Dr. Ryan Conners Assistant Professor, College of Education Contact 301 Sparkman DriveWilson HallRoom 319Huntsville, AL 35899 Campus Map firstname.lastname@example.org Biography Dr. Ryan Conners' Curriculum Vitae Education Ph.D., Health and Human Performance, Middle Tennessee State University, 2016 M.S., Exercise Science, Middle Tennessee State University, 2010 B.S., Athletic Training, Canisius College, 2008 Honors & Awards The Research or Creative Experience for Undergraduates Program Award 2020-2017 NIFISA Seminar Member 2019 Collaborative Learning Fellowship Award 2019-2017 UAH Scholarship Enhancement Travel Award 2019-2017 UAH Distinguished Speaker Series Award 2017 Scholar's Day Graduate Poster Presentation 1st place Pinnacle Honor Society Induction, MTSU Graduate Research Consortium Finalist for the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance National Conference in Boston, MA. Finalist for Graduate Research Graduate Teaching Assistantship for Exercise Science/li> Graduate Assistantship for Athletic Training Affiliations American College of Sports Medicine, National Chapter/li> American College of Sports Medicine, Southeast Region National Athletic Trainers Association American Diabetes Association Professional Member American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Tennessee Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education Recent Publications Elsey, A. M., Lowe, A. K., Cornell, A. N., Whitehead, P. N., & Conners, R. T.(2021). Comparison of the three-site and seven-site measurements in female collegiate athletes using bodymetrix. The International Journal of Exercise Science, 14(4), 230-238. Urba?ski, P., Conners, R. T., & Tasiemski, T. (2021). Leisure time physical activity in persons with spinal cord injury across the seasons. Neurological Research, 43(1), 22-28. Conners, R. T., Elliott, J. M., Kyle, D. L., Solomon, S., & Whitehead, P. N. (2020). Physiological responses of youth players during a wheelchair basketball game. European Journal of Adapted Physical Activity, (13), 9, 1-11 Burton, J., Duffey, S., Hammonds, A., LeDuc, A., Shumate, R., Coons, J., &Conners, R.T.(2020). Cardiovascular and stride frequency differences during land and aquatic treadmill walking. The International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education, (12), 4, 1-16. Dodds, F., Knotts, S., Penrod, M., Scoggins, W., & Conners, R.T.(2019). Shoulder strength and range of motion between collegiate pitchers and position players in baseball. The International Journal of Exercise Science, 13(6), 123-130. Cochrum, R., Conners, R. T., Coons, J. (2019). The effect of running barefoot and in barefoot-style footwear on running economy at two self-determined speeds. The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 59(8), 1292-1297. Cochrum, R., Conners, R. T., Coons, J. (2019). The effect of running barefoot and in barefoot-style footwear on running economy at two self-determined speeds. The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 59(8), 1292-1297. Lakshmipuram Raghu, S., Kang, C., Whitehead, P., Takeyama, A., & Conners, R.T.(2019). Static accuracy analysis of Vicon T 40s motion capture cameras for aquatic applications. The Journal of Biomechanics, 24(89), 139-142. Bosheers, A., Light, J., & Conners, R.T.(2019). Sport performance measures in youth wheelchair basketball athletes. Perpetua, 4(1), 1-8. Anderson, J., Chisenall, T., Tolbert, B., Ruffner, J., Whitehead, P., & Conners, R.(2019).Validating the commercially available Garmin Fenix 5x wrist-worn optical sensor for aerobic capacity. The International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 7(1), 147-158.