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Jeffrey M.

Hartman, PhD, ACSM EP-C, CSCS-D, NSCA-CPT


Gardner-Webb University Campus Box 7216 Boiling Springs, NC 28017
Phone: 704-406-3202 E-Mail: jhartman@gardner-webb.edu

Education
Ph.D. Kinesiology, The University of Virginia, 2005
M.Ed. Kinesiology, The University of Virginia, 2001
B.A.

Psychology, Bloomsburg University, 1999

Academic Appointments
Associate Professor of Exercise Science, School of Preventive and
Rehabilitative Health Sciences, Gardner-Webb University (GWU)

2013 - present

Associate Professor, Department of Physical Education, Wellness,


and Sport Studies, GWU

2005 - 2013

Coordinator, e-Instructors Online Tutoring, Smarthinking

2005 - 2010

Administrative Faculty, Athletics Department, The University of


Virginia

2001 - 2005

Lecturer, Northern Virginia Campus, The University of Virginia

2003 - 2004

Lecturer, Service Physical Education Department, The University of


Virginia

1999 - 2001

Professional Organizations/Certifications
American College of Sports Medicine
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Exercise Physiologist-Certified (# 146621)

National Strength and Conditioning Association


o

Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist


(#200014087)

Certified Personal Trainer (#7168720708)

American Red Cross Certification


o

2000 - present
2000 - present

1999 - present

Adult CPR, AED

Professional Service
Educational Policies and Standards Committee Member, GWU

Fall 2016 present

Wellness Council (Chair), GWU

Fall 2015 present

Professional Readiness Pledge Integration Work Group Member,


GWU
Journal of Motor Behavior Reviewer

2014 present
2015

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GWU Chapter of the American Association of University Professors


(AAUP) Member
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Chapter President

Exercise Science Majors Club Faculty Advisor, GWU

2014 present
2014 2015
2014 present

WGWG Weekly On-Air Contributor (Exercise and Science), GWU

Fall 2012 - present

Gaston College Health and Fitness Advisory Board Member, Gaston


College

Fall 2012 - present

Institutional Review Board Department Representative, GWU

Fall 2009 - 2014

Administrative Advisory Committee Member, GWU

2012 2014

Health/Wellness Club Faculty Advisor, GWU

2010 2012

Curriculum Committee Member, GWU

2010 2012

Curriculum Committee Subcommittee Chair, University


Assessment Taskforce

Faculty Search Committee Member, GWU


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School of Nursing, Dean

Department of World Languages and Cultures

Department of Physical Education, Wellness, and Sport


Studies

Department of Natural Sciences

Director of Interdisciplinary Studies

Center for Excellence in Teaching Subcommittee Leader, GWU


Health/Wellness University Marketing Committee Member, GWU
Athletics Committee Member, GWU
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Chair

2013
2012, 2007
2012, 2010, 2008
2008
2007
Spring 2011
Spring 2011 - 2014
2006 2010
2009 - 2010

Interdisciplinary Studies Committee Member, GWU

2008 - 2011

First Year Book Committee Member, GWU

2008 - 2010

Quality Enhancement Plan for the Commission on Colleges,


Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) ReAccreditation Committee Member, GWU

2006 - 2007

Student Disciplinary Appeals Board Member, GWU

2006 - 2007

Cleveland County Schools At Risk Mentor

2005 2007; 2015 - present

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Publications
Hartman, J.M. (submitted for publication). S.M.A.R.T.E.R. goals for focusing effort and improving
performance. National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Hartman, J.M. (2007). Self-controlled use of a perceived physical assistance device. Perceptual and Motor
Skills, 104, 1005-1016.
Hartman, J.M. & Jackson, B.H. (2007). Podcasting. IDEA Fitness Journal, 4, 30-32.
Hartman, J.M. (2006). An investigation of learning advantages associated with self-control of the
feedback schedule. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 77S, 44.
Hartman, J.M. (2001). Effect of attentional focus on learning the basic cast for fly-fishing. Research
Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 73S, 45.
Hartman, J.M. (1999). The effect of meditation, mental imagery, and relaxation on the accuracy of
basketball free-throw performance. On-line:
http://academic.uofs.edu/organization/psychcon/14th/abtracts1_99.html#hartman

