STEPHEN C. GLASS, Ph.D. EPC, FACSM
Professor, Department of Movement Science
1 Campus Dr., Allendale, MI 49401 616) 331- 8563 email@example.com
2011 Harvard Graduate School of Education
Management Development Program
1993 Ph.D. Exercise Physiology
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL.
(Cardiac Rehab/Adult Fitness Track)
1986 B.S. Corporate and Community Fitness
June 2012-August 2012 Interim Dean
Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies.
Grand Valley State University
Covered dean’s responsibility until new dean’s arrival.
- Issued summer and fall contracts
- Reconciled end of year budget
- Completed new hires
- Performed summer admissions, orientation, meeting and other duties relegated to dean
January 2007-December 2012 Associate Dean
Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies.
Grand Valley State University
Programs of the College include:
Area Studies (East
Sustainable Community Development Initiative
General Education Environmental Studies
Continuing Education Women and Gender Studies
Fredrik Meijer Honors College Center for Excellence in Science and Math Ed.
Integrative Learning Lake Michigan Writing Project
Supplemental Writing Skills Fred Meijer Center for Writing and Michigan Authors
Kutsche Office for Local History Global Institute for Big History
· Assist Dean and Department Chairs with College strategic planning and assessment
o Co-authored College Strategic plan 2010-2015, Inclusion Plan 2015
· Assist new curriculum/program development efforts within the college
o Chinese Studies, Environmental Studies, Sustainability, Religious Studies
· Work with Program Directors of the College on initiatives, events and planning
· Serve as bridge across campus Colleges to develop and promote interdisciplinary work among faculty, students and the extended community
· Develop College operating policies (enrollment mgt., assessment, planning, research protocols)
· Promote the college through web page and newsletter development.
· Resolve schedule, student and faculty issues and grievances
· Represent the Dean on Committees, serve in her absence
· Teach one course annually (Honors College or Movement Science)
ex-officio on College Curriculum Committee (2007-2012)
Provost’s Blueprint Implementation Committee -retention (2009-20112)
Provost’s High Impact task force -Liberal Education experiences (2010- 2012)
Leadership Council- Brooks College (2007 – 2012)
Padnos International Center Emergency Team (2008- 2012)
Diversity and inclusion representative for search committees (2010- current)
Sustainability Reinvestment Committee (2010- 2012)
Served on Climate Action Council (2009), University Advising Council (2009)
Sustainability Indicator Report Committee (2008), STARS report committee (2010)
Awards of Distinction Review Committee (2009- 2012)
Key Accomplishments as Associate Dean
Assisted new curriculum proposals: Environmental Studies Minor (2009),
Religious Studies Major and Minor (2011), Chinese Studies Major(2007).
Work with departments to promote the development of sustainability-related programs
(Example: Green Chemistry certificate 2010).
Worked with Brooks College curriculum committee to enhance the rigor of curricular review.
Co-authored with the Dean the College 2015 Strategic Plan (assisted departments with plans)
Co-authored with the Dean the 2015 Brooks College Inclusion Plan
Established a variety of College –wide systems for the newly formed College in areas of faculty governance, assessment, enrollment management and college to university linkages.
Helped develop College operating policies (enrollment mgt., assessment, planning, wrote drafts of personnel policy, College by-laws)
Promote the college through web page development, newsletter development, admission events, presentations and ceremonies
Worked closely with the Sustainable Community Development Initiative during its early development:
· Co-authored grant applications
· Wrote and submitted first award given to the University from the Sustainable Endowment Institute (2007)
· Authored the Education and Research component of the pilot STARS program(2008)
· Authored the Education component of the GVSU Sustainability Indicator Report (2008)
· Guest speaker and presenter on the topic of sustainability
· Established Sustainability education database (courses and faculty)
May 2010 – May 2011 Interim Department Chair. Department of Liberal Studies, GVSU
Led group of 18 full-time faculty and adjunct faculty through a transition period between department chairs. Position concurrent with Associate Dean Duties.
Oversee programs in Allendale, Traverse City, Muskegon and Holland MI.
Scheduling of classes
Department personnel review oversight
Annual evaluation of faculty and support staff
Supervision of support staff
Represent the department at events and recruitment functions
Key Administrative Accomplishments as Chair
· Organized policies and procedures for departmental office procedures, job tasks and storage of departmental information. Established Blackboard sites for all departmental information, as well as server drives for key curricular and departmental information.
· Established budgeting categories and tracking of annual budget.
· Formalized and set documentation for personnel review and reporting on affiliate faculty.
· Established roles for regional site coordinators in agreement with the Office of Continuing Education.
· Established a more timely pattern of class scheduling
July 1998 – July 2001 .......................Interim Division Head/Dean
Human Performance and Leisure Studies Division, Wayne State College (NE)
· Serve on Academic Council (Division Heads, Vice President) to assist with campus-wide decision making, policy and curricular matters.
· Serve as administrative leader to Division of 23 full (6) and part time (17) faculty, 3 primary degree programs (Exercise Science, Sport Management, Physical Education- 300 majors) and the Lifestyle Assessment General Education component (900 students/term)
· Oversee Budget and Operations for academic concentrations in Exercise Science (Wellness, Athletic Training), Sport Management, Leisure Services and Physical Education. (BS, MSE degrees)
· Compile Assessment data to ensure/demonstrate Programs' success in meeting goals and collect materials for Program review.
· Coordinate graduate and undergraduate curricular planning and changes. Work with faculty to develop divisional goals related to teaching, learning, scholarship and service.
· Coordinate Graduate Program in Exercise Science, Sport Administration and Health/PE
( program of approximately 50 students). Advise approximately 20 undergraduate and 37 graduate students. Supervise Internships.
Key Accomplishments as Division Head/Dean
Led the Sport Management program through program approval by the North American Society of Sport Management.
Oversaw the development of the new Applied Sport Physiology major at Wayne State College. Program designed to allow students to gain experience in the skills of athletic training, and meet the entry requirements for graduate Physical Therapy or Athletic training and Exercise Physiology programs.
Chaired the “Scholarship, Honors, and Financial Aid Committee”, which redesigned/ created a new Honors curriculum and program
Co-Chair of the Presidential Search Committee . Worked with co-chair to coordinate selection process, information material, candidate screening, airport interviews, campus interviews and organization of a 20-member committee from the campus and community. Resulted in the successful selection of the top candidate
August 2004-current Tenured, Full Professor.
Exercise Science Major (2003-2006),
Coordinator Human Performance Lab (2003-2006)
Department of Movement Science, Grand Valley State University (MI)
· Coordinated Curriculum within Exercise Science major (Clinical Exercise Science, Health-Fitness) Developed New Degree Program in 2006. Currently 800+ majors
· Over the course of 4 years, developed new courses, and successfully led the new major proposal through university governance in 2006.
