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Ronda C. Sturgill, Ph.D.

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Ronda C. Sturgill, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Health Science and Human Performance

1998 Ohio University, BS
2000 Auburn University, MS
2003 University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, Ph.D.

Research Interests
  • Program evaluation in health education
  • Risky health behaviors of college students
  • Utilizing technology with health education and teaching
Recent Publications
Sturgill, R. (2009). A Collaborative Model for Managing Online Instruction at the University Level. ICIE International Journal of Innovative Higher Education.
 
McIlvain, G., Sturgill, R., & Martin, D. (2006). Being prepared for a medical emergency. Journal of Physical Education and Recreation (Hong Kong), 12(1), 58-62.
 
Childress, R. (2005). Prevention of overuse injuries in youth baseball players. Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 41(1), 42-45.
Recent Presentations
Sturgill, R. & Mak, J (April 2009). Juvenile Alcohol and Drug Use: The ROCS Program Evaluation. Presented at the 2009 AAHE/AAHPERD Convention in Tampa, FL.
 
Zimmerman, E. and Sturgill, R. (April 2009). Developing Policies and Procedures for the Athletic Training Environment. Presented at the 2009 AAHPERD convention in Tampa, FL.
 
Sturgill, R. (April 2009). Enhancing Your Course Utilizing Technology and Online Course Tools. Presented at the HEDIR Technology Workshop at 2009 AAHE/AAHPERD Convention in Tampa, FL.
 
Sturgill, R. and Childress, R. (March 2009). Faculty Driven Model for Coordinating Online Graduate Instruction. Presented at Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education Annual Conference in Charleston, SC.
 
Sturgill, R. (February 2009). Preparing for Graduate School and Employment. Presented at West Virginia Athletic Trainers Association Annual Meeting in Charleston, WV.
 
Sturgill, R. (November 2008). Engaging At-Risk Youth: Lessons Learned from the ROCS Project. Workshop presentation at Share the Vision: West Virginia’s Annual Prevention Conference in Charleston, WV.