Faculty

Foster Foster, Carl C. Professor. Education: Ph.D. (Exercise Physiology), University of Texas at Austin. M.Ed. (Physical Education), University of Texas at Austin. B.S. (Zoology), Abilene Christian College. Areas of Specialty: Clinical physiology, high performance physiology, exercise physiology.
133 Mitchell Hall
608.785.8687
cfoster@uwlax.edu
Teri Hepler Hepler, Teri J. Assistant Professor. Education: Ph.D. (Kinesiology-Sport Psychology), Michigan State University. M.S. (Sport Studies), Miami University. B.A. (Psychobiology), Ripon College. Areas of
interest: Psychosocial aspects of sport and exercise, decision-making, efficacy beliefs, group processes, motor behavior, and athletic performance.
152 Mitchell Hall
608.785.8164
thepler@uwlax.edu
Kernozek Kernozek, Thomas W. Professor. Education: Ph.D., University of Minnesota, M.S., Illinois State University, B.S., State University of New York, Cortland. Areas of Specialty: Knee Injuries in Female Athletes, Lower Extremity, Biomechanics Research, Biomechanics Laboratory
4070 Health Science Center
608.785.8468
tkernozek@uwlax.edu
Mikat Mikat, Richard P. Professor. Education: Ph.D. (Exercise Physiology), University of Utah. M.S. (Exercise Science and Athletic Training), Brigham Young University. B.S. (Commercial Physical Education), Brigham Young University. Areas of Specialty: Computer applications in education, exercise physiology, human body composition & metabolism, research methodology & statistics.
129 Mitchell Hall
608.785.8177
rmikat@uwlax.edu
Kevin Schultz Schultz, Kevin J. Director of Sports Performance/Assistant Football Coach. Education: M.S. (Human Performance), University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, WI. B.S. (Exercise & Sports Science- PE Teaching), University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, WI. Associates Certificate (Massage Therapy), Community College of Allegheny County, PA. Areas of Specialty: Physical/mental preparation of athletes, massage/soft-tissue, corrective based exercises, sports nutrition and technical/tactical development of American football players.
21 Mitchell Hall
(608) 785-5172
kschultz@uwlax.edu
Wright Wright, Glenn A. Associate Professor. Education: Ph.D (Exercise Physiology), Auburn University. M.A. (Exercise Physiology- Adult Fitness) Ball State University. B.A. (Physical Education) Ripon College. Areas of Interest: Athletic performance, anaerobic metabolism, strength and conditioning, ergogenic aids.
137 Mitchell Hall
608.785.8689
gwright@uwlax.edu