Faculty members in HKSS are active in their professions and are often viewed as leaders and scholars in their fields. We think it helps us better achieve our mission and improves our teaching. We make every attempt to connect our research activities to our classrooms and our students. Often, our scholarship involves HKSS students in areas such as studying the literature, collecting and analyzing data, writing reports or articles, or presenting findings or specialized content.
Gitelson, R. Case, A., et al. (2007). The Role of Senior Centers in the Lives of At-Risk Older Adults. Paper presented at 2007 Leisure Research Symposium, NRPA Congress, Indianapolis, IN, September.
Orri, J. and Darden, G. (2008). Reliability and validity of the iSAM 9000 isokinetic dynamometer. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 22 (1), 1-8.
Darden, G. (2007). Encouraging faculty scholarship at the comprehensive university: What’s the chair to do? Academic Leader, 23, 11, 1/6.
Lemmer, J.T., Martel, G.F., Hurlbut, D.E., and Hurley, B.F. (2007). Age and Sex
Differentially Affect Regional Changes in One Repetition Maximum Strength. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 21(3): 731-737.
Martel, G.F., Roth, S.M., Hurlbut, D.E., Ivey, F.M., Lemmer, J.T., Tracy, B.L., Metter, E.J.,
Hurley, B.F., and Rogers, M.A. (2006). Age and sex affect skeletal muscle fibre adaptations to
Heavy resistance strength training. Experimental Physiology. 91(2): 457-464.
McGlone, C., & Martin, N. (2006). Nike’s Corporate Interest Lives Strong: A Case of Cause - Related Marketing and Leveraging. Sport Marketing Quarterly, 15(3).
Schafer, G. & McGlone, C. (2006). Negligence and Sovereign Immunity. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 77 (6), 10-11.
Nelson, S. (2008). The magic of mentoring. Presentation conducted at AAHPERD National Convention, Fort Worth, TX, April.
Nelson, S. (2006). Incorporating civic learning into a physical education teacher education course. Presentation conducted at the International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI, January.
Rockey, D. & O’Connor, N. (Fall 2006). Building relationships with your local university. Texas Recreation and Parks Society Magazine, 26-28.
Rockey, D. & Gustafson, T. (2007). Are We English Teachers? Using Rubrics to Grade Written Assignments. Paper presented at the National Recreation and Parks Association SPRE Teaching Institute, Clemson, SC, January.
Royce, S.W., Abel, D., Brown, T.N., Kuenzel, N.A., Smith, J.N., Stang, L.M. (2007) Coastal Carolina University’s Habitat for Humanity Sustainable Building and Living Project: An Honor’s Program Service Learning Course. Proceedings of Greening of the Campus. Fall 2007, p. 256-260.
Royce, S. Targeted Community Investment Grant ($7,000). “Environmental tobacco smoke on Coastal Carolina University’s campus: A policy change initiative. American Cancer Society, 2006-2007.
Thompson, S. (2007). The prevalence of characteristics of the Female Athlete Triad among collegiate cross country athletes. Journal of College Health, September-October.
DeBate, R.D. , Zhang, Y., & Thompson, S. (2007). Changes in motivation to participate in physical activity among 8-11 year old girls. American Journal of Health Education, 38(5), 277-284.
Yannessa, J. (2007). HIV related stigma in the 21st century: Are healthcare providers actually contributing to the problem? Invited Keynote address at Coastal Carolina University’s AIDS Awareness Day, held in conjunction with World AIDS Day. November 29.
Yannessa, J., Reece, M., Karpiak, S. (2007). HIV-related nurse's awareness of Complementary/Alternative Medicine. Presentation at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C.