Nancy M. Speed PhD

Assistant Director and Instructor

Physical Education

Education

PhD Human Performance, Administration and Teaching, The University of Southern Mississippi (2002)

M.S. Physical Education, Administration and Teaching, The University of Southern Mississippi (1989)

B.S. Human Performance, The University of Southern Mississippi (1987)

Awards

  • College of Health Faculty Member of the Month (October 2007)
  • Research Stipend Award from The University of Southern Mississippi's Committee on Services and Resources for Women for "Elementary Physical Education Teacher Behaviors." (2004)

Publications

Publications

Speed, N.M., Martin, C.L. & Gould, T.E. (under review). Application of item analysis for contributory validity evidence and modification of the ASK-PE exercise physiology test. Under review with Journal of Teaching in Physical Education.

Bowers, A.G., Speed, N.M., Wolfe, B., Miller, J.J. & Martin, C.L.L. (Accepted). The Impact of Print Media on the Thin Ideal of Collegiate Female Athletes. Journal of Contemporary Athletics, (TBA).

Martin, C.L.L., Speed, N.M., & Gould, T. (2012). Physical education content knowledge and physical activity behaviors: examining a link between knowledge, activity and behaviors of Mississippi high school students.

Mississippi Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance EJournal, 1(1).

Hostetter, K.S., Burchell, S.H., Johnson, J.T., & Speed, N.M. (2012). Team approach to female athlete triad care. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, 9(Suppl 1):P9.

Neelis, L.A., Lindsey, C. B., Drane, D., Speed, N. & Phillips, D. (2012). NCAA Division I head softball coaches’ confidence, openness and stigma tolerance toward sports psychology consultants. Journal of Contemporary Athletics, 6(1).

Kolbo, J., Penman, A., Meyer, M.K., Speed, N., Molaison, E. and Zhang, L. (2006). Prevalence of overweight elementary and middle school students in Mississippi compared with prevalence data from the Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System. Preventing Chronic Disease, 3 (3).

Drummond, J.L., Speed, N., & Andrews, A.K. (2006). The relationship between the use of first names and a measure of effective teaching in elementary physical education. OAHPERD Journal, 42 (3), 21-26.

Meyer, M.K., Speed, N.M., and Kolbo, J. (2004). Overweight in Mississippi elementary and middle school-aged children: How extensive is the problem? [Abstract] Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 104(8) (Supplement), A-16.

Reports

Speed, N. (2010). Academic Initiative Report for Human Performance: Administration & Teaching, Ph.D. to the University Priorities Committee-Academic Priorities Subcommittee at The University of Southern Mississippi.

Speed, N. (2010). Academic Initiative Report for Human Performance: Physical Education, M.S. to the University Priorities Committee-Academic Priorities Subcommittee at The University of Southern Mississippi.

Speed, N. (2010). Academic Initiative Report for Human Performance: Physical Education (Licensure), B.S. to the University Priorities Committee-Academic Priorities Subcommittee at The University of Southern Mississippi.

Martin, C., Speed, N., & Krebs, G. (2009). U.S. Department of Education Grant Performance Report of Project CARE, a Grant for School-Based Student Drug-Testing Programs for the Lamar County School District. Hattiesburg: The University of Southern Mississippi.

Martin, C., Speed, N., & Krebs, G. (2008). Project protect. Prepared for the Lamar County School District’s COPS Grant. Hattiesburg: The University of Southern Mississippi.

Speed, N., Martin, C., Krebs, G. & McDaniel, L. (2008). An examination of the impact of a random drug-testing program. Hattiesburg: The University of Southern Mississippi.

Molaison, E.F., Kolbo, J.R., Speed, N., Dickerson, E. & Zhang, L. (2007). Prevalence of overweight among children and youth in Mississippi: A comparison between 2003 and 2005. Hattiesburg: The University of Southern Mississippi.