Kathy Barlow

Dr. Barlow   

Associate Professor
Director of Sports Management Emphasis
Department of Kinesiology and Nutrition Science

Science & Learning Center 310A
562.907.4270
kbarlow@whittier.edu

 

 

 

 

 

Academic History

B.S., Louisiana Tech University
M.S., Louisiana Tech University
Ph.D., Texas Woman's University

Academic Interests

  • Sport Management
  • Sport Law
  • Children and Fitness

 

 

 

Professor Kathy Barlow is the director of the Sport Management emphasis in the Kinesiology and Nutrition Science Department.  She also teaches methods courses for Elementary and Adapted Physical Education.  Barlow is a member of the board of the Excellence Through Exercise Foundation.

2015
Whittier Area School Administrators: Making a difference in the lives of the children in our community 

2013   
Presidential Award for Inspiring Faculty-Student Collaboration on Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity

2012   
Marilyn Vietch Award:  Outstanding Contribution to Whittier College and Dedication to the Students

2015
Establishing Deeper Partnerships between College and K-12, Community Works Journal, Online Journal for Educators.                       

2014
Choice Architecture and Shared Criteria for Addressing Health, Fitness, and Recreation, CAHPERD Journal, Volume 2.

Academic Achievement of NCAA Division III Athletes, Journal of Research in Education, 24, 2.        

2011
Being Proactive for the Future of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Services, CAHPERD Journal, Volume 73, 3.

1999
A Realistic View of the Present and Future of Women Athletic Directors in Louisiana, LAHPERD Journal

1998
Factors that Impact the Future of Women Athletic Directors, University of Michigan Dissertation Services

1996
A Comparison of Dietary Intakes between College-Aged Students at Whittier College and Louisiana State University at Eunice, AAHPERD Southern District

Papers     

2012
“Division III Athletes:  An Examination of Academic, Social Integration and the Perceived Importance of Sport in the Development of Personal Attributes”, paper presented at the California Association of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference, Pasadena, California

Presentations

2012
“Division III Athletes:  Are They an Asset or a Liability for Division III Colleges? Presented at the California Association of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference, Pasadena, California, with Whittier College student presenter Gina DiPierro

2011
“Mini Labs:  The Invariant Feature of Teaching Motor Learning at the College Level.” Presented at the California Association of Physica2010--“Archery for All Students:  Teaching Archery Skills.”  Presented at the California Association of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference, Ventura, California with Whittier College students Nicole and Diane Acevedol Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference, Monterey, California

2011
“A Collaborative Approach to Providing Physical Education in the Elementary School”: highlighting the Ocean View Elementary Project.  Presented at the California Association of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Conference, Monterey, California with Whittier College alumni, Kacie Martinez