PhD, The Florida State University (1977)
M.S., The Florida State University (1973)
B.S., Brooklyn College, NYC (1973)
First Year Orientation Experience
First Year Seminar A Study Of Physical Activity Relative To The Inactive Lifestyle
Developing informed and knowledgeable health professionals and practioners who will use their knowledge of science and skill of critical thinking for the benefit of society.
Sports medicine, exercise science, and the behaviors that model the active lifestyle.
Physiological profiles of athletes and the metabolic demands of their sport (cardiovascular, respiratory, body composition and musculoskeletal factors.)
Faculty Athletic Representative of the New York Collegiate Athletic Conference. September 2001-present.
Faculty Athletic Representative for Adelphi University.
Member American College of Sports Medicine Healthy Year 2000 Committee. Developing turn-key projects for inducing public participation in physical activity,1997-1999.
Presentation to the New York Collegiate Athletic Conference FARs on the state of Division II rules and regulations regarding issues of Compliance, Eligibility, and Financial Aid. June 2005.
NCAA Division II Best Practices Committee member 2005-06
Community and Corporate Leadership
Consultant to the Long Island YMCA- Glen Cove and Huntington Branches. 2005
Licenses & Certifications
NYS teaching certification in physical Education.