of Human Sciences & Education Dean’s Auxiliary Faculty Research & Travel Grant Program, $1458 (funded)
Webster, E.K. (2016, November). LSU Office of Research and Economic Development Faculty Travel Grant, $750 (funded).
Webster, E.K. (2016, April). LSU Office of Research and Economic Development Faculty Travel Grant, $750 (funded).
Webster, E.K. (2012-2013) North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, Graduate Student Dissertation Research Grant, $2,000 (funded).
Webster, E.K. (2012) Scholar-in-Training Trainee for the 5th Annual African American Collaborative Obesity Research Network workshop, Philadelphia, PA, $2,000 (funded)
Webster, E.K. (2012) Delegate for 4th Annual SPEAK OUT Day in Washington DC (sponsored by NASPE), discussed the importance of physical activity and physical education to legislators, congress members and staff from local areas about policies and research, $2,000 (funded)
GRANT PENDING or NOT FUNDED
Kepper, M., Staiano, A., Broyles, S., Webster, E.K., Gustat, J., Lewis, L. & Fowler, W. (2017, May). Painting Preschool Playgrounds: A scalable approach to increasing physical activity and motor skills in Louisiana preschool aged children. Submitted to the Blue Cross Blue Shield New Horizons Grant Program, Amount requested: $10,000.
Webster, E.K., Garn, A.C., & Spielmann, G. (2016). Socio-ecological examination of physical activity policy in Louisiana schools and impact on children’s health. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Policies for Action, Amount requested: $250,000 Brief proposal submitted (under review)

Staiano, A.S., Webster, E.K., & Newton, R.J. (2017). Mobile Phone Intervention to Increase Physical Activity and Develop Fundamental Motor Skills in Young Children. Children and Screens: Institute of Digital Media and Child Development. Letter of intent submitted (not funded).



Rhodes, J.L., Robinson, S.B., & Webster, E.K. (2016) ACT Wisely! (Wellness in Social Environments eLevates Youth!) Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health F93002, Amount requested: $1,988,530.00 (not funded)
Webster, E.K., Garn, A.C., & Spielmann, G. (2016). Socio-ecological examination of physical activity policy in Louisiana schools and impact on children’s well-being and resiliency. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Gulf Research Program, Letter of intent submitted (not funded).
GRANTS ASSISTED WITH
National Institutes of Health - Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (1R03HD058792-01A1). The Influence of Motivational Climates on Physical Activity of Rural, African American School-age Children

Role: Graduate Research Assistant
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grant - Active Living Research New Connections Grant (#68571). School Reform: The Role of Physical Education Policy on Children’s Physical Activity in Alabama’s Black Belt Region

Role: Graduate Research Assistant
TEACHING

Teaching Experience


  • Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana



    • KIN 7528 Sport Psychology Spring 2017

    • Primary instructor for Graduate course (N=25)




    • KIN 3502 Measurement and Evaluation in Kinesiology Spring 2017

    • Primary instructor for Undergraduate course (N=220)




    • KIN 3502 Measurement and Evaluation in Kinesiology Fall 2016

    • Primary instructor for Undergraduate course (N=160)

    • Overall evaluations = 4.689/5




    • KIN 3502 Measurement and Evaluation in Kinesiology Spring 2016

    • Primary instructor for Undergraduate course (N=160)

    • Overall evaluations = 4.570/5




    • KIN 4512-003 Motor Development Fall 2015

    • Primary Instructor for Undergraduate Course (N = 60)

    • Overall evaluations = 4.936 /5




  • Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan




    • KIN 830 Growth and Motor Behavior Fall 2014

Primary Instructor for Graduate course (N = 15)


  • Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama

Graduate Teaching Assistant – Department of Kinesiology


    • KINE 3650 Motor Learning and Performance Laboratory Summer 2013

Responsible for all laboratory sessions corresponding with the Motor Learning and Performance course taught by Dr. Matt Miller. Responsible for conducting lab sessions and grading lab assignments (N = 25).

    • PHED 1200 Cardiorespiratory endurance: Walking Summer 2013

Primary instructor (N = 10)

    • KINE 4623 Exercise and Sport Psychology Spring 2013

Primary instructor for professional distance education course (N = 40).

