Detailed Information for Julie Wood

Dr. Julie Wood 
Counseling, Kinesiology & Special Education
 » Assistant Professor (Kinesiology)
Office Location
Ferguson Hall 301
Office Hours

MW 1:00-3:00; T 8:00-11:00 & 1:00-4:00

 

 
Phone
Voice: (940) 397-4641
Fax: (940) 397-4901
 
 

Contact Information

julie.wood@mwsu.edu

My Websites

Interests

Motor Learning; Psychosocial Dynamics of Sport Performance


Course Information

  Semester Course #    Section Course Name Location Days / Times
Details Fall 2012 SPAD 5513  X10  Managing Diversity in Sport Environments    Ferguson Hall 301

Online

Details Fall 2012 KNES 4033  X10  Sport & Exercise Psychology    Ferguson Hall 301

Online

Details Fall 2012 KNES 1213  X10  Concepts of Healthy Living    Ferguson Hall 301

Online

Details Spring 2012 SPAD 6013  X20  Field Experience in Sport Administration    Ferguson Hall 

Internet

Details Spring 2012 KNES 4033  X20  Sport & Exercise Psychology    Ferguson Hall 

Internet

Details Spring 2012 KNES 1213  X20  Concepts of Healthy Living    Ferguson Hall 

Internet

Details Fall 2011 SPAD 5113   X10  Leadership & Coaching Sport Programs     

Internet

Details Fall 2011 SPAD 5053  X10  Psychosocial Aspects of Sport     

Internet

Details Fall 2011 KNES 4033  101  Sport and Exercise Psychology    Ferguson Hall 303

 

MW 1:00-3:00; T 8:00-11:00; 1:00-4:00

Details Fall 2011 KNES 1213  X10  Concepts of Healthy Living     

Internet




Education Background

Institution Degree    Graduation Date
Sam Houston State University MA  
University of Northern Iowa BA  
Southern Illinois University - Carbondale PhD  



Employment Background

Institution Position Start Date / End Date
 Eastern New Mexico University  Assistant Professor & Graduate Coordinator  1986-08-15  1991-05-15
 University of Charleston  Associate Professor & Coordinator of HPE  1991-08-15  2002-05-15
 Midwestern State University  Assistant Professor & Coordinator of Kinesiology  2003-08-15  



Research and Publications

 

Wood, J., Waugh, L., & Lancaster, J. (2008). Designing and implementing student-centered assessment. Texas A&M Assessment Conference, College Station, Texas.

 

Wood, J., Waugh, L., Lancaster, J., & Sportsman, S. (2008). Using E-portfolios to demonstrate student learning. Texas A&M Assessment Conference, College Station, Texas.

 

Waugh, L.M., Wood, J., & Lancaster, J. (2008). Poster Presentation: Enhancing the use of technology in Kinesiology.  Campus Technology 08 - 15th Annual Education Technology Conference, Boston, Massachusetts.

 

Wood, J., Baghurst, T., Waugh, L., & Lancaster, J. (2008, September 3). Engaging students in the academic advising process. The Mentor: An Academic Advising Journal. Retrieved at http://www.psu.edu/dus/mentor/080903jw.htm

 

Wood, J., Waugh, L., Wallace, C., & Walker, B. (2009). A rolling stone gathers no moss: Getting the rocks moving. Texas A&M Assessment Conference, College Station, Texas.

 

Waugh, L., Wood, J., Wallace, C., & Walker, B. (2009). Alternative assessments: Finding out what students can do with their knowledge. Texas A&M Assessment Conference, College Station, Texas.

 

Wood, J., Waugh, L., Wallace, C., & Walker, B. (2009). Course-based assessment: Implications for professional practice. Texas A&M Assessment Conference, College Station, Texas.

 

Wood, J., Sportsman, S., Waugh, L.M., & Lancaster, J. (2009). Student-centered assessment: Applications in kinesiology and the health sciences. AAHPERD National Convention and Exposition, Tampa, Florida.

 

Waugh, L.M., Wood, J., & Lancaster, J. (2009). Poster Presentation: Why use technology? AAHPERD National Convention and Exposition, Tampa, Florida.

 

Waugh, L.M. & Wood, J. (2009). Developing rubrics for traditional and alternative assessments. TAHPERD 86th Annual Convention, Arlington, Texas.

 

Wood, J. & Waugh, L.M. (2009). Using alternative assessment in kinesiology. TAHPERD 86th Annual Convention, Arlington, Texas.

 

Wood, J. & Waugh, L. (2010). Using performance assessments to support program effectiveness. Texas A&M Assessment Conference, College Station, Texas.

 

Wood, J. & Waugh, L. (2010). Fitness tests as indicators of candidate competence and program effectiveness. TAHPERD 87th Annual Convention, Galveston, Texas.