Emily A. Dow


Visiting Instructor

Office: Wellness Center #131
E-mail: edow@uiwtx.edu
Phone: (210) 829-3966

  • EdD, University Louisiana Monroe, Curriculum and Instruction
  • MS, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Sport Management
  • Post Master, California University of Pennsylvania, Health and Fitness Promotion
  • BS, Slippery Rock University, Recreational Therapy, Aquatics
  • Spring 2021- Present, Assistant professor in Kinesiology, University of the Incarnate Word
  • Fall 2019 - Fall 2020: Visiting Instructor, University of the Incarnate Word
  • Spring 2018 - Spring 2019: Instructor, College of Business and Social Sciences, University of Louisiana Monroe
  • Fall 2017: Visiting Instructor, College of Business and Social Sciences, University of Louisiana Monroe
  • 2016 - 2017: Part-Time Faculty, School of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Louisiana Monroe
  • DWHP 1200 Dimