Catherine L. Ramstetter, PhD

My CV

Below is my complete CV. It is also available as a pdf here: CLR_CV_4_12_15

CATHERINE L. RAMSTETTER, Ph.D., CHES

(formerly Catherine L. Walsh, MS; maiden: Catherine L. Deitschel)
629 Liddle Lane Wyoming, Ohio 45215
513-515-8402
catherine.ramstetter@gmail.com
https://catherinelramstetter.wordpress.com

EDUCATION

Ph.D., Health Education:  University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio 6/2010
M.S., Health Appraisal and Enhancement (Catherine L. Walsh):  Miami University, Oxford, Ohio 5/1994
B.A., History, Minor Political Science (Catherine L. Deitschel):  Miami University, Oxford, Ohio 12/1986

 

TEACHING & RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Associate Dean, Arts & Sciences

The Christ College of Nursing and Health Sciences

§  Responsible for 11 full-time and 15 adjunct faculty Arts & Sciences faculty (English, Math, Natural and Social Sciences, Humanities) including hiring, evaluation and assignment of courses for faculty

§  Collaborate with Registrar on scheduling of courses to maximize resources while meeting needs of students to progress successfully

§  Lead for College’s Strategic Plan to develop and implement Health Sciences programs

§  Supervisor of Biology and Math tutors and the College’s Writing Center

§  Member of the Institutional Policy Committee

 

Assistant Professor

The Christ College of Nursing and Health Sciences

§  Teach Health Promotion & Wellness (300 level; hybrid delivery) and Social and Cultural Issues in Contemporary Regional Health Care (100 level; traditional)

§  Student activities include Photovoice, Medical Home Assessment, Evaluative Reflection, Health Expo, Worksite Wellness Program Plan, Health Education, Service Learning.

§  On College Course Evaluation, 100% of students who responded agreed or strongly agreed the course activities and facilitation contributed to their achievement of learning outcomes.

§  Responsible for Community Health Worker program

 

5/2014 – present

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4/2012-5/2014

Volunteer School Health Coordinator & Principal Investigator, PAR study

Corryville Catholic Elementary School

§  Established Wellness Council, Student Health Council (SHC), 2009

§  Facilitated completion of CDC’s School Health Index and Asset Mapping, 2009

§  Led writing of comprehensive wellness policy based on SHI, 2009

§  Implemented strategies to address physical activity, nutrition, staff health promotion

§  Facilitated SHC in student-led initiatives to address student, staff, family emotional, physical activity and nutritional needs

§  Awarded $2000 Ohio Department of Education Team Nutrition Grant, 2009-2010

§  Awarded Fuel Up To Play 60 grants: $2000 in 2012-2013, $3000 in 2013-2014

§  SHC member selected Ohio’s Student Ambassador of the Year, FUTP60 2012-2013

§  Resulted in dissertation, book, presentations, American School Health Conferences

 

10/2008-present
Principal Investigator, Recess in Elementary Schools in the United States

§  Conducted literature review of whole-child benefits of recess in U.S. elementary schools.

§  Collaborated with Ohio Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics on public advocacy campaign in 2010-2011.

§  Resulted in Journal of School Health publication (November 2010); Position Statement of the American Academy of Pediatrics (January, 2013).

2/2007-11/2010
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Health Promotion & Education

University of Cincinnati, College of Criminal Justice, Education and Human Services,

School of Human Services; College of Medicine, Department of Public Health Sciences

§  Health Science Statistics (HPE 791); core graduate health education course (A10 & A11).

§  Health Promotion Program Management (HPE 732); graduate health education course (S11)—Service Learning course with the Freestore Foodbank.

§  Health Systems and Health Policy (PH 702); core course in Masters in Public Health curriculum: four graduate credits (W10 and U11).

§  Received average of 4.3 on 5-point scale from students on college-level course evaluation.

 

9/2010 – 6/2012
Principal Investigator, Classroom Action Research Study

§  Interrogated own teaching practice; explicitly examined methods and pedagogy:

§  Integrated role of health educator conducting needs assessment of current knowledge and understanding in order to facilitate empowered response.

§  Resulted in peer-reviewed poster, American Association for Health Education Strategies.

