Dr. Jeff Marsee
Associate Professor of KinesiologyPhone: (765) 998-5132
Specialties: Instructional Methodology in Allied Health Education, Public and Global Health, Functional Anatomy and Kinesiology in Health Sciences, Health Promotion, Disease and Injury Pathology
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JEFFREY WAYNE MARSEE
Doctor of Health Education - A.T. Still University, Kirksville, MO - November, 2009.
Dissertation: "Enhancing College Student Compliance in Physical Fitness Through The
Use of a Competency Based Health Related Fitness Course"
Advisor: Colleen Halupa, PhD
Master of Arts - Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI - August, 1984.
Major: Physical Education/Athletic Training
Bachelor of Arts - Carson-Newman College, Jefferson City, TN - May, 1983.
Major: Biology Education
Concentrations: Coaching and Athletic Training.
RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS
Instructional methodology in allied health education
Public and Global Health Education
Functional anatomy/kinesiology in health sciences
Disease and injury pathology
APU/AMU, Charles Town, WV
Adjunct Professor, 2010 - present.
Teach on-line courses in the Health and Sport Science Department
Teach on-line courses in Public Health
Taylor University, Upland, IN
Associate Professor in PHP / Assistant Athletic Trainer, 2009 - present.
Teach 18 hours of courses in PHP with 6 hours release time for athletics
Provide medical coverage to men's and women's soccer teams
Associate Professor / Assistant Athletic Trainer, 2005 - 2009.
Taught 20 hours of courses in PHP and CSS with 4 hours release time in athletics
Provided medical coverage to both soccer teams
Supervising six student teachers in the fall
Associate Professor / Head Athletic Trainer, 2002 - 2005.
Taught 12 hours of courses in PHP with 12 hours release time for athletics
Assistant Professor / Head Athletic Trainer, 1994 - 2002.
Directed all phases of the athletic training program including budgeting, scheduling, and purchasing
Supervised student athletic trainers
Provided medical coverage to 15 intercollegiate sports
Served as an academic advisor
Interacted with other healthcare professionals
Saint John's Health Systems, Anderson, IN
Clinical Athletic Trainer, 1993 - 1994.
Treated patients in the Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Departments
Presented educational programs to hospital employees and public
Published a monthly newsletter
Conducted ergonomic assessments and back care classes
Provided outreach to three area schools
Acquired basic certification to conduct functional capacity evaluations
Rehabilitative Services, Inc. Coldwater, OH
Clinical Athletic Trainer, 1991 - 1993.
Treated athletic and orthopedic injuries in the Physical Therapy Department
Developed a comprehensive sports medicine program for area schools
Assisted in the development of a billing and scheduling program
Created a physical reconditioning program for Worker's Compensation patients
Taught back-education courses
Performed ergonomic screenings of high-risk workers in local industry
Goshen Community Schools, Goshen, IN
High School Science Teacher / Head Athletic Trainer, 1990 - 1991.
Taught Earth and Space Science and Health classes
Supervised student athletic trainers
Treated athletic injuries
Taylor University, Upland, IN
Head Athletic Trainer / Instructor in HPER, 1987 - 1990.
Taught majors and general education classes
Developed an internship program in athletic training
Provided care, treatment, and rehabilitation to athletes in 14 sports
Maryville College, Maryville, TN
Head Athletic Trainer, 1986 - 1987.
Provided game and practice coverage for all teams
Treated and rehabilitated injured athletes
Recruited and trained student assistants
St. Joseph's Hospital, Fort Wayne, IN
Sports Therapist, 1984 - 1985.
Marketing a new high school outreach program
Publishing a sports medicine newsletter
Treating orthopedic patients in the hospital clinic
Member, Academic Policies Committee - 2009 to present
Member, Teacher Education Committee - 2005 - 2009
Co-Chair, Institutional Review Board - 2003 - 2005
Member, American's With Disabilities Task force, 2003 - present
Member, Curriculum Review Subcommittee - PHP Department, 2000 - present
Member, Exercise Science Subcommittee - 2005 - present
Secretary, Curriculum Management Committee - Secretary, 2002 - 2003
Member, Curriculum Management Committee - 1999 - 2003
Chair, Technology Subcommittee - 1999 - 2003
Ergonomic Consultant - 1994 - present
First Aid Instructor - 1987 - present
CPR Instructor - 1987 - present
RECENT TEACHING EXPERIENCE AT TAYLOR UNIVERSITY
Physical Fitness Prescription - PHP 453
Directed Research - PHP 450
Practicum in Exercise Science - PHP 393
Adapted Physical Education - PHP 392
Kinesiology - PHP 381
Health Promotion in Belize - PHP 370
Research Methods - PHP 355
Physical Fitness Assessment - PHP 353
Public & Community Health - PHP 346
Physical Assessment - PHP 327
Methods of Rehabilitation - PHP 315
Elementary School Health - PHP 250
Care & Prevention of Athletic Injuries - PHP 225
Health and Aging - PHP 215
First Aid - PHP 272
CPR - PHP 271
RECENT TEACHING EXPERIENCE AT AMERICAN PUBLIC UNIVERSITY
Kinesiology - SPHE 421 (Sports and Health Sciences)
Drugs and Sports - SPHE 319 (Sports and Health Sciences)
Wellness and Disease Prevention - PBHE 209 (Public Health)
Led 11 students on a Health Promotion Mission Trip to Belize. January, 2012
Indiana Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance: Fall Conference. Chair the Health Council. Fall 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006
American Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance
Sports Medicine Symposium for the Health Care Professional, Cincinnati, Ohio. Spring, 2007, 2005, 2004
Teaching and Learning with Technology Round-Table, National Conference, Phoenix, Arizona. Summer, 1997.
