Andrew E. Alstot
Assistant Professor, Exercise Science
UC Box: A154
Office: Stoller Center 115
PhD in Human Performance with a specialization in Physical Education, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN in 2011.
Master of Science in Education with a concentration in Physical Education, California State University, Turlock, CA in 2008.
Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education, Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, CA in 2003.
Areas of Research & Specialization
Currently I am responsible for teaching Advanced Perceptual Motor Learning, Exercise Science Foundations and Teaching Physical Activity I.
Alstot, A.E. & Kang, M. (2010). Effects of behavior analysis interventions on skill acquisition: a meta-analysis. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 81 (Suppl 1), A-xvii-A-xx. (Selected as the Research Consortium’s 2010 Graduate Student Research Award).
Alstot, A., & Young, S. (2008). A study of the frequency of the incorporation of nutrition concepts into the physical education curriculum in San Joaquin County, California (Abstract). Proceedings of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Southwest District/Hawaii Combined Conventions, Waikoloa, HI (June, 2008), 1A-1B.
Alstot, A.E. & Alstot, C.D. (2010, October). Beyond behavior management: Using
member, American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (AAHPERD)
member, Tennessee Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (TAHPERD)
National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE)
AAHPERD Research Consortium
2009-2010 Sport Performance Club - Middle Tenessee State University
2007-2008 Honor Society of Phi Kappy Phi (California State Stanislaus)
Honor & Awards
2011 American Kinesiology Association Graduate Scholar
2010 Research Consortium Graduate Student Research Award
2007 Mountain Valley League Varsity Baseball Coach of the Year
2007 Award for Academic Excellence, California State University, Stanislaus
2007 Member of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi – top 10% of CSU Stanislaus graduate students
2003 Outstanding Senior Award for Physical Education, Azusa Pacific University
2003 NAIA All-America Scholar Athlete – Baseball, Azusa Pacific University
2003 Golden State Athletic Conference Scholar Athlete – Baseball, Azusa Pacific University
At Pacific University, all faculty teach a variety of different courses. Typically, we do not use graduate teaching assistants, which means that your classes will be taught by professors and that you will have plenty of opportunites to get to know the faculty in your discipline.
Below I have listed some of the courses that I teach. We are always developing and trying out new classes, so the list may change now and then. You can use the links to the left to read descriptions of the courses listed below.
Exip 469 Advanced Perceptual Motor Learning
Exip 498/499 Senior Research I & II
Exip 200 Exercise Science Foundations
Exip 318 Teaching Physical Activity I