Marci Smith, M.S.
Associate Lecturer, Undergraduate Internship Coordinator
Human Anatomy, Exercise Physiology
M.S. Wake Forest University (1998)
B.S. Colorado State University (1995)
Teaching/training of students in scientific disciplines foundational to health care, including anatomy, professional development skills, and clinical exercise physiology. Physical activity behavioral modification in the primary and secondary prevention of heart disease, obesity, and chronic diseases in children and adults. Translation and integration of exercise and aging research into community settings. Strength training in older adults to maintain activities of daily living and prevent falls. Exercise programming for special populations.
- KIN 1005 Kinesiology, Health, and Teaching Physical Activity
- KIN/ZOO 2040 Human Anatomy
- KIN/ZOO 2041 Human Anatomy Laboratory
- KIN 3010 Fundamentals of Health & Fitness Assessment
- KIN 3040 Teaching in Human Anatomy
- KIN 4097 Mentoring in Human Anatomy
AFFILIATIONS, ASSOCIATIONS, CONSULTATIONS
- Certified exercise specialist, American College of Sport Medicine
- Certified facilitator, Active Living Every Day Program, Human Kinetics Active Living Partners
- University Student Affairs Committee member
- Fall 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013; Spring 2013: University of Wyoming, Cap and Gown Chapter of Mortar Board, "Distinguised University Faculty Member" Top Prof Award
- Spring 2009: University of Wyoming, College of Health Sciences Outstanding Teaching Award
- Spring 2009: University of Wyoming LeaRN: Promoting Intellectual Engagement in the First Year (PIE) Award
- Fall 2007: University of Wyoming, Cap and Gown Chapter of Mortar Board, "Distinguised University Faculty Member" Top Prof Award
REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Carr, L.J., Bartee, R.T., Dorozynski, C.M., Smith, M.L., & Smith, D.T., (2009). Eight-month follow-up of physical activity and central adiposity: Results from internet-delivered intervention in overweight adults. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 6(4):444-45, 2009.
Carr, L.J., Bartee, R.T., Dorozynski, C.M., Broomfield, J.F., Smith, M.L., & Smith, D.T. (2008). Internet-delivered behavior change program increases physical activity and improves cardiometabolic disease factors in sedentary adults: Results of a randomized controlled trial. Preventative Medicine, 46(5), 431-438.