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									                             SHAWNA KAY JORDAN
                                Jordan@ksu.edu

Work Address                                                     Home Address
241 Justin Hall                                                  1751 Kenmar
Manhattan, KS 66506                                              Manhattan, KS 66502
(785)532-0151                                                    (785)776-7929

EDUCATION:
    Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
    Doctor of Philosophy in Education
    Area of Emphasis: Curriculum and Instruction
    August 2006

       University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
       Master of Science in Education- Sport Psychology
       May 1998

       Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
       Bachelor of Science- Kinesiology with emphasis Athletic Training
       May 1996

CERTIFICATIONS:
     Board of Certification (Certified # 029702489)
     Kansas Licensed Athletic Trainer (Registration # 24-00133)
     Certified American Heart Association Instructor (Current)
     Member of National Athletic Trainers Association

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
    Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
    Assistant Professor in Human Nutrition                      August 2007-present
    Director of Athletic Training Education Program            January 2002- present
           • Responsible for program administration duties within the university
               setting and departmental setting
           • Responsible for classroom instruction and practicum supervision
           • Responsible to coordinate with Clinical Coordinator, Co-Medical
               Directors and Director of Sports Medicine relating to athletic training
               students educational opportunities
           • Instructor for the following athletic training courses in the Bachelor of
               Science in Athletic Training major
                   o HN 320 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries
                   o HN 553 Pharmacology in Athletic Training
                   o HN 554 General Medical Conditions in Athletes
                   o HN 555 Therapeutic Modalities
           • Advisor to all undergraduate athletic training majors
ATHLETIC TRAINING EXPERIENCE:
    Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
    Assistant Athletic Trainer (August 1999-2003)
           • Primary responsibility cross country, track and field
           • Assist with football and volleyball coverage
           • Assist with inventory and ordering supplies
           • Supervise athletic training students

      Director of Clinical Education (August 2000-December 2001)
             • Responsible for clinical experience of athletic training students
             • Coordinate with program director on clinical in-service opportunities
             • Responsible for preparing student athletic trainers for NATA
                 certification exam

      Sportscare of Shawnee Mission Medical Center, Shawnee Mission, KS
      Athletic Trainer (August 1997-May 1999)
             • Provided outreach coverage to area high schools
             • Assisted in the clinic with rehabilitation cases
             • Provided services for various sporting events sponsored by the hospital

      University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
      Graduate Athletic Trainer (August 1996-May 1997)
            • Primary sport assignment cross country, track and field
            • Assisted with rehabilitation cases on a daily basis in the training room
            • Provided supervision of athletic training students in internship
                program

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:
  • CAATE Site Visitor
  • 2009 Mid-America Athletic Trainers’ Annual Meeting in Omaha, NE
  • 2009 James Coffman Institute Spring Retreat-Focus on Conflict Resolution
  • 2008 Kansas State University Teaching Renewal Retreat
  • 2007 NATA Athletic Training Educator’s Conference in Dallas, TX
  • 2007 Kansas State University Teaching Renewal Retreat
  • 2006 Kansas State University Teaching Renewal Retreat
  • 2005 NATA Athletic Training Educators’ Conference in Houston, TX
  • 2005 Mid-America Athletic Trainers’ Annual Meeting in Topeka, KS
  • 2004 NATA Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD
  • 2004 Mid-America Athletic Trainers’ Annual Meeting in Omaha, NE
  • National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA)
  • Kansas Athletic Trainers Society (KATS)
HONORS and AWARDS:
  • 2008 Selected for the James Coffman Leadership Institute
  • 2006 Wakonse Fellow for Kansas State University
  • 2006 Recipient Presidential Award of Excellence in Undergraduate Advising
  • 2006 Nominated for Presidential Award for Excellence in Undergraduate
    Teaching
  • 2006 Nominated for Myers/Alford Outstanding Teaching Award in the College of
  • Human Ecology
  • 2005 Selected as one of 100 to attend NATA Educators’ Conference
  • 2005 Nominated for the Commerce Bank Outstanding Teaching Award
  • 2005 Nominated for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Undergraduate
    Teaching
  • 2005 Nominated for Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers

RESEARCH INTEREST:
Traumatic Brain Injury and Virtual Rehabilitation Techniques
Influences on Choice of Athletic Training as a Major
Curriculum development for accredited athletic training education programs

UNIVERSITY SERVICE:
   •   Career Majors presenter for Kansas State University Junior Days
   •   Human Ecology Faculty Council Representative August 2008-2010
   •   University International Activities Committee August 2008-May 2009
   •   Wichita & Kansas City Area Health Careers Open House Night Presenter
   •   Advisor to the Undergraduate Athletic Training Student Society
   •   Kansas State University Seniors’ Day participation
   •   KSU Open House volunteer for Human Nutrition
   •   Majors Fair faculty volunteer for Human Nutrition
   •   Participation in Wamego High School Senior Interview Days
   •   Participation in Northern Heights High School Career Days
   •   Speaker at Beloit Jr. & Sr. High School Career Fair
   •   Served on Department of Human Nutrition Student Learning Outcomes
       Assessment Committee
   •   Mentored a Rock Creek High School Senior Student
   •   Serve as a job shadow coordinator for numerous Kansas high schools
   •   Serve on the Human Ecology Diversity and Internationalization Committee
   •   Speaker for Kansas State University Junior Day programs and recruitment
                                REFERENCES:

Dr. Virginia Moxley
Dean of Human Ecology
Professor/Co-Director IAA
Kansas State University
119 Justin Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-532-5500
moxley@ksu.edu

Dr. David Smith
Co-Medical Director for ATEP
Kansas State University
107 Lafene Student Health Center
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-532-6544
dsmith@ksu.edu

Dr. Denis Medeiros
Associate Dean, Scholarship and Research
Department Head Human Nutrition
Kansas State University
213 Justin Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-532-0150
medeiros@ksu.edu

Dr. Carol Ann Holcomb
Professor
Kansas State University
Department of Human Nutrition
212 Justin Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-532-0152
carolann@ksu.edu

Dr. Mark Haub
Associate Professor
Department of Human Nutrition
Kansas State University
127 Justin Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-313-7430
haub@ksu.edu

								
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