Steven Hawkins, Ph.D.

Professor, Chair of Exercise Science

Email: shawkins@callutheran.edu
Office: GSFC 234

I joined the Exercise Science Department at CLU in the Fall of 2007. I teach Exercise Physiology, Advanced Exercise Physiology, and Statistics. My research focus is skeletal health and musculoskeletal aspects of aging. This has included projects on bone and muscle changes in response to acute and chronic exercise, aging athletes, and bone differences among various ethnic groups.

NACSM, NAK, and AKA Committee Member, Physical Activity Promotion in Colleges and Universities, January 2012-December 2014

NACSM Committee Member, Exercise is Medicine on Campus, May 2010-June 2015

SWACSM President, November 2009 - October 2010

SWACSM Administrative Council Member, October 2002 – October 2009, November 2010-October 2011

Fellow, American College of Sports Medicine

Research Fellow, Physical Activity and Public Health, CDC

Grant Reviewer – Center for Disease Control, Research Council of Hong Kong

Peer Reviewer – Exercise and Sports Sciences Reviews, Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology, European Journal of Applied Physiology, Journal of Gerontology Medical Sciences, Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Age and Ageing, Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, Research in Sports Medicine, Life Sciences, Family and Community Health, International Journal of Exercise Science, International Journal of Sports Medicine, Physician and Sportsmedicine

Memberships – American Physiological Society, American College of Sports Medicine, Southwest Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine, American Society of Radiologic Technologists

USA Track & Field – Level II certified endurance coach, Level I certified coach

Licensed X-ray Technician, State of California

Doctorate of Philosophy, University of Southern California, 8/95 – 12/99 Fields of Study: Exercise Physiology & Gerontology

Master of Science, Emporia State University, Kansas, 8/83 – 5/85 Fields of Study: Exercise Science & Physical Education

Bachelor of Science in Education, Emporia State University, Kansas, 1/79 – 5/83 Fields of Study: Physical Education & Biology

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