Professor | Kinesiology
A254 PAES Building
305 Annie & John Glenn Ave.
- Ph.D., Education, The Ohio State University (1994)
- M.S., Education (APE & Motor Learning), Bowling Green State University (1989)
- B.S., Education, Fayetteville State University (1988)
Samuel Hodge is a Professor of Kinesiology in the Department of Human Sciences. His academic interests include teacher professional preparation and inclusion, as well as issues of social justice and cultural diversity. His recent publications include Fundamentos da educação física adaptada (São Paulo: Phorte Editore Publications, in press); and “Students with disabilities in Brazil, Japan, South Korea, and the United States: Implications for inclusion and social justice in physical education”, In A. J. S. Morin (Ed.), International Advances in Education: Global Initiatives for Equity and Social Justice (Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing Inc., in press).