Faculty


John David Johnson

John David Johnson, II, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

 

Office: Prillaman Hall 4015

Phone: 678-797-2195

E-mail: jjohn235@kennesaw.edu

 

 

Academic Degrees

 

 

Ph.D.

Human Performance and Recreation (Administration and Teaching)

University of Southern Mississippi

2004

 

M.S.

Human Performance and Recreation (Sport Administration)

University of Southern Mississippi

2002

 

B.S.

Education (Exercise Science)

Auburn University at Montgomery

1999

 

Professional Experience

 

 

2005-Present

Assistant Professor, Department of Exercise Science and Sport Management, Kennesaw State University.

 

2004-2005

Temp Assistant Professor, Department of Health, Physical Education, and Sport Science, Kennesaw State University

 

2004-Present

Challenge Country Facilitator. Facilitate group elements in team building and belay on the ropes course.

 

1999-2001

Professional Staff for Prattville Parks and Recreation Department. Recreation Coordinator

 

Recent Professional Activities

 

 

“Determinants of Youth Soccer Tournament Attendance.” with J.C. Bradbury. The GAHPERD Journal, 2011 (Winter), 44(1): 22-26.

 

How We Evaluate Volunteer Coaches. Presentation at the Mississippi Alliance for Physical Education Health Recreation and Dance State Conference. (2003, Dec.).

 

Professional Interests

 

 

Sport Misconduct: Coaches', Administrators', and referees' perceptions of youth sport misconduct in youth soccer associated with the National Youth Soccer Association. Other sports and organizations are a secondary interest. Other misconduct areas of study include high school and college athletics.

 

Youth Sport Organization: Defining a successful organizational structure for non-profit organizations with no association with other organizations such as YMCA's, local government, etc.

 

Teaching Responsibilities

 

 

HPS 1000 Fitness for Living.
HPS 1810 Outdoor Recreation and Education.
HPS 3390 Leadership and Management in Sport Organizations.
HPS 3500 Foundations of Recreation and Leisure.