· Coordinated Human Performance Laboratory
· Inventory, purchase and repair of equipment, maintain lab facilities
· Taught coursework within Exercise Science Major (4/4 load in addition to coordination duty)
· Conducted research
August 2001 – 2004 Associate Professor, Department of Movement Science, Grand Valley State University (MI)
· Coordinator of Human Performance Lab
· Taught 12 credit 4-4 load/term in Exercise Science
· Advised students within the Fitness/Wellness and Physical Education major
· Conducted research with undergraduate and graduate students
· Provided service to the Unit, University, Community and Profession
· Created Web-based courses (FIT 280 Exercise for Special populations, FIT 250 Exercise Prescription)
· Serve as Mentor for web-based courses (Kinesiology, BIO 208 Nutrition, FIT 211 Kinesioogy, FIT 230 Exercise Prescription)
April 1997 – June 2001 Tenured, Associate Professor (early tenure)
Division of Human Performance and Leisure Studies
Aug. 1993 – April 1997 Assistant Professor
Division of Human Performance and Leisure Studies
* Co-direct Human Performance Lab
* Teach (4-5 courses per term) undergraduate & graduate curriculum in Wellness/Exercise Science
* Advise students (35 undergraduate, 1 honors, 2 graduate)
* Conduct research (all in collaboration with students)
* Service on College-wide Academic Committees
* Service on Professional, National, and Regional Committees
Aug. 1989 - May 1990 Human Performance Laboratory Ball State University, Muncie, IN
Instructor, and Interim Assistant Director of Adult Fitness Programs
* Taught undergraduate classes in Exercise Physiology, Wellness & various activity classes
* Coordinated all maximal exercise testing conducted for the Adult Fitness Program
Co-coordinated fitness program components (aerobic dance, walk/jog, strength conditioning)
* Assisted with graduate student training in the areas of emergency procedures, ACLS, and ACSM certification
Aug. 1989- Current
Selected Courses Taught: “Human Body in Motion” ( team taught, combines physics, chemistry and exercise physiology)
* Professionalism in Exercise Science
*Physiology of Exercise, Advanced Exercise Physiology , Clinical Exercise Physiology
* Tests and Measurements, Sport Physiology, Student Practicum
* Exercise Testing and Prescription, Cardiac Rehabilitation
*Introduction to Wellness (also taught online), Athletic Performance and Nutrition
* Wellness Facility Management, Research and Design
* Professional Seminar, Anatomy and Physiology I and II
* Weight Control, Tae Kwon Do & other activities
* Computer Applications in Wellness
Faculty Curriculum Development Experience
New courses developed (1993-current): Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, Student Laboratory Practicum, Exercise for Special Populations, Computer Applications in HPLS, Professionalism in Exercise Science, Clinical Exercise Physiology, Advanced Exercise Physiology, Web based courses in Exercise Science, Sport Physiology, on-line exercise science courses.
GVSU 2006 Primary author, new curriculum in Exercise Science Major (emphases in Health Fitness Instruction and Clinical Exercise Science). Curriculum designed according to national accreditation and professional program (ACSM) endorsement standards. Developed new courses within new major, final plan, course sequencing, internship manual, fieldwork, articulation agreements. Program grew from 80 majors in 2005 to 800+ majors in 2012.
2003 Curricular consultant, Exercise Science Program, Shippensburg University (PA). Provide guidance for curricular development in line with ACSM program endorsement standards.
Was co- author for the development educational requirements and other applications material for a credential given to Universities that meet ACSM educational standards. Chaired from 2003-2006 the committee that reviewed portfolios and granted endorsement. This was the precursor program to CAAHEP accreditation, which now exists for Exercise Science.
March 2015- Current Member- Human Research Review Committee (IRB), GVSU
2016 Member, Faculty Salary and Budget Committee.
Grand Valley State University
2012-Current Reviewer- Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
2013- Current Reviewer- Open Sports Medicine Journal
2013-Current Reviewer- Journal of Cardiac Rehabilitation and Prevention
May 2006 - 2009 American College of Sports Medicine- Executive Council - Committee on Certification and Registry Boards. National Committee that sets policy for all certifications and registry exams given by ACSM (8 member panel). Elected by national election.
2006 - 2009 Reviewer, Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. Top tier journal in the medical and sport sciences. (reviewed 4-5 annually)
March 2006 Curriculum transfer discussions- Australia to GVSU. Met with Exercise Science faculty at the University of the Sunshine Coast (Queensland AU) to help streamline course equivalencies within Exercise Science.
2005 Task Force on Advising and Retention- GVSU. Group organized by the Dean to examine current advising practices within the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and to come up with solutions and direction to enhance student advising practice.
