Dan Greene

Assistant Professor

Dan Greene

Assistant Professor

Academic Appointment(s)

College of Education
Department of Kinesiology

  • (706) 731-7910
  • CFH 224


  • Ph.D., Kinesiology and Exercise Scien University of Illinois at Urba, 2017

  • MS, Kinesiology and Exercise Scien University of Illinois at Urba, 2013

  • BS, Kinesiology and Exercise Scien University of Illinois at Urba, 2011

Awards & Honors

  • Dissertation Completion Fellowship University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign , 2016

  • Graduate college travel award University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign , 2014

  • List of Teachers Ranked Excellent 2011

Courses Taught Most Recent Academic Year

  • KNHS 3319

    Exercise Physiology
  • INQR 1000

    Fund. of Academic Inquiry
  • KNHS 3210

    Motor Behavior
  • WELL 1011

  • WELL 1209

  • KNHS 3300

    Practicum in Exercise

Teaching Interests

My teaching philosophy is to both educate and inspire my students. While educating our youth and providing the tools to be successful are very important in academia, I often feel it is drive and passion that supersede basic knowledge. That is why I aspire to instill passion in the classroom that can be carried with students regardless of their area of expertise. I consider it a privilege to help students learn and overcome obstacles both inside and outside the classroom. While I find the study of kinesiology to be fascinating, I aim to not only provide the skills and information necessary to excel in each course, but to teach lessons that will be remembered well beyond essays and examinations.


Selected Recent Publications

  • That feeling I get: Examination of the exercise intensity-affect-enjoyment relationship, 2018
    Journal Article, Academic Journal
  • Effectiveness of a 16-Week High-Intensity Cardioresistance Training Program in Adults, 2017
    Journal Article, Academic Journal
  • Does Experience Matter? Enjoyment Of High Intensity Interval Exercise With Respect To Exercise History, 2017
    Journal Article, Academic Journal
  • More isn’t necessarily better: Examining the intensity–affect–enjoyment relationship in the context of resistance exercise., 2015
    Journal Article, Academic Journal
  • When an Undergraduate Lifts, 2014
    Journal Article, Academic Journal

Research Interests

1. Exercise psychophysiology. 2. How individual difference factors impact exercise behavior and psychological outcomes. 3. Utilizing in-task affective valence to predict post exercise enjoyment and behavior. 4. Increasing exercise adherence.

College Service

  • Curriculum 2017 - 2019

    Role: Committee Member