 

12/2007– 6/2008
Research Assistant, Study of Authors of Racial/Ethnic Minority Groups

University of Cincinnati

§  Prepared IRB proposal, and survey for mailing, tracked respondents;

§  Analyzed data in SPSS; wrote introduction, methods and results sections of manuscript.

§  Resulted in peer-reviewed presentation at Tri-State Diversity Conference.

 

9/2006 – 6/2009
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Health Promotion & Education

University of Cincinnati, College of Criminal Justice, Education and Human Services,

School of Human Services

§  Full teaching responsibility for undergraduate health education courses.

§  Conducted Classroom Action Research to improve teaching practice.

§  Received ratings of “excellent” from students in end-of-quarter evaluations.

 

9/2006 – 6/2008
Program Manager, Researcher, Sportsmetrics™ Training Program

Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation

§  Researched, developed implementation protocols, sport-specific drills for Sportsmetrics™, knee-injury prevention for female athletes; assisted with IRB approval process.

§  Directed recruitment, training of athletes; supervised data collection and evaluation.

§  Developed and delivered curriculum for 13-hour Sportsmetrics™ certification.

§  Trained physical therapists, athletic trainers, physicians and coaches to deliver training.

§  Responsible for production of Sportsmetrics™ instructional video series; storyboard and accompanying instructional manuals, on-camera introduction and voice-over.

§  Resulted in co-authorship of two peer-reviewed articles, presentations: training workshops, seminars and certifications.

7/2001 – 7/2004

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Health Education Consultant

Every Child Succeeds

§  Adapt “Bringing Literacy Home” curriculum for Home Visitor implementation for use in home visits with at-risk children (ages 0-3 years).

§  Wrote instructions and informational handbook for home visitors and parents.

§  Co-developed web-based interactive early literacy program.

 

9/2011 – 12/2012
Health Educator

Hamilton County General Health District, Department of Public Health

§  Supervised Request for Proposal for county constituencies to conduct needs assessment, develop action plans and implement a policy, environment, or systems change:

§  Developed rubric to score applicants; conduct training on CDC’s CHANGE Tool; oversee constituents’ progress and process.

§  Facilitate 12 community entities through assessment, action planning, implementation:

§  Coordinate meetings, track progress, report outcomes; collect data, promote action.

§  Resulted in policy, environment, systems changes affecting physical activity and nutrition.

 

9/2011 – 12/2012
Assistant Director, Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning

University of Cincinnati

(Graduate Assistant, 7/2008-9/2009)

§  Collaborated with Director writing Faculty Development Council (FDC) Grants for CET&L Programs; CET&L received $275,000 2009-2011.

§  Managed faculty-development programs: workshops, seminars, conferences, consultations.

§  Responsible for all Center assessment and evaluation; designed method of pre-seminar, post-seminar, follow-up assessment for all seminars; analyzed and interpreted results; prepared annual reports.

7/2008 – 8/2011
Fitness & Group Exercise Manager

Mercy HealthPlex, Western Hills

§  Responsible for Fitness, Personal Training and Group Exercise programs and personnel:

§  Daily operation of departments to deliver $200K annual revenue (20% of total revenue);

§  Staff hiring, professional development; performance evaluation; payroll.

§  Developed, implemented protocols for fitness assessment, exercise program orientation.

 

7/2004 – 9/2006
Women’s Program Manager (see Research)

Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation

§  Responsible for development, delivery and research of Sportsmetrics™ Training Program:

§  Trained trainers; created tracking logs for trainers and athletes;

§  Provided public relations: interviews, guest columnist, press releases, health fairs.

§  Supervised Sportsmetrics™ trainers and interns.

 

7/2001 – 7/2004
Occupational Safety Instructor/Service Sales Representative

Xpect First Aid & Safety (Now Cintas FirstAid)

§  Provided CPR/First Aid certification, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training to companies.

§  Managed first aid and safety needs for 250 companies, increased sales 33% per day.

 

9/2000 – 7/2001
Employment Coordinator; Fitness Center and Wellness Coordinator

Ohio National Financial Services

§  Evaluated responsibilities, open positions with hiring managers; conducted initial interviews.

§  Managed 500-employee on-site fitness center and wellness programming.

§  Created promotional materials for on-site fitness center increasing usage of center 25%.

§  Designed and delivered personalized and group health/wellness incentive programs.

