Experts List

Experts for: Athletics & Sport Science

Michael Darrell Cauthen

Lecturer, African American Studies
MS Purdue University
(336) 334-5507, mdcauthe@uncg.edu

  • Conceptualizations of Race and Ethnicity
  • The Race and Intelligence Debate
  • The Recruitment of High School Student-Athletes in Non-Revenue Sports
  • Race, Sports, and Society

Paul Davis

Assistant Professor, Kinesiology
PhD University of South Carolina
(336) 334-3030, pgdavis@uncg.edu

  • Health Benefits of Exercise
  • Proper Amounts of Exercise

Donna M. Duffy

Assistant Professor, Kinesiology
Director, Program for the Advancement of Girls and Women in Sport and Physical Activity
PhD The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
(336) 334-3025, dmduffy@uncg.edu

  • Girls and women in sport and physical activity
  • Physical Education and teacher education
  • Integrated learning for classroom teachers

Jennifer Etnier

Associate Professor, Kinesiology
PhD Arizona State University
(336) 334-3037, jletnier@uncg.edu

  • Physical Activity and Cognitive Performance in ADHD
  • Physical Activity and the Prevention of Dementia

Diane L. Gill

Professor, Kinesiology
Linda Arnold Carlisle Distinguished Excellence Professor, Women's and Gender Studies
PhD University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
(336) 334-4683, dlgill@uncg.edu

  • Sport and Exercise Psychology
  • Physical Activity and Quality of Life/Psychological Well-Being
  • Physical Activity and Health Promotion

Allan Goldfarb

Professor, Kinesiology
PhD Temple University
(336) 334-3029, ahgoldfa@uncg.edu

  • Sports Nutrition
  • Antioxidants & Exercise
  • Beta-endorphins and Exercise

William Karper

Associate Professor, Kinesiology
EdD New York University
(336) 334-3035, wbkarper@uncg.edu

  • Exercise and Chronic Pain - Arthritis & Fibromyalgia
  • Exercise & Older Adults
  • Exercise & Health

Kristine Lundgren

Associate Professor, Communication Sciences & Disorders
Assistant Professor, Boston University School of Medicine
PhD Boston University
(336) 334-5184, k_lundgr@uncg.edu

  • Recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction
  • Recovery from Aphasia (acquired language disorder in adults)
  • Sports Concussion
  • Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Jeffrey J. Milroy

Adjunct Professor, Public Health Education
DPH The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
(336) 256-8686, jjmilroy@uncg.edu

  • Physical Activity Promotion
  • Prevention Science & Intervention Development; Behavioral Change
  • Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs and Athletes
  • College Student Health

Steve Nugent

Women's Soccer Head Coach, Intercollegiate Athletics
BS Florida Atlantic University
(336) 676-3939, smnugent@uncg.edu

  • Parent pressure....the role athletics plays in the family.
  • Making the grade....preparing to succeed at the college level in academics and athletics.
  • Credible Coaching....creating a credible environment for young athletes to succeed.
  • Self Discipline...Are you really "all in".

Mike Perko

Associate Professor, Public Health Education
PhD The University of Alabama
(336) 256-8505, mike.perko@uncg.edu

  • Performance Enhancers and Athletes
  • Worksite Wellness

Stuart J. Schleien

Professor & Department Chair, Community & Therapeutic Recreation
PhD University of Maryland
(336) 334-3119, sjs@uncg.edu

  • Inclusion of people with disabilities in community recreation and sports.

Mark Schulz

Associate Professor, Public Health Education
PhD The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
(336) 334-5517, mrschulz@uncg.edu

  • Bicycle Safety - How should bicyclists interact with motor vehicles and pedestrians?
  • Bicycle Helmet Use - The epidemiology of bicycle helmet use in Greensboro and the world.
  • Bicycling Fatalities - The epidemiology of bicycle fatalities in North Carolina and beyond.
  • Facilitating Bicycling - Factors that promote and impede bicycling.

Mark Schumacher

Reference Librarian, University Libraries
MLS State University of New York at Buffalo
(336) 334-3215, m_schuma@uncg.edu

  • Librarianship
  • Frisbee (history, ethos, technique)

Sandra Shultz

Professor, Kinesiology
PhD University of Virginia
(336) 334-3027, sjshultz@uncg.edu

  • Injuries in Women
  • Effect of Hormones/Menstrual Cycle on Knee Function & Performance
  • Knee Injuries - Specifically ACL Injury
  • Preventing Knee Injuries in Youth Sports

Christopher Stanley

Associate Professor, N/A
Winston-Salem State University Psychological Sciences (full-time faculty)
Ph.D. Loyola University - Chicago
(773) 787-6737, ctstanley@hotmail.com

  • Human development across the lifespan
  • Family influences on development
  • Psychosocial aspects of sport
  • Identity

Terrance Stewart

Men's Golf Coach, Intercollegiate Athletics
MA Lenoir Rhyne College
(336) 202-5337, tcstewar@uncg.edu

  • Golf

Aaron Terranova

Assistant Professor, Kinesiology
EdD The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
(336) 334-3563, abterran@uncg.edu

  • Job Satisfaction
  • Injury Assessment

Trever K. Wright

Compliance Coordinator, Intercollegiate Athletics
MA Florida State University
(336) 944-4639, tkwrigh2@unc.edu

  • NCAA Athletics
  • NCAA Eligibility and Rules Education in Regards to Student-Athletes

David Wyrick

Associate Professor, Public Health Education
PhD The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
(336) 334-4501, dlwyrick@uncg.edu

  • Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention with High School and College Students and Student-Athletes
  • Prevention of High-Risk Drinking with College Students
  • Protecting and Promoting Health through Entrepreneurship