A. Page Glave

A. Page Glave

Assistant Professor, Department of Kinesiology

apglave@shsu.edu

936-294-3324

HKC 249A


Bio

Dr. Glave primarily focuses on applied biomechanics, specifically in the overweight and obese populations.  She is also interested in the aging and athletic populations.  Dr. Glave is also interested in training methodologies and has a background in applied exercise physiology. 

Dr. Glave has taught a variety of classes at SHSU and usually teaches upper level classes in the exercise science track.  She enjoys teaching and strives to push students to think critically and apply course knowledge to their future professions.  Dr. Glave also encourages students to be active in professional organizations and get involved in research to best prepare them for the competitive job market.


Education

  • Ph. D. Kinesiology: Exercise Science – University of Arkansas
  • M.S. Kinesiology: Exercise Science – University of Arkansas
  • B.S.E. Physical Education – Missouri State University
  • Graduate Certificate: Educational Statistics and Research Methods – University of Arkansas

Honors and Awards

  • Highlighted faculty member from the College of Health Sciences at the SHSUOnline Teaching + Learning Conference in 2015

  • Recognized as making a difference to a graduating student: Fall 2015, Spring 2013, Summer 2012, and Spring 2012

  • Nominated for the University Excellence in Teaching Award at Sam Houston State University in 2012

  • Distinguished Doctoral Fellow at the University of Arkansas, 2006 – 2010 

Selected Publications

  • Glave, A. P., Didier, J. J., Weatherwax, J.*, Browning, S*., & Fiaud, V. (2016).  Testing postural stability: Are the Star Excursion Balance Test and Biodex Balance System Limits of Stability tests consistent? Gait & Posture, 43, 225-227. doi: 10.1016/j.gaitpost.2015.09.028

  • Glave, A. P., Didier, J. J., Oden, G. L., Wagner, M. C., & Rivera, S. M.* (2015). The relationship between body fat percentage and difference in caloric expenditure as measured by indirect calorimetry and estimated by an elliptical trainer. Journal of Molecular Pathophysiology, 4(2), 65-68. doi: 10.5455/jmp.20150525021208

  • Didier, J. J., Glave, A. P., Weatherwax, J.*, Browning, S.*, & Fiaud, V. (2014). Reliability of BBS LOS test at two time points in a Healthy Population.  Journal of Fitness Research, 3(3), 3-7.

  • Wagner, M. C., Oden, G., Glave, A. P., & Hyman, W. V. (2014). Development of agility utilising a multidimensional modality of plyometrics.  Journal of Fitness Research, 3(3), 49-59.

  • Glave, A. P., Di Brezzo, R. Applegate, D. K., & Olson, J. M. (2014).  The effects of obesity classification method on select kinematic gait variables in adult females.  Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 54(2), 197-202.

  • Glave, A. P., Di Brezzo, R., Applegate, D. K., & Olson, J.M.  (2013). The effects of weight and activity on select kinematic gait variables in adult females.  Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 13(4), 471-478.  doi: 10.7752/jpes.2013.04075

  • Didier, J. J., Glave, A. P., & Montz, J. (2013).  In-season plyometric training transfers to sport specific movements.  Journal of Fitness Research, 2(2), 14-22.

  • Glave, A. P., Olson, J. M., Applegate, D. K., & Di Brezzo, R. (2012). The effects of two different arm positions and weight status on select kinematic variables during the bodyweight squat. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 26(11), 3148-3154. doi: 10.1519/JSC.0b013e318243fefb