 

1/1998 – 6/2000
Coordinator

TriHealth Preventive Health Systems

§  Responsible for 8-week instructor training program (ELITE Training):

§  Wrote teaching methods, instructional manual, exam;

§  Instructed classes:  lectures, discussion, small-group practical sessions;

§  Directed compliance with national accreditation (ACE).

§  Wrote protocols for exercise assessment, intervention and managing special populations.

§  Prepared Preventive Health Systems’ Diabetes Management Program Proposal.

 

9/1993 – 12/1997
Graduate Assistant; Director of Aerobiholics

Miami University Office of Continuing Education

§  Hired, supervised 35 student instructors for aerobics program (70 classes per week).

§  Organized and oversaw semi-annual training workshop and audition for instructors

§  Created, developed and distributed all marketing materials for market of 8000 students.

8/1993 – 5/1994

 

Insurance Director (and Medical Assistant)

Cincinnati Child Care, Inc. (Pediatric Practice)

§  Responsible for managing insurance contracts, billing and reimbursement.

§  Negotiated fee maximums, usual-customary reimbursement and fee schedules.

§  Responsible for patient intake: chief complaint, temperature, biometrics.

§  Conducted in-office lab tests: urinalysis (manual white blood count); urine and throat culture; hematocrit/hemoglobin; mono and pregnancy tests; Complete Blood Count.

§  Administered injections and immunizations.

2/1980 – 6/1989

SERVICE & AWARDS

American School Health Association (ASHA)

  • Future Leaders Academy, 2010-2012
  • Local Planning Committee, 2011 School Health Conference
  • Continuing Education Committee, current

Bellarmine Parish Advisory Committee

Corryville Catholic School, School Board Member (2010-present)

  • Volunteer Health Coordinator
  • Member of Development Committee

Ohio Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Home and School Health Committee

  • Lead researcher of position statement on recess

OSOPHE (Ohio SOPHE) and SOPHE member

Prestige AV & Creative Services, Consultant, Wellness Council and Programs

City of Wyoming, Ohio Sesquicentennial Celebration, Co-Chair (2010-2011)

Selected for Inaugural AAHPERD Graduate Student Leadership Conference (10/2006)

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

  1. Ramstetter, C. (2013). Action Research to promote health in one elementary school. Saarbrucken, Germany: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing.
  2. Murray, R., Ramstetter, C., Devore, C., Allison, M., Ancona, R., Barnett, S., … & Young, T. (2013). The crucial role of recess in school.Pediatrics131(1), 183-188.
  3. Griebling, S., Vaughn, L. M., Howell, B., Ramstetter, C., & Dole, D. (January, 2013). From passive to active voice: Using photography as a catalyst for social action. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 3( 2), 16-28.
  4. Ramstetter, C. L., Murray, R., & Garner, A. (November, 2010). The crucial role of recess in schools. Journal of School Health, 80(11), 517-526.
  5. Ramstetter, C. (2010). Participatory Action Research to assess and enhance Coordinated School Health in one elementary school (Doctoral dissertation, University of Cincinnati). Document number: ucin1276537211; http://rave.ohiolink.edu/etdc/view?acc_num=ucin1276537211
  6. Ramstetter (Walsh), C. L. (2008). Bullying prevention programs in U.S. elementary schools: A discussion of conclusions and implications. The Health Education Monograph Series: Student Monograph, 25(3), 27-37.
  7. Barber-Westin, S. D., Galloway, M., Noyes, F. R., Corbett, G., & Walsh, C. (December, 2005). Assessment of lower limb neuromuscular control in prepubescent athletes. American Journal of Sports Medicine, 33, 1853 – 1860.
  8. Noyes, F. R., Westin, S. B., Fleckenstein, C. M., Walsh, C. L., & West, J. R. (February, 2005). The drop-jump screening test: Difference in lower limb alignment between gender and effect of neuromuscular training in female athletes. American Journal of Sports Medicine, 33, 197-207.