Professional Presentations
ACADEMIC MEETINGS
Hartman, J.M. (1999, April). The effect of meditation, mental imagery, and relaxation on the accuracy of
basketball free-throw performance. Paper presented at the University of Scranton Annual Psychology
Conference, Scranton, PA.
Hartman, J.M. (2001, February). Performance enhancement skills for the personal trainer and exercise leader.
Poster presented at the Annual Collegiate Fitness Exposition, Blacksburg, VA.
Hartman, J.M., Hunfalvay, M., & Jackson, B.H. (2001, November). Application of motor learning principles:
Theoretical and practical conflicts. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Virginia Association for
Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Williamsburg, VA.
Byers, B., Darden, G., Hartman, J.M., Jackson, B.H., Nair, M.N., & Weigelt, M. (2002, April). Motor
behavior: When theory and practice collide: Motor learning and pedagogical contradictions. Paper presented
for the Research Consortium at the Annual Meeting of the American Alliance for Health, Physical
Education, Recreation, and Dance, San Diego, CA.
Jackson, B.H. & Hartman, J.M. (2002, November). Contemporary research and traditional coaching and
teaching. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Virginia Association for Health, Physical
Education, Recreation, and Dance, Richmond, VA.
Jackson, B.H., Wang, L., Hunfalvay, M., & Hartman, J.M. (2003, April). Utilizing different sensory
modalities through the use of technology to assist skill acquisition. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of
the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Philadelphia, PA.
Hartman, J.M. (2004, March). Attentional focus strategies. Poster presented at the Annual Slaughter
Lecture Series, Charlottesville, VA.

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Hartman, J.M. & Jackson, B.H. (2004, April). Perfect practice makes perfect: Options for optimizing practice.
Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education,
Recreation, and Dance, New Orleans, LA.
Hartman, J.M., Stewart, A.D., & Jackson, B.H. (2005, April). Top 10 research to practice links applied to
sport and physical education. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Alliance for
Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Chicago, IL.
Hartman, J.M. (2006, March). Benefits of self-controlled practice environments. Paper presented at GardnerWebb Universitys Annual Life of the Scholar Lecture Series, Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2006, April). An investigation of learning advantages associated with self-control of the
feedback schedule. Paper presented for the Research Consortium at the Annual Meeting of the American
Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Salt Lake City, UT.
Hartman, J.M. Jackson, B.H., Elliott, S.M., & Stewart, A.D. (2006, April). Balancing contemporary research
with real world constraints. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Alliance for Health,
Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Salt Lake City, UT.
Jackson, B.H. & Hartman, J.M. (2006, April). Strategies for effective teaching of motor learning and control.
Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education,
Recreation, and Dance, Salt Lake City, UT.
Jackson, B.H., Hartman, J.M., & Jones, L.J. (2007, March). Effective and efficient teaching of motor learning
and control. Applying motor learning concepts to teaching: A sharing of ideas from the experts. Paper
presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation,
and Dance, Baltimore, MD.
Hartman, J.M., Jackson, B.H., Stanec, A.D., & Elliott, S.M. (2007, March). Performance or learning? That
is the question: Assessment in physical education. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American
Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Baltimore, MD.
Hartman, J.M., Jackson, B.H., & Jones, L.J. (2008, April). Lab time on a dime. Paper presented at the
Annual Meeting of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Fort
Worth, TX.
Hartman, J.M. (2008, April). Self-control of a physical assistance device. Poster presented at the Annual
Meeting of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Fort
Worth, TX.
Martin, B.L. & Hartman, J.M. (2009, February). A comparison of fitness levels among an undergraduate
student population. Paper presented at Gardner-Webb Universitys Annual Life of the Scholar Lecture
Series, Boiling Springs, NC.
Jones, L.J., Jackson, B.H., Hartman, J.M., & Stanec, A.D. (2009, April). Gentiles taxonomy: Developing and
assessing appropriate skill progression. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Alliance
for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Tampa, FL.
Alley, E.T, Martin, B.L., & Hartman, J.M. (2010, February). Perceived vs. actual physical fitness in
university undergraduates. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern District of the
American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Myrtle Beach, SC.

