School of HK Faculty & Staff
Dr. Ronald Bulbulian
- School of Health and Kinesiology, Education
- HPER 207K
- Tel: 402.554.
- Email: email@example.com
Dr. Bulbulian earned his BS/MS from Brigham Young University where he graduated Magna Cum Laude in Kinesiology and subsequently earned his PhD in Exercise Science from University of Southern California. He is a seasoned faculty member and administrator having earned tenure at Kansas State University and University of Kentucky. He brings 17 years of administrative experience as a Director of Research (NY Chiropractic College), Founding Dean of Helath and Human services at Marywood University in Pennsylvania, Vice Provost and Acting Provost at Alfaisal University in Saudi Arabia, and Founding Dean of Science and Technology at Nazarbayev University. He is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), Former president of the Central States Chapter of ACSM, and Exercise Physiology Academy, He has over 55 refereed publications, 1300 citations with an H Index of 21, and over 20 Million dollars in extramural support for research and student scholarships. He has extensive research experience working with DoD and NASA on Human Physiology and Ergonomics related investigations.
Research and Creative Interests
Exercise Physiology, Ergonomics, Neuromuscular Physiology, Therapeutic and Prophylactic Effects of Exercise.
Ph D - Stress Physiology - Body Composition
University of Southern California (Los Angeles) 1980
MS - Exercise Physiology
Brigham Young University (Provo Utah) 1975
BS - Kinesiology
Brigham Young University (Provo Utah) 1974
Member of the College and University Presidents Registry (Leadership) 2015
Founding Dean (Leadership) 2003
International Who's who (Scholarship/Research) 1996
Research Award (Scholarship/Research) 1991
U.S. Navy Research Fellowship (Scholarship/Research) 1989
U.S. Air Force Research Fellowship (Scholarship/Research) 1988
NASA Research Fellowship (Scholarship/Research) 1987
Research Consortium Fellow (Scholarship/Research) 1986
Fellow American College of Sports Medicine (Leadership) 1985
President Central states ACSM (Leadership) 1985
U.S. Navy Research Fellowship (Scholarship/Research) 1984
Graduating Class Valedictorian (Leadership) 1974
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