May 2005 International Lecturer and examiner, American College of Sports
Medicine (provided workshops and served as examiner for Health Fitness
Instructor certification) Rimini, Italy
2001 – 2004 Trainer, GVSU Women’s Golf (design weight training, fitness testing, martial arts instruction)
2001- 2007 Exam Grader- WRT 305 Essay- Grand Valley State University
2001 - 2004 Michigan Regional Science Olympiad. Help Supervise "Fitness Physiology"
2003- 2006 Member, Faculty Senate Grand Valley State University
2000 - 2001 Task Force, staff reclassification. 5-person group formed to address campus
concerns and issues related to reclassification, communication, and administrative-staff relations. Wayne State College (NE).
2000 – 2001 Task Force to Re-Organize Academic Structure. One of two divisions
leaders (selected by peers) among a group of reps to design a new academic administrative structure for Wayne State College (NE).
2000 – 2001
Task Force to improve retention. Group of
academic leaders and enrollment management personnel devising ideas for
tracking and improving student retention.
2000 – 2001 Campus Community Contact. (Additional area of responsibility. Responsible for promoting a more open campus community, helping to resolve campus wide staff issues, morale, and communication, serve on staff search committees and discussion groups)
1999 – 2001 Certification Committee – American Society of Exercise Physiology
1999 – 2007 Topics Editor, Journal of Exercise Physiology – receive submissions, identify
reviewers, correspond with authors and reviewers.
1999 – 2001 Youth Tae Kwon Do Instructor, Wayne State College (Division Sponsored Community Service Program for 50 youth ages 6-10)
1998 Co-Chair, Presidential Search Committee, Wayne State College(NE).
1997 Reviewer, Journal of Cardiac Rehab
Member/ Secretary, Faculty Senate,
Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.
1995- 2001 Webmaster for the Division of HPLS, Wayne State College.
1996 Exam Question Writer: ACSM Health Fitness Instructor Certification Exam.
Member, Academic Policies
1994-1996 Chair, Scholarship, Honors, and Financial Aid Committee. Wayne State College.
Fall 1995 PEW Charitable Trust Roundtable Discussions Moderator/Scribe. Responsible for moderating discussion groups focusing on issues of general education, governance and technology. Lead to 5 year Plan for Wayne State College
1994 – 1997 Editor in Chief, Nebraska Journal for Health Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (NAHPERD). Peer-reviewed journal that publishes information and articles in areas of physical education, exercise science and health.
Member, Committee on
the Strategic Health Initiative for National Health Objectives (Healthy
1994-1995 Chair: "ACSM Task Force" on Translation of Healthy People 2000 Materials into Spanish (coordinated efforts of translators in 4 countries to translate HP2000 materials)
1993 – 2000
Faculty Advisor, Student Wellness Club,
assist students in developing professional enhancement projects, such as smoking cessation workshops, aerobic dance workshops and fitness screenings
Vice-chair, Scholarship, Honors, and Financial
and Community Presentations
Professional and Community Presentations
April 2014- Keynote Speaker GVSU Annual Awards Ceremony (“Life is like a Plinko Board: Choose your Pegs Wisely)
February 2014 GVSU Gerontology Conference- Inactivity and sitting: (“The more you move the more you live”)
April 2011 Forrest Hills Fine Arts Center- (50 attendees)
“Sustainability One Household at a Time: a Toolkit”
April 2011- Keynote Speaker, Phi Kappa Phi Annual Reception “The Cairns of Life” (200 attendees)
October-November 2010 Worklife presentations “Gratitude”. Presentation to kick off a worklife program to develop positive attitude in the workplace.
March 2010- Keynote speaker US 102 students: Liberal education and careers
April 2010- Keynote speaker, Annual Academic and Professional Staff luncheon (200) .
