Dr. John Slovak, Ed.D.
Assistant Professional Track Faculty

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Contact
Office
Science Building 231
Related Department
Biological and Environmental Sciences

Educational Background

  • Ed.D., Health and Physical Education, Texas A&M University-Commerce, 1996
  • MS, Health and Physical Education, TAMUC, 1993
  • BS, Health and Physical Education, TAMUC, 1990

Academic Positions

  • Assistant Professor, Biological and Environmental Science, Texas A&M University-Commerce, 2000-present
  • Ad-Interim Assistant Professor, Biological and Environmental Science, TAMUC, 1998-2000
  • Adjunct Instructor, Biological and Environmental Science, TAMUC, 1998
  • Adjunct Instructor, Collin Community College, 1996
  • Teaching Assistant/Coach, Health, Kinesiology and Sports Studies, TAMUC, 1992-1996

Selected Publications

  • Bulent Agbuga, John P. Slovak, Ferman Konukman, Ilker Yilmaz. Comparison of Division II College Offensive and Defensive Football Players’ Upper Body Strength Across One Repetition Maximum Test and The NFL-225 Test. Journal of Human Kinetics, Volume 21, 2009, 75-82.
  • von Duvillard, Serge P. FACSM ; Bell, Jeff ; Dieckmann, Ines ; Hamra, Jena ; Alford, Ken ; Miskevich, Frank ; Slovak, John P. “Determination of Lactate Turn Points by Gas Exchange, Salivary a-Amylase and Testosterone in Male Subjects.” Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 39(5) Supplement:S252, May 2007
  • Mayhew, Jacques, Ware, Chapman, Bemben, Ward and Slovak. “Anthropomorphic Dimensions Do Not Enhance 1-RM Prediction from the NFL225 Test in College Football Players”, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 2004, 18(3), 572-578.
  • Mayhew, Ware, Cannon, Corbett, Chapman, Ward, Farris, Juraszek, Slovak. “Validation of the NFL-225 test for predicting 1-RM bench press performance in college football players”, Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, Sept 2002: Volume 43: 304-308.
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