Dr. Theodore W. Anderson
"I want to ensure that all students receive the instruction they deserve and that will last far beyond a quiz, an exam, or other assessment."
Dr. Anderson serves as assistant professor of human performance and recreation in the School of Education. He teaches human performance courses, health courses, and education courses related to physical education and health. Prior to becoming a part of University faculty, he worked in various positions with organizations such as the Carolina Panthers, Mecklenburg County Parks and Recreation, Huntsville Parks and Recreation (Alabama), and the Orangeburg County YMCA.
Dr. Anderson received a bachelor’s degree in sport management from Claflin University, a master’s of science degree in kinesiology from Alabama A&M University and a doctorate in health professions education from Logan University. He is certified by the American Red Cross as an instructor of first aid. He is also certified in mental health.
Dr. Anderson served as a research assistant during his undergraduate studies and conducted research on diabetes during his graduate studies. His current research interests include stress indicators and management and diabetes education.