“Being Healthy at Grand Valley”
April 2010- Guest speaker, Evergreen Commons Senior Center- (50)
“Sustainability One Household at a Time: a Toolkit”
Annual Speaker in HS 105 (Nutrition)- Topic Exercise Metabolism (since 2003)
Annual Speaker in MOV 101 class-Careers in Fitness/Wellness
Annual Student Visitation Day representative
April 2009 Guest Speaker: Toastmasters. “Internal Harmony, Balancing Diet and Exercise”
January 2009 Guest Speaker: Wellness Retreat: “Effective Weight Management Strategies: Understanding the Science of Weight Loss”
Summer 2007 Weight management seminar- GVSU
Fall 2006 Strength training techniques and theory. Workshops presented to employees of SHAPE Corporation, Grand Haven MI.
Fall 2004 Exercise and Aging. Presentation to Health Science (400 level “Biology of Aging) class
Flight and Space Camp (Simulating weightlessness and physiology
study). Regional Math and
May 2002 Colloquia:
The Future of ACSM Certification and Registry Programs- The
University Connection. Presented at the national Meeting of the
March 2002 Science Olympiad- Fitness
March 2002 Heart and Blood Pressure.
Jan,Feb 2002 Exercise and weight control. Presented as part of GVSU Campus Wellness PERKS Program.
Mar. 2001 Mars Direct Plan- Human Physiological Adaptation Considerations. WilliCon 2001 (Science Fiction Convention)
Feb 2001 Human Physiology in a Microgravity Environment (countermeasures to atrophy). Shapers of the Modern Mind (Honors class).
Feb. 2000 Nutrition
and Aging. “First Fridays”
Mar. 1998-2000 Martial
Sept. 1996 Training for
Sports and Exercise for Diabetics. Four Hills of
April 1996 "Look to the Future" workshop for elementary children (Topic: Sports Physiology)
Feb. 1996 Wakefield High School, Wakefield, NE. “Careers in Wellness” for Career Day.
Jan. 1996 Plainview High School, Plainview, NE. “Writing Scholarship Essays”.
Nov. 1995 Nebraska Junior Science Academy, "Fitness Physiology" Workshop.
Wayne State College
Nov. 1995 “Martial Arts”. Presentation to Wayne Executive Office Professionals Association.
Jan. 1995 Faculty
April 1994 "Look to the Future" workshop for elementary children (Topic: Fitness)
June 1994 - May 2001 * Instructed Youth (35 students) and Adults (25 students)
in the martial art Tae Kwon Do
· Phi Kappa Phi
· American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U)
· Annual Conference of Academic Deans (ACAD)
· Clinical Exercise Physiology Association (CEPA)
CERTIFICATIONS and AWARDS
2014 Sustainability Champions Award- Recognition by the GVSU Sustainable Community Development Initiative
Outstanding Faculty Member. Office of Student Life (student
2012 Graduate of Grand Valley State University- University Leadership Program
2011 Graduate of the Management Development Program, Harvard University. Competitive application, two week intensive program covering many aspects of University administration and leadership.
2009 Graduate of Leadership Grand Rapids . Competitive application, Leadership development program
Marquis “Who’s Who In
2006 PEW Teaching Excellence Award, GVSU- Campus-wide award for teaching excellence.
* Cited by Norfolk (NE) Daily news as one of the “Top
20 under 40”. Award is given to
20 individuals in
2000- Current Certified Exercise Physiologist (EPC- # 18)
American Society of Exercise Physiologists
1997 Fellow, American College of Sports Medicine
1995 New Initiative Award, Wayne State College Wayne, NE. Recognizes excellence in teaching and research.
1989- current American College of Sports Medicine certified
Clinical Exercise Specialist (#1202)
US Green Building Council. Curricular Initiative Grant. $20,000
Funding for the development of LEED building
2007 Research and Development- $ 800 Travel Grant. Funds to cover costs of paper presentation at Sustainability Conference, Kingston University, London UK. Student travel grants to cover costs for students to attend conferences. FUNDED
2007 Teaching Circle Grant- $250, Funds to cover cost of text purchase for teaching circle (text “147 tips on teaching sustainability”) FUNDED
2006 Faculty Development Grant- Padnos International Center. $2,500 for travel to the University of the Sunshine Coast (Australia) to help develop research and study abroad opportunity in Exercise Science. FUNDED
2004 PEW Presidential Initiative Grant. Lead author of grant to purchase PDAs and Tablet PC technology for an entire classroom. $15,000 FUNDED
Equipment Funds- Human Performance Lab- Dean’s Office.
