Wesley College welcomes Dr. Ryan Hubble ’10, as the new assistant professor of kinesiology. Hubble is a Wesley alumnus with a bachelor of science in kinesiology. During his time at Wesley, he was a member of the football team, resident assistant and an academic tutor for biomechanics, introductory math, and algebra.
“Ryan will be a great addition to our faculty,” said Kinesiology Department Chair Dr. Raymond Phillips. “We are always thrilled to welcome back one of our own.”
After Wesley, he continued his education at Ball State University and earned his master of science in biomechanics. During that time he was also a research assistant and a lab instructor. He then earned his Ph.D. in exercise science at the Australian Catholic University in Brisbane, Australia while studying the efficacy of core stability exercises for improving postural stability in fallers with Parkinson’s disease. While there he was also a lecturer and tutorial instructor. He received an award for excellence in research during his time at Australian Catholic University.