PEER-REVIEWED PRESENTATIONS

  1. Ramstetter, C. L., Chaney, R., & Cook, J. (October, 2011). Students who “Practice what they preach” and improve their school. American School Health Association’s Annual School Health Conference, Concurrent Session. Louisville, KY.
  2. Ramstetter, C. L., & Bernard, A. (October, 2011). Process as outcome: From establishing relationships to established Wellness Council. American School Health Association’s Annual School Health Conference, Concurrent Session. Louisville, KY.
  3. Stieha, V., Louis, V., Hellman, S., Ramstetter, C., Lanman, S., Woods, A., . . .Hensley, B. (April, 2011). Naked on the page: Graduate students’ experience with action research. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Concurrent Session. New Orleans, LA.
  4. Ramstetter, C. L. (October, 2010). Developing a student wellness council in a PAR study to assess and enhance school health. American School Health Association’s Annual School Health Conference, Concurrent Session. Kansas City, MO.
  5. Ramstetter, C. L., & Murray, R. (December, 2009). Recess: A review of the literature, implications and considerations for schools. Ohio Alliance for Health Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Convention, Concurrent Session. Columbus, OH.
  6. Ramstetter, C. L. (October, 2009). Using “Know-Want to know-Learn” to establish healthy school teams and wellness councils. American School Health Association’s Annual School Health Conference, Roundtable. Denver, CO.
  7. Ramstetter (Walsh), C. L. (April, 2009). Photovoice for shared understanding and meaning-making. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, National Conference, American Association for Health Education, Strategies Poster Session. Tampa, FL.
  8. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation, & Ramstetter (Walsh), C. L. (April, 2009). Sportsmetrics: Preventing serious knee ligament injury in female athletes. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, National Conference, National Association for Girls and Women in Sport, Workshop. Tampa, FL.
  9. Ramstetter (Walsh), C. L., & Rojas-Guyler, L. (February, 2009). Current trends in health research: Implications for reaching and working with diverse populations. 5th Annual Tri-State Diversity Conference: Diversity 2.0: Tomorrow’s Solutions for Today’s Problems. Sharonville, OH.
  10. Rojas-Guyler, L. Walsh, C. L., Luquis, R. R., & Perez, M. A. (April, 2008). Understanding best practice models for conducting health education research with racial and ethnic populations. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, National Conference, American Association for Health Education, Poster Session. Fort Worth, TX.
  11. Walsh, C. L., & King, K. A. (November, 2007). Development of an instrument to measure core academic teachers’ daily physical activity instruction in the primary grades, Ohio Alliance for Health Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Convention, Poster Session. Columbus, OH.
  12. Walsh, C. L. (August, 2004). Sportsmetrics™: Neuromuscular training to prevent ACL injuries in females, 7th Annual Armed Forces Health Protection Conferenc Albuquerque, NM.
  13. Walsh, C. L. (August, 2004). Strength training fallacies and benefits for the female athlete, 7th Annual Armed Forces Health Protection Conference. Albuquerque, NM.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS (Health Professionals)