2002 Pew faculty teaching and learning grant- Instructional technology (PDA technology) Grand Valley State University $2,500. FUNDED
Pew faculty teaching and learning grant- Instructional
Instructional Improvement Grant ($490). Funds to develop
using multimedia technology.
1995 Instructional Improvement Grant- co author ($ 4,500 for Multimedia)
1994 * Instructional Improvement Grant for research,
1.Glass SC, Blanchette TW, Karwan LA, Pearson SS, O'Neil AP, Karlic DA. Core Muscle Activation During Unstable Bicep Curl Using a Water-Filled Instability Training Tube. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research IN PRESS
2. Couture, G. Karlik, D. Glass, S. Hatzel, H. Effect of Foam Rolling on Hamstring Range of Motion. Open Orthopaedic Journal. 9:450-455, 2015
3. Glass, S., Hatzel,
B., Albrecht R. BOOK- “Kinesiology
for Dummies”. Wiley Publishing. Feb 2014
4. Hatzel B., Glass, S., Johnson S. Sjoquist H. The “Effects of Lift Velocity on Muscle Activation during Leg Extension” The Open Sports Medicine Journal 6:42-47, 2012.
J., Kopchitz,K., Glass, S., Aldreink, G., Jinn, J. EMG
activation of the vastus medialis oblique and vastus lateralis during
four rehabilitative exercises. The Open Rehabilitation
Journal. 5: 1-7, 2012.
6. Glass, S., Christopher, N., Wenner. W and Lioubimseva, E. Sustainability and Changing University Culture and Curriculum: Grand Valley State University Case Study. Published in: Sustainability in Practice From Global to Local: Making a Difference. Kingston University press. 2009.
7. Book Chapter: Chapter 6- ACSM Certification Review: 2nd Ed. Health Appraisal and Fitness Testing. An update version from previous edition. May 2008
8. Glass, S.C. Effect of a Learning Trial on Self-selected Resistance Training Intensity.
J. Strength and Cond Res. 22(3):1025-1029, May 2008
Kinney, E., Wustoff,
J., Zyck, A. Hatzel, B., Vaughn, D. Strickler, T. and Glass,
S. Motor unit recruitment of the trapezius
muscle during varied forms of
10. Whaley, M.H., Wegner, M.S., Glass S.C. “The Effect of an Intensity Learning Trial on the Self- regulation of Exercise” Int. J. Sports Med. 28:685-690, 2007.
Glass, S. & Dwyer, G. Metabolic
Calculations Tutorial Handbook.
12. Book Chapter: Chapter 6- ACSM Certification Review: Health Appraisal and Fitness Testing. A combined chapter from previous Clinical and non clinical texts. May 2005
13. ACSM’s Resource Manual for Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription. 5th edition. Section III Editor (7 chapters). Lippincott Williams and Wilkins pub. May 2005.
14. Glass, S.C. and Stanton, D. Self selected resistance training intensity in novice weight lifters. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 18(2):324-327, 2004.
15. Glass, SC., Bierma, J. and Reeg L. Caloric cost of standardized Tae Kwon Do Training. Journal of Exercise Physiology 5(4):29-34, 2002.
16. Heithold, K. Glass, S.C. Variations in heart rate and perception of effort during land and water aerobics. Journal of Exercise Physiology. 5(4):22-28, 2002.
Book Chapter: Chapter 6:Health
Appraisal and Fitness Testing.
19. Glass, SC. and Chvala, A.M. "Preferred exertion across three common modes of exercise". J. Strength & Cond. Res. 15(4):474-479, 2001.