John F. Barnes Myofascial Release I Seminar, Fort Wayne, Indiana. March, 1997.
Blankenship Functional Capacity Evaluation Workshop, Portland, Oregon. February, 1994.
Volunteer Athletic Trainer, Olympic Sports Festival, St. Louis, Missouri. Worked primarily with cycling, figure skating, and in the clinic. Summer, 1994.
Summer Volunteer Athletic Trainer, United States Olympic Training Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Worked with men's field hockey, cycling, and volleyball. Summer, 1993.
Volunteer Host Athletic Trainer, World Gymnastics Championships, Indianapolis, Indiana. September, 1991.
Head Athletic Trainer, United States Luge Association. Junior National Team; Competition in Germany. January, 2001.
Athletic Trainer, Indiana Basketball Camp, Taylor University, Upland, Indiana. Summers, 1987 - 1990 and 1994 - present.
Volunteer Athletic Trainer, U.S. Olympic Training Center, Lake Placid, New York. Worked with luge, ski jumping, canoe/kayak, and boxing. Summer, 1988.
PAXI Volunteer Host Athletic Trainer, Pan-American Games, Indianapolis, Indiana. Worked with free-style wrestling and in the Polyclinic. Summer, 1987.
PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
Marsee, J.W. (June, 2012) Accepted Proposal - Kinesiology Road Trip: Developing Global Engagement in Your Department. Christian Society for Kinesiology and Leisure Studies Conference at Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, IN.
Marsee, J. W. (June, 2011). Enhancing College Student Compliance to Physical Fitness. Christian Society for Kinesiology and Leisure Studies Conference at the University of the Ozarks, Branson, MO.
Marsee, J. W. (November, 2009). Enhancing College Student Compliance in Physical Fitness Through The Use of a Competency Based Health Related Fitness Course. Doctoral Dissertation, A.T. Still University, Kirksville, MO.
Marsee, J. W. (June, 2009). Developing a Student-Centered Learning Environment to Enhance Student Compliance in PHP100 - Fitness for Life. Presentation at 2009 Christian Sport Kinesiology and Leisure Studies Conference at the University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Marsee, J. W. & Kotecki, J. E. (November, 2008). Tapping Into This Generation's Technology. Presentation at the 2008 Indiana Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
Marsee, J. W. (November. 2008). Health Education to a Facebook Generation. Presenntation at the 2008 Indiana Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
Marsee, J. W. (August, 2008). Student Centered Instruction in PHP100. Presentation at Taylor University Colleagues College.
Marsee, J. W. (June 2001). Ergonomics and Human Factors: Addressing the Pains of Technology. Council on Christian Colleges and Universities Commission on Technology/Library Directors Group - Cedarville College, Cedarville, OH.
Marsee, J. W. (September, 1999). Office Based Ergonomics - Making Your Workplace Safe. Taylor University, Upland & Fort Wayne, IN.
Marsee, J. W. (April, 1996). Office Based Ergonomics - Making Your Workplace Safe. Taylor University, Upland & Fort Wayne, IN.
CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURES
Certified Athletic Trainer - NATA Board of Certification (000090338)
Licensed Athletic Trainer - State of Indiana (36000828A)
High School (7-12) Biological Science - State of Ohio (expired)
High School (7-12) Earth & Space Science, Biology - State of Indiana (expired)
Basic Life Support Instructor - American Heart Association
First Aid Instructor - National Safety Council
National Soccer Coaches Association of America - Adv. Regional Diploma
American Association for Health Education
American Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance
Christian Society for Kinesiology and Leisure Studies
Indiana Chapter - Society for Public Health Education
Indiana Chapter - American Public Health Association
CHURCH AND COMMUNITY SERVICE
Member, College Wesleyan Church, Marion, Indiana
Taught Middle School Sunday School
Participate in Men's Chorus
Participated on two sports ministry trips to Honduras
Served as small group leader and athletic trainer
Coached and managed youth baseball and soccer teams, clubs, and camps
Started soccer program in the local community
Parent Advisory Council - Campus Life
Guest speaker at local elementary and high schools on health and science topics