    • KINE 3650 Motor Learning and Performance Laboratory Spring 2013

Responsible for all laboratory sessions corresponding with the Motor Learning and Performance course taught by Dr. Mark Fischman. Responsible for conducting lab sessions and grading lab assignments (N = 75).

    • KINE 4623 Exercise and Sport Psychology Fall 2012

Primary instructor for professional distance education course (N = 30).

    • KINE 3650 Motor Learning and Performance Laboratory Fall 2012

Responsible for all laboratory sessions corresponding with the Motor Learning and Performance course taught by Dr. Mark Fischman. Responsible for conducting lab sessions and grading lab assignments (N = 60).

    • KINE 1103 IL 2 Wellness Summer 2012

Online teaching assistant responsible for grading all assignments, communicating with students and grade submissions for distance education course (N = 30).

HONORS & AWARDS

University Awards

  • 2017 Fulbright Specialist Program Scholar (Visiting Scholar to Pedagogická

fakulta Univerzity Palackého)

Kinesiology, Funded by the U.S. Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) Leadership Training Grant

  • 2012 - 2013 Auburn University Biggio Center Preparing Future Faculty Program

Fellow

  • 2012 - 2013 Graduate Teaching Assistant Fellowship for Auburn University,

Department of Kinesiology

  • 2011 - 2013 Doctoral Research Fellowship for Auburn University, Department of

Kinesiology

  • 2012 Pi Lambda Theta: International Honor Society in Education

  • 2009 - 2010 Graduate Research Fellowship for Auburn University, Department of

Kinesiology
Certifications

  • American Red Cross CPR certified (2012 – present)

SERVICE

Louisiana State University Service

  • Faculty advisor for Changing Health, Attitudes, and Actions to Recreate Girls (CHAARG), Fall 2015 - present

College of Human Sciences & Education Service

  • Discovery & Research Committee, 2016-2018

  • Dean’s Representative, Dissertation Defense (Chemistry), Fall 2015

  • Dean’s Representative, Dissertation Defense (Mathematics), Summer 2016

School of Kinesiology Service

  • Search Committee Member, Assistant/Associate Professor – Pedagogy and Psychological Science, Fall 2016 – Spring 2017

  • Search Committee Member, Associate Professor – Pedagogy and Psychological Science, Spring 2016

  • Search Committee Member, Associate/Full Professor - Motor Behavior, Fall 2015-Spring 2016

  • Search Committee Member, Assistant Professor - Motor Behavior, Fall 2015-Spring 2016

Professional Service

  • Website designer and IT specialist for the International Motor Development Research group, November 2016

  • Secretary for the International Consortium on Motor Development Research (IMDR), November 2016 - present

Graduate Student Advisory

  1. Master’s Students (chair)

      • Jackie Victoriano, 2016

      • Graduated with M.S. (May 2016),

  1. Graduate student committees

    • Ph.D. Dissertation Committee Member

      • Keith Randazzo (Major Professor: Melinda Solmon)

        • Graduated with Ph.D. (August 2016)

    • Ph.D. Dissertation Committee Member

      • Joseph Otundo (Major Professor: Alex Garn)

    • Ph.D. Dissertation Committee Member

      • Tim Dasinger (Major Professor: Melinda Solmon)

    • M.S. Thesis Committee Member

      • Angela Simonton (Major Professor: Melinda Solmon/ Alex Garn)

        • Graduated May 2016

      • Kelly Simonton (Major Professor: Melinda Solmon/ Alex Garn)

        • Graduated May 2016

Journal Service

  • Abstractor for the Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, July 2016 - present

Invited Manuscript Reviewer

  • Child: Care, Health, and Development

  • BMC Public Health

  • Sport Medicine

  • Journal of Motor Learning and Development

  • Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy

  • Perceptual and Motor Skills

  • Research Quarterly for Exercise & Sport

  • International Journal of Obesity

  • Research in Intellectual Disabilities

Professional Membership

  • North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (NASPSPA), 2010- present

  • International Motor Development Research (IMDR) Consortium 2016 - present

  • American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), 2011- 2015

  • Society of Health and Physical Educators (formerly AAHPERD), 2011-present

  • Southeast Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine (SEACSM), 2011-2013

  • Pi Lambda Theta: International Honor Society and Professional Association in Education, 2012-2013

  • North American Federation of Adapted Physical Activity, 2014 – present


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