21. Glass, SC. Knowlton, R.G., Sanjabi, P.B. and Sullivan, J.J. " Identifying the IEMG threshold
using the vastus lateralis and rectus femoris during incremental cycling exercise." J. Sp. Med. Phy. Fitness 38:47-52, 1998.
22. Glass, SC. Knowlton, R.G., Sullivan, J.J. and Sanjabi, P.B. "The effect of exercise induced
glycogen depletion on the lactate, ventilatory and IEMG thresholds." J. Sp. Med Phy. Fitness 37: 32-41, 1997
23. Glass, SC.and Armstrong, T. "The electromyographical activity of the pectoralis muscle during incline and decline bench press exercise". J. Strength & Cond. Res. 11(3): 163-167, 1997
24. Glass, SC. and Holcomb, R.R. Heart rate response to non-paced exercise using ratings of perceived exertion. J.Strength & Cond. Res. 11(4): 246-250,1997.
Glass, SC. Anaerobic
Threshold: Applications in Sports.
Glass, SC. "Exercise in the
Heat: Physiological consequences, acclimatization and prescription
guidelines." Certified News (Newsletter for Certified
Clinical and Health & Fitness Professionals), American
Glass, SC. “
Carbohydrates Before, During and After Exercise”
Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Vol 27(2): Fall 1996.
Glass, SC. "Exercise and Heat
Tolerance: Keep your athletes safe!"
29. Glass, SC. Knowlton, R.G. & Becque, M.D., "Perception of effort during high intensity exercise at low, moderate and high wet bulb globe temperatures." Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. 68: 519-524, 1994.
30. Glass, SC. Knowlton, R.G. & Becque, M.D., "Accuracy of RPE from graded exercise to establish exercise training intensity" Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. Vol. 24 (11): 1992.
31. Glass, SC. Whaley, M.H. & Wegner, M.S, " A Comparison Between Ratings of Perceived
Exertion Among Standard Test Protocols and Steady State Running". Int. J. Sports Med. Vol. 12,No 1, pp 77-82, 1991.
Works in Progress
· manuscript: Muscle Activation Using Overhead Squat During Instability Training
RESEARCH/ PROFESSIONAL ABSTRACTS AND PRESENTATIONS
Advised Undergraduate Student Abstract Presentations (sample)
2002- current : 3-6 Student Poster presentations annually at GVSU Student Scholars Day
Albert, R., Bennison, A., Bevier, K.,Karlik, D. Swastek, T and Glass, S. Technique for the acquisition of electromyographyic signals to measure muscle activation. April 2014
Bevier, K., Coutur, G., Karwen L., Pearson, S.,
Tillotson, S. and Glass S.
Technique for quantifying muscle activation using electromyography.
Bevier, K., Coutur, G., Karwen L., Pearson, S., Tillotson, S. and Glass S. Technique for quantifying muscle activation using electromyography. April 2014
Blanchette, T and Glass
S. Muscle activation during instability training. April 2014
Blanchette, T and Glass S. Muscle activation during instability training. April 2014
Vaughn, B., Robinett, D. Strength to Body Weight Ratios in Trained Men
and Women. Presented at the
VanderKooi,A.and Runnels, J., Rate of Fatigue in GVSU Women’s
Soccer Players. Presented at the
Cornman, T., Kelso,
M., and Stierley, S. Cardiovascular
Response to Prescribed RPE in Men and
Women: Arm vs Leg Exercise. Presented at the
Schaaf, J. Force
Estimation in Dominant and Non-Dominant Forearm Flexors. Presented at
Frees, J., Glass, S.
and Smith,M. Quadriceps and Hamstring
Strength: Muscle Balance and Performance. Presented at the
Haynes A., and
Feldman, J. Effect of rest on Contralateral Leg Extension Strength
Following Unilateral fatiguing Contractions. Presented at the
7. Bottolfson,G., Beller, H., Nelson, R. and Glass, S.C. The effect of body water loss on accuracy of body composition analysis. Presented at Northland Chapter ACSM meeting. Spring 1997. “Best Student Poster”
Presented at Northland Chapter ACSM meeting. Spring 1996. “Honorable mention: Best Student Poster
Bachman, M.D., Simdorn, S.J. and Glass, S.C. Posture
related changes in heart rate between endurance and strength athletes .
at the Nebraska Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation
and Dance annual conference.