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Alley, E.T. & Hartman, J.M. (2010, February). Fit or fooling yourself: A study on the perceived vs. actual
physical fitness of university undergraduates. Paper presented at Gardner-Webb Universitys Annual Life
of the Scholar Lecture Series, Boiling, Springs, NC.
Hudak, L.A. & Hartman, J.M. (2011, February). In shape or in denial: Perceived vs. actual fitness of
undergraduates. Paper presented at Gardner-Webb Universitys Annual Life of the Scholar Lecture
Series, Boiling, Springs, NC.
Washburn, K.G. & Hartman, J.M. (2014, February). Dietary and behavioral factors influencing first year
weight gain. Poster presented at the Southeastern American College of Sports Medicine Regional
Conference, Greenville, SC.
Hartman, J.M. (2015, February). Strength, community, and campus leaders through service. Paper presented
at Pathways to Achieving Civic Engagement (PACE) Conference, Elon University, Elon, NC.
Pridgen, T.P. & Hartman, J.M. (2015, February). Effects of a 14-week worksite wellness intervention
addressing four components of health-related physical fitness in an apparently healthy adult population. Poster
presented at the Southeastern American College of Sports Medicine Regional Conference,
Jacksonville, FL.
Hartman, J.M. & Cornette, J.T. (2016, February). Effectiveness of a student-led worksite wellness service
project addressing health-related physical fitness. Poster presented at the Southeastern American College
of Sports Medicine Regional Conference, Greenville, SC.

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INVITED LECTURES
Hartman, J.M. (2005, April). Self-control and motor skill learning. On-line video conference lecture. Pacific
University, Forest Grove, OR.
Hartman, J.M. (2006, March). Goal setting and the seven strategies for success. Podcast lecture:
http://www.audioblogger.com/media/95584/320085.mps
Hartman, J.M. (2008, May). Wellness issues. Presented at Gardner-Webb Universitys UNIV 101/111
Retreat. Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2008, September). Exploring essential elements of physical wellness: Nutrition and physical
activity. Presented at Gardner-Webb Universitys School of Divinity. Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2009, March). The skinny on diet and exercise. Presented at Gardner-Webb Universitys
School of Divinity. Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. & Woodward, S.V. (2009, May). Introduction to diet and exercise: A hands on approach.
Presented at Health Fair. Metcalf, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2009, October). Self-care: Nutrition and physical activity for health and wellness. Presented at
Gardner-Webb Universitys School of Divinity. Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2010, October, September). Freshman 15: More fiction than fate. Presented at GardnerWebb University (UNIV 111). Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2010, March). How to run in such a way as to get the prize. Presented at Gardner-Webb
Universitys School of Divinity. Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2011, January). Gain by losing: Health and wellness principles while climbing the corporate
ladder. Shoe Show, Inc. District Managers Workshop. Concord, NC.
Hartman, J.M. & Hamilton, T. (2011, March). Community, content, and connections in 140 characters (or less):
#Twitter in the classroom. Presented at Gardner-Webb Universitys Center for Excellence in Teaching
and Learning. Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2011, May). Psychological skills for enhancing performance in the workplace. Presented at
Gardner-Webb Universitys Library In-Service Day. Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2011, June). Engaging students in 140 characters or less: Twitter in the college classroom.
Presented at Gardner-Webb Universitys Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Summer
Institute. Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2012, August). Worksite wellness proposal for Gardner-Webb University faculty and staff.
Presented at Gardner-Webb Universitys Faculty Retreat. Ridgecrest, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2012, August, September). Living healthly at Gardner-Webb University. Presented at
Gardner-Webb University (UNIV 111). Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2012, October). Pastoral care: Nutrition and exercise for the soul. Presented at GardnerWebb Universitys School of Divinity. Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. & Hartman, S.V. (2012, October). Exploring the fourth H through nutrition. Presented at
Rutherford Countys 4-H Monthly Meeting. Rutherfordton, NC.

