Assistant Professor of Exercise Science
general anatomy, general physiology, and exercise physiology
One of my major interests is focused on how high intensity exercise impacts both performance in athletes and health in diseased populations. In the past I have studied the effects of high intensity intermittent exercise on body composition, metabolic rate, and maximal oxygen consumption in sedentary and obese adults. Besides incorporating this research into my teaching, I hope to do further studies with students at Franklin College.
My advice to incoming Kinesiology majors is to explore as much as they can and have an open mind. There are wonderful opportunities here at Franklin College that I would encourage all students to take advantage of. Some of these opportunities are student organizations, internships, and courses that engage students in hands-on learning within the campus and community. These types of opportunities can be instrumental to students’ futures by not only building professional relationships, but determining where their passions lie within the field.
I enjoy spending my time outdoors doing things like camping, biking, and kayaking!