11. Stewart, A.D., Lentz, B.J., Bellinghausen, B.J. and Glass, S.C. " Comparison of blood glucose levels prior to and following strenuous weight training." Presented at Northland Chapter ACSM meeting. Spring 1995. “3rd place” Student Poster ranking.
Non-Peer Reviewed Articles & Presentations
· 2014 Glass S.C. Interchange Newsletter GVSU Using Team Research as a Tool for High Impact Learning
· Physical Activity, Blood Pressure, Heart Disease markers, Diabetes…
Glass, S.C. The
Basics of Tae Kwon Do.
Presented at the
· Glass, S.C. " Case Studies in Exercise Science” Presented at the Nebraska Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Annual Meeting, Omaha, NE November 1996.
Glass, S.C. “
Carbohydrates Before, During, and After Exercise”
Glass, S.C. "Exercise and Heat
Tolerance: Keep your athletes safe!"
Glass, S.C. "Teaching Youth
Martial Arts: Building Better People". Presented
· Glass, S.C. "Wellness for the 90's: Educating Nebraska's Future Professionals" Presented at the Nebraska Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Annual Meeting, Grand Island, NE October 1994.
· Glass, S.C. " Ratings of Perceived Exertion in Exercise Testing and Prescription" Presented at the Nebraska Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Annual Meeting, Grand Island, NE October 1994.
Book Reviews (compensation by publisher):
2008 ACSM American College of Sports Medicine. Advanced Exercise Physiology
2007 Robergs and Roberts Exercise Physiology, Exercise, Performance and Clinical Applications
2007 Powers and Howley Exercise Physiology 4th ed.
2007 Brown et al. Exercise Physiology
2003 Hoeger and Hoeger. Principles and Labs for Fitness and Wellness, 6th ed.
2003 Brooks et al. Exercise Physiology, Human Bioenergetics and Its Applications 3rd ed.
2005 Nieman Exercise Testing and Prescription- A Health Related Approach, 5th ed.
2008 Chapters for ACSM Certification Review Exercise Physiology, Metabolic Calculations
2008 Chapter for ACSM Resource Manual 6th ed. Pre-exercise testing
WZZM 13 ABC media spots for new health show 2007-08
(“Healthy You”- 8 spots total)
January 2010 Dean’s and Provost- Interviewed for article on Sustainability
Vol 11: (7) p. 7
May 2010 Grand Valley Institutional Marketing Dept.
(Interviewed as a faculty member at Grand Valley)
May 2010 Department of Liberal Studies- (interviewed regarding impact of a liberal education)
April 2009- Interviews related to Swine Flu and our Study abroad
- Wood TV 8 TV spot
GR Press (phone),
Rapid Growth –GR- Sustainability Tracking and Assessment at GVSU – Feb 08
Good Housekeeping, Fitness Magazine
Prevention magazine (March)
Radio: “The Better Life Show” Host Dr. Chet Zelasko- Topic: Strength Training
Interviews for research in 2006 Runner’s World, Men’s Health
Interviews for research in 2005: Runner’s World, Men’s Health, Good House Keeping
Interviews for research in 2004: Readers Digest, Washington Post, Allure, Glamour, Men’s Health, Fitness magazine, Detroit News, Experience Life Magazine, MSNBC.com, Associated press, approx 15 other.
Radio Interview- Strength Training, “New Black City” Radio Station, St. Louis, MO Fall 2004