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Hartman, S.V. & Hartman, J.M. (2013, January). Asynchronous technologies for traditionally synchronous
classrooms. Presented at Gardner-Webb Universitys Center for Excellence in Teaching. Boiling
Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2013, April). Graduation. There goes your free gym membership, now what? Presented at
Gardner-Webb Universitys Senior Disorientation Workshop. Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2013, May). A spoonful of sugar helps the librarian get fat. Presented at Gardner-Webb
Universitys Library In-Service Day. Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2013). Healthy living at Gardner-Webb University. Presented at Gardner-Webb University
(UNIV 111). Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2014, April). Running as a step forward toward spiritual discipline. Presented at Pleasant
Ridge Baptist Church. Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2014). Facing the facts of healthy living at Gardner-Webb University. Presented at GardnerWebb University (UNIV 111). Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2015, March). Pastoral self-care: Mind, body, soul. Presented at Gardner-Webb
Universitys School of Divinity. Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2015). The freshman 15: Avoiding health pitfall while at college. Presented at GardnerWebb University (UNIV 111). Boiling Springs, NC.
Hartman, J.M. (2016, February). Stretching and strengthening for fall prevention. Presented at Boiling
Springs Baptist Church. Boiling Springs, NC.

Honors and Awards


Sabbatical, GWU
Whos Who Faculty Sponsor, GWU
Alpha Chi Student Sponsor, GWU

Awarded Fall 2017, 2012


Spring 2016, 2008
Fall 2015, 2014, 2012, 2011

Service Learning Fellow, GWU

Spring 2013

Faculty Member Service Award, GWU

2010 - 2011

Faculty Volunteer of the Month, GWU

March 2007

Related Experiences
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Graduate courses:
o Special Topics: Sports Literature (SPED 555)
o Research in Sport Pedagogy (SPED 600)
o Scientific Principles of Human Performance (SPED 602)
o Sport and Exercise Psychology (SPED 608)

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Undergraduate courses:
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Introduction to Exercise Science (EXSI 200)

Exercise Physiology I (EXSI 306)

Exercise Testing and Prescription (EXSI 310)

Motor Behavior (EXSI 315)

Special Topics in Exercise Science (EXSI 351): Physical Activity and Obesity

Strength and Conditioning Theory and Practice (EXSI 420)

Practicum in Exercise Science (EXSI 421)

Seminar in Exercise Science (EXSI 432)

Internship in Exercise Science (EXSI 451)

Exercise Science Research (EXSI 497)

Exercise Science Thesis (EXSI 498)

Nutrition (HEWE 224)

Dimensions of Personal Health (HLED 221)

Substance Abuse Prevention (HLED 401, HEA-O 401)

Motor Learning (PHED 235)

Kinesiology (PHED 335)

Sport and Exercise Psychology (PHED 401)

Tests and Measurements (PHED 409)

PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE
Purposeful Running Group Founder and Director, Gardner-Webb University
Exercise and Science On Air Radio Weekly Contributor, WGWG, Gardner-Webb University
Recreation Facility Manager, Intramural-Recreational Sports, The University of Virginia
Personal Trainer, Atlantic Coast Athletic Club, Charlottesville, VA
Personal Trainer, Intramural-Recreational Sports, The University of Virginia
Assistant Fitness Director and Personal Trainer, Glenmore Country Club, Keswick, VA

Grants
Mobile Learning Taskforce Grant (Hartman, J.M.). Gardner-Webb University: $699; 2012.
Undergraduate Research Incentive Grant (Hartman, J.M.). First year weight change survey. GardnerWebb University: $728; 2012.
Honors Thesis Supervision Grant (Hartman, J.M.) Alkaline ionized water vs. spring water and
performance and recovery measures. Gardner-Webb University: $250; 2010.
Undergraduate Research Incentive Grant (Hartman, J.M.). Fitness testing of an undergraduate
student population: Gardner-Webb University: $500; 2010.

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Undergraduate Research Incentive Grant (Hartman, J.M.). Psycho-social impact of technology on the
traditional classroom. Gardner-Webb University: $500; 2010.
Undergraduate Research Incentive Grant (Hartman, J.M.). Perceived vs. actual physical fitness on an
undergraduate student population. Gardner-Webb University: $500; 2009.
Gentiles taxonomy: Developing and assessing appropriate skills progression. (Hartman, J.M.). GardnerWebb University Professional Development Research Grant: $1,648.87; 2008.
Self-control of a physical assistance device. (Hartman, J.M.). Gardner-Webb University Professional
Development Research Grant: $2,180; 2007.