Exercise & Sport Sciences Department

Faculty

Kenneth Turley

Kenneth R. Turley, Ph.D., FACSM, CCES

• Professor
• Department Chairman
• Human Performance Lab Director
• Classes Taught

EXSS 410 Laboratory Methods in Exercise Science
EXSS 411 Physiology of Exercise I

• Current Research Interests

Pediatric cardiovascular responses to exercise, specifically cardiovascular control factors.

Current research – Age span blood pressure control study – with the use of the post-exercise muscle ischemic model investigating if chemoreceptor control of blood pressure changes from pre-puberty, to young adult, to older adult to a geriatric population.

Randy Lambeth

Randy Lambeth, Ed.D., A.T.C., L.A.T.

• Professor
• Classes Taught

EXSS 351 Assessment of Lower Extremities
EXSS 352 Clinical Practicum III
EXSS 353 Assessment of Upper Extremities
EXSS 354 Clinical Practicum II
EXSS 408 Administration of Athletic Training
EXSS 421 Clinical Practicum V (Senior Experience)

Bryan Phillips

Bryan Phillips, Ph.D., CSCS

• Professor
• Classes Taught

KINS 261 Coaching Theory & Psychology
EXSS 301 Anatomical & Biomechanical Kinesiology
EXSS 314 Exercise Pharmacology
KINS 323 Kinesiology & Sports in American Culture
KINS 325 Motor Learning
EXSS 412 Physiology of Exercise II
PAS 601 Clinical Human Anatomy & Physiology
EXSS 605 Advanced Biomechanics
EXSS 606 Motor Learning & Performance

Justin Bland

Justin Bland, Ph.D.

• Assistant Professor
• Classes Taught

KINS 101 Introduction to Wellness
KINS 325 Motor Learning
EXSS 404 Measurement & Evaluation of Human Performance
EXSS 409 Exercise Prescription for Various Populations
EXSS 607 Advanced Exercise Physiology

• Current Research Interests – Physiological response to exercise in children – specifically the acute effects of exercise on metabolism

Mark Cullum

Mark Cullum, Ph.D.

• Assistant Professor
• Classes Taught

BIOL 113 Human Structure & Function
KINS 101 Introduction to Wellness
EXSS 254 Measurement & Evaluation of Human Performance
EXSS 301 Anatomical & Biomechanical Kinesiology
KINS 325 Motor Learning
KINS 407 Exercise Physiology: Theory & Application P-12

Brian Cox

Brian Cox, M.S., A.T.C., L.A.T., C.P.T.

• Assistant Professor
• Director, Athletic Training
• Classes Taught

KINS 261 Coaching Theory and Psychology
EXSS 252 Prevention & Treatment of Athletic Injuries
EXSS 253 Clinical Practicum I
EXSS 255 Medical Conditions and Disabilities
EXSS 421 Clinical Practicum VI

• Current Research Interests - Concussion testing and long term effects of contact sports on neurological functions

Anxiety as a result of Type II Diabetes

 Eric Myers

Eric Myers, D.P.T., A.T.C., L.A.T.

• Assistant Professor
• Clinic Director
• Classes Taught

EXSS 252 Prevention and Treatment of Athletic Injuries
EXSS 417 Therapeutic Modalities
EXSS 418 Clinical Practicum IV
EXSS 419 Therapeutic Rehabilitation
EXSS 420 Clinical Practicum V

 
Lacy Rush

Lacy Rush, M.S., A.T.C., L.A.T

• Instructor
• Associate Athletic Trainer
 Ben Buterbaugh

Ben ButerBaugh, A.T.C., L.A.T.

• Instructor
• Assistant Athletic Trainer
 
Jolinda Eubanks

Jolinda Eubanks, A.T.C., L.A.T.

• Instructor
• Assistant Athletic Trainer
 

Athletic Training Preceptors

Andrew Abraham, M.S., P.T.
Kyle Blickenstaff, M.D.
Jim Citty, M.D.
Kenny Fester, M.E.D., A.T.C., L.A.T.
Ann McLarty, B.S.N.
Jonathon Rogers, A.T.C., L.A.T.
Cory Weir, M.P.H., A.T.C., L.A.T.

Staff

 
Debbie HarrisonDebbie Harrison, B.S.
Exercise & Sport Sciences Secretary
Phone: 501-279-4759 Fax: 501-279-4138
dharrison@harding.edu