Jason West, MS
Jason West began his career in higher education within the health and human performance department at the University of Central Missouri as a teaching graduate assistant. For 4 semesters he instructed undergraduate courses during the day and attended graduate courses at night. As a part of his coursework he was able to engage in a thesis research project, assessing the shoulder strength differences between male baseball players and female softball players. West took his first official faculty position as a member of the health, recreation, and kinesiology department at Longwood University. This position offered him the opportunity to instruct majors and non-majors of the kinesiology program and collect data from their health/fitness assessments to compare results. Over the past 2 years he has functioned as an adjunct professor at TU in exercise physiology during summer semester. Just prior to accepting his current position he was working to establish a health/fitness program at Community Care College, which is a for-profit post secondary educational entity in Tulsa.
Barbosa, A., E. Gutierrez, M. Keller, J. Martin, J. McArtor, R. Baptista, J. West, and J. Caruso. Performance-Based Correlates to Vertical Jump Height and Power Values. Vol. 24, Isokinetics and Exercise Science, 2016, p. 125-32.
Caruso, J.F., Daily, J.S., Olson, N.M., McLagan, J.R., Shepherd, C.M., Drummond, J.L., Walker, R.H., & West, J.O. (2011). Vertical jump data reproducibility from an instrumented platform. Isokinetics and Exercise Science, 19 (2), 97-105.
- Human Anatomy and Kinesiology Lab
- Development of Strength and Conditioning Programs
- Applicaitons in Exercise and Sports Sci