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Department of Kinesiology WARM WELCOME TO…. Jenevieve Roper, Ph.D, CSCS


Dr. Roper is a recent graduate of the University of New Mexico where she received her BS in Exercise Science and her PhD in Physical Education, Sports, and Exercise Science. She received her MS in Kinesiology with a specialization in Biomechanics. Dr. Roper is actively involved in ACSM, NSCA, and is increasing her involvement in ISSN. Her areas of interest include running mechanics and injury prevention. Her most recent work has focused on foot strike patterns during running in runners with patellofemoral pain. Dr. Roper also has a passion for sport performance research. Dr. Roper is also a contributing writer for Inside Fitness Magazine and Iron Man Magazine where she writes on various topics, including training, health, and sports nutrition. Her passion for health and wellness contributes to her active lifestyle including recreational sand volleyball. Dr. Roper is passionate about creating an environment that is conducive to her students learning and promotes academic success.


Dr. Jason Ng graduated with his Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Kinesiology from California State University, Fullerton. In the laboratory, he likes to explore exercise responses in different environments, and he is wrapping up his dissertation on the effect of ice slurry ingestion, and will receive a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Human Performance at the University of Alabama. He would like to continue exploring acute and chronic exercise responses to environmental extremes and eventually extend his research to include recovery aspects as well. His teaching interest is in physiology of exercise, strength and conditioning, and exercise prescription, and if the opportunity arises, he would like to teach specialized classes such as cardiovascular physiology and environmental exercise physiology. Jason surfs, snowboards, participates in marathons and triathlons, and enjoy superhero movies. Jason is a native of Southern California and he is grateful for the chance to return and be part of the team at California State University, San Bernardino.


Jason Ng, Ph.D


Academic Year 2014-2015


Professor Jim Clover published the 3rd


ADJUNCT PROFESSORS ACCOMPLISHEMENTS Edition of “Sports Medicine Essentials”. He is


working on the web portal that will have layers for better understanding and learning. Allowing students to see the picture of a knee anatomy, then they will go on to a video of a cadaver, that will transition into the evaluation on a person, eventually it will transition into the rehabilitation and taping of that injury.


Jim Clover hosted the Practical Applications in Sports Medicine in Rancho Mirage, CA


Professor Tori Beaudette co-authored Chapter 1 of the 3rd Speed, Agility, & Quickness” textbook.


Edition of “Training for


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