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Gudrun Floyd

Senior Lecturer

Contact Information
E-mail: gbfloyd@usc.edu
Phone: (213) 821-1871
Office: PED 1o6b

LINKS
Curriculum Vitae
Faculty Profile on Departmental Website
 

Education

M.S. Kinesiology-Biomechanics/Motor Development, California State University, Northridge, 1/2001
 

Guest Lectures in Courses

EXSC 202: Principles of Nutrition and Exercise Lectured one class meeting on the topic of "Appetite Suppressant Drugs, Surgical Procedures (Bariatric Surgery), and Fad Diets.", Fall 2013   
EXSC 202: Principles of Nutrition and Exercise Guest lectured one class period on the topic of satiety and hunger, Fall 2010   
 

Service to the University

Committees

Member, Member on a NTT Faculty Evaluation Personnel Committee for Human Evolutionary Biology Department., Fall 2012   
Member, Member on an interview committee for hiring new non-tenure faculty for Human Evolutionary Biology Department., 2011-2012   
 

Service to the Profession

Professional Memberships

Cal. State Northridge Alumni Association (Kinesiology), 2005-  
American College of Sports Medicine, 2003-  
 

Review Panels

SWACSM, Panel Participant/Presenter on personal, professional and diversity issues, Fall 2013   
SWACSM, Regional Meeting/Conference, Fall 2008   
SWACSM, Regional Meeting/Conference, Fall 2007   
Evolution Fitness, Evolution Fitness Conference in Irvine, CA, 05/20/2007  
Experimental Biology, Annual Conference, Washington D.C., Spring 2007   
SWACSM, Regional Meeting/Conference, Fall 2006   
IUPS, Teaching Physiology Workshop, 2004-2005   
SWACSM, Regional Meeting/Conference, 2004-2005   
 

Reviewer for Publication

CBS-Power of Walking TV segment, CBS , Over one day in November, assisted Dr. Girandola (Kinesiology Department), to run an experiment on one of the reporters from CBS. Oxygen consumption while walking on a treadmill was measured to show that walking can be a beneficial form of exercise., Fall 2006   
IndyCar Series Magazine , Issue 15, 2006, Haymarket Worldwide Inc, Administered and set up a series of motor skill tests on a top IndyCar race car driver. A writer and a photographer followed the race car driver and an article was later published in the IndyCar Series Magazine. , 09/06/2006  
 
 
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