Faculty


Cherilyn Hultquist, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

AEHS Master's Program Coordinator

 

Office: Prillaman Hall 4021

Phone: 470-578-2651

E-mail: chultqui@kennesaw.edu

 

Academic Degrees

 

 

Ph.D.

Exercise Physiology

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

2007

 

M.S.

Exercise Physiology

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

2004

 

B.S.

Kinesiology/Athletic Training

San Diego State University, San Diego, CA

1998

 

Professional Experience

 

 

2008-Present

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

 

2007-2008

Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.

 

Recent Professional Activities

 

 

Publications:

Presentations:

  • Hultquist, C.N., McLester, J.R., and Alverson, N. Gender differences in the accuracy of caloric expenditure as estimated from accelerometers. Annual American College of Sports Medicine Conference, Baltimore, MD, June 2010
  • Hardin, R., Hultquist, C. Dawkins, S. Training Motivations for Collegiate Female Student-Athletes. Southeast American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Greenville, SC, Feb 2010.
  • Hultquist, C.N., Alverson, N.N. and McLester, J.R. Investigation of the accuracy of caloric expenditure as estimated from accelerometers. Southeast American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Greenville, SC, Feb 2010.
  • Hultquist, C.N., D.L. Thompson. (2009) Comparison of anthropometric measures for adherers and non-adherers following a 24-week walking intervention. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Conference, Seattle, WA
  • Hardin, R., McMillin, A., Koo, G., Hultquist, C. (2009) Oral Presentation: Training Motivations for Collegiate Female Student-Athletes. Southeast American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Birmingham, AL.
  • Hultquist, C.N., D.L. Thompson (2008). Poster Presentation: Comparison of psychological variables for adherers and non-adherers following a 24-week walking intervention. Annual American College of Sports Medicine Conference, Indianapolis, IN
  • Hultquist, C.N., D.L. Thompson (2008). Poster: Does amount of contact with a fitness professional influence physical activity level in a walking intervention? Southeast American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Birmingham, AL.

 

 

 

Professional Interests

 

 

Body composition assessments, Calorimetry assessment, Physiological and psychological variables associated with exercise adherence

 

Teaching Responsibilities

 

 

HPS 2100 Introduction to Exercise and Health Science

HPS 4300 Physiology of Exercise

HPS 4350 Fitness Evaluation and Exercise Prescription

EHS 6620 Theoretical Foundations of Assessment of Intervention Planning

EHS 6680 Exercise Psychology

EHS 6950 Advanced Lab Techniques in Exercise Physiology