  1. Ramstetter, C.L. (April 23, 2013). The importance of physical activity in schools. Roadmaps to health: Active living for the body and brain. Health Policy Institute of Ohio. Kettering, OH.
  2. Ramstetter, C.L. (May 7, 2013). The crucial role of recess in schools. Nutrition + Physical Activity Learning Connection: Ohio Summit. Action for Healthy Kids. Gahana, OH.
  3. Chace, M., & Ramstetter, C.L. (April, 2011). Latest findings and best practices for recess in grades k-8:   What is the role of PTA?. Ohio PTA Convention. Columbus, OH.
  4. Ramstetter, C.L. (July, 2009). It’s time for recess. Advocacy Campaign for Elementary-School Recess. Home and School Health Committee for the Ohio Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics. Columbus, OH.
  5. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation & Walsh, C. L. (May, 2007). Sportsmetrics™ program defined, trainer requirements, Sportsmetrics™ Certification Course. Hilton Head Island, SC.
  6. Walsh, C. L., (October, 2006). The drop-jump screening test for neuromuscular indices, American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Graduate Student Leadership Conference. Reston, VA.
  7. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. Walsh, C. L. (September, 2004). Sportsmetrics™ program defined, trainer requirements, Sportsmetrics™ Certification Course. Cincinnati, OH.
  8. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. Walsh, C. L. (July, 2004). Sportsmetrics™ program defined, trainer requirements, Sportsmetrics™ Certification Course. Cincinnati, OH.
  9. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. Walsh, C. L. (May, 2004). Sportsmetrics™ program defined, trainer requirements, Sportsmetrics™ Certification Course. Hilton Head Island, SC.
  10. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. Walsh, C. L. (March, 2004). Sportsmetrics™ program defined, trainer requirements, Sportsmetrics™ Certification Course. Cincinnati, OH.
  11. Walsh, C. L. (March, 2004). Dynamic warm-up and flexibility exercises to prevent injury. Spectrum Tenth Annual Sportsmedicine Symposium, Cincinnati OH.
  12. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. Walsh, C. L. (January, 2004). Sportsmetrics™ program defined, trainer requirements, Sportsmetrics™ Certification Course. Cincinnati, OH.
  13. Walsh, C. L. (November, 2003). Sportsmetrics™: An overview, American College of Sports Medicine, Greater New York Chapter Annual Meeting.  New York City, NY.
  14. Walsh, C. L. (November, 2003). Sportsmetrics™: An overview, Illinois Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting. Naperville, IL.
  15. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. Walsh, C. L. (November, 2003). Sportsmetrics™ program defined, trainer requirements, Sportsmetrics™ Certification Course. Cincinnati, OH.
  16. Walsh, C. L. (November, 2003). Preventive neuromuscular training: Sportsmetrics™. The Female Athlete: Prevention|Treatment|Performance. Cincinnati, OH.
  17. Walsh, C. L. (November, 2003). Training and conditioning for the female athlete; weight training/strength programs: Fallacies and benefits, The Female Athlete: Prevention|Treatment|Performance. Cincinnati, OH.
  18. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. Walsh, C. L. (September, 2003). Sportsmetrics™ program defined, trainer requirements, Sportsmetrics™ Certification Course. Cincinnati, OH.
  19. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. Walsh, C. L. (July, 2003). Sportsmetrics™ program defined, trainer requirements, Sportsmetrics™ Certification Course. Cincinnati, OH.
  20. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. Walsh, C. L. (June, 2003). Sportsmetrics™ program defined, trainer requirements, Sportsmetrics™ Certification Course. Silverdale, WA.
  21. Walsh, C. L. (May, 2003). Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Sports Injury Testing to detect and prevent knee injuries, Advances on the Knee and Shoulder, Hilton Head Island, SC.
  22. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. Walsh, C. L. (May, 2003). Sportsmetrics™ program defined, trainer requirements, Sportsmetrics™ Certification Course. Hilton Head Island, SC.
  23. Walsh, C. L. (May, 2003). Sportsmetrics™: Neuromuscular training for prevention of knee injury, University of Kentucky Wildcat Symposium. Lexington, KY.
  24. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. Walsh, C. L. (May, 2003). Sportsmetrics™ program defined, trainer requirements, Sportsmetrics™ Certification Course. Petoskey, MI.
  25. Walsh, C. L. (April, 2003). Sportsmetrics™: Sports Injury Test and plyometric exercises, HealthSouth Orthopaedic Symposium. Houston, TX.
  26. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. Walsh, C. L. (March, 2003). Sportsmetrics™ program defined, trainer requirements, Sportsmetrics™ Certification Course. Cincinnati, OH.
  27. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. Walsh, C. L. (February, 2003). Sportsmetrics™ program defined, trainer requirements, Sportsmetrics™ Certification Course. Cincinnati, OH.
  28. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. Walsh, C. L. (November, 2002). Sportsmetrics™ program defined, trainer requirements, Sportsmetrics™ Certification Course. Cincinnati, OH.
  29. Walsh, C. L. (September, 2002). Sportsmetrics™, Sports Injury Testing, Teaching Conference of Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. Cincinnati, OH.
  30. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. Walsh, C. L. (September, 2002). Sportsmetrics™ program defined, trainer requirements, Sportsmetrics™ Certification Course. Spokane WA.
  31. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. Walsh, C. L. (September, 2002). Sportsmetrics™ program defined, trainer requirements, Sportsmetrics™ Certification Course. Cincinnati, OH.
  32. Walsh, C. L. (May, 2002). Sports Injury Testing: Profiling the athlete with abnormal indices, Advances on the Knee and Shoulder. Hilton Head Island, SC.
  33. Walsh, C. L. (May, 2002). Sportsmetrics™: Neuromuscular training to prevent knee injuries, Advances on the Knee and Shoulder. Hilton Head Island, SC.
  34. Walsh, C. L. (May, 2002). Sportsmetrics™ development and Sports Injury Testing, HealthSouth Sportsmetrics™ Symposium. Charlotte, NC.
  35. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. Walsh, C. L. (April, 2002). Sportsmetrics™ program defined, trainer requirements, Sportsmetrics™ Certification Course. Cincinnati, OH.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS (Community)

  1. Walsh, C. L. (March, 2006). Everyday exercises, Speaking of Women’s Health. Cincinnati, OH.
  2. Walsh, C. L. & Butler, P. L. (March, 2005). FITTing it all in, Speaking of Women’s Health. Cincinnati, OH.
  3. Walsh, C. L. (June, 2004). Sportsmetrics™ team specialist workshop, Ursuline Academy. Cincinnati, OH.
  4. Walsh, C. L. (May, 2004). Sportsmetrics™ team specialist workshop, McAuley High School. Cincinnati, OH.
  5. Walsh, C. L. (July, 2002). Injury prevention: Training and conditioning programs for high school athletes, Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Coaches Clinic for State of Ohio High School Coaching Requirement. Milford OH.

INVITED PUBLICATIONS

  1. Walsh, C. L. (Winter, 2005). Warming up to it: Pre-practice movements to help on the diamond. Sporting Kid, the Official Publication of the National Alliance for Youth Sports.
  2. Walsh, C. L. (Fall, 2004). Stay in the game. Touchline, the official publication of the Soccer Association for Youth.
  3. Walsh, C. L. (Fall, 2004). Jumps and lunges: Helping young basketball players gain strength and flexibility. Sporting Kid, the Official Publication of the National Alliance for Youth Sports.
  4. Walsh, C. L. (March, 2004). Agility drills for soccer. Sporting Kid, the Official Publication of the National Alliance for Youth Sports.
  5. Walsh, C. L., Brock, M. L. (March, 2003). Strength training for soccer. Sporting Kid, the Official Publication of the National Alliance for Youth Sports.
  6. Walsh, C. L., Brock, M. L., Getz, C. M. (October, 2002). Stretch it out. Sporting Kid, the Official Publication of the National Alliance for Youth Sports.
  7. Walsh, C. L., Brock, M. L., Getz, C. M. (March, 2002) Working out the kinks. Sporting Kid, the Official Publication of the National Alliance for Youth Sports.
  8. Noyes, F. R., Walsh, C. L. (October, 2001). Training and prevention equal longevity for women’s knees. Living Longer Health Courier.

VIDEO PUBLICATIONS

  1. Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning. (November, 2010). What UC Students Say about “Interdisciplinary” Studies. ProfPost, Voices on Main. University of Cincinnati. http://www.youtube.com/user/ProfPost#p/u/0/RSgr4wHrruw
  2. Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning. (May, 2010). Keep it interactive! ProfPost, Voices on Main. University of Cincinnati. http://www.youtube.com/user/ProfPost#p/u/2/wjS2XIWoQ6g
  3. Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning. (March, 2010). What would you tell President Williams? ProfPost, Voices on Main. University of Cincinnati. http://www.youtube.com/user/ProfPost#p/u/1/4aieAyna4cE
  4. Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning. (July 22, 2009). Semester conversion: Some Pros and Cons. ProfPost, Voices on Main. University of Cincinnati. http://www.youtube.com/user/ProfPost#p/u/3/Oh1YsjBFG0I
  5. Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning. (July 22, 2009). Semester conversion: When does it happen? ProfPost, Voices on Main. University of Cincinnati. http://profpost.uc.edu/category/voices-on-main/
  6. Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning. (March, 2009). What’s more important: Pedagogy or personality? ProfPost, Voices on Main. University of Cincinnati. http://profpost.uc.edu/category/voices-on-main/
  7. Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning. (February, 2009). What professors wear: Does it matter? ProfPost, Voices on Main. University of Cincinnati. http://profpost.uc.edu/category/voices-on-main/
  8. Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning. (January, 2009). Voices on Main: Cell phones in the classroom. University of Cincinnati http://profpost.uc.edu/category/voices-on-main/
  9. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. (2007). Sportsmetrics™ WIPP: Warm-up for Injury Prevention and Performance.
  10. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. (2004). Sportsmetrics™ Basketball.
  11. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. (2003). Sportsmetrics™ Soccer.
  12. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. (2002). Sportsmetrics™ WIPP: Warm-up for Injury Prevention and Performance.
  13. Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation. (2002). Sportsmetrics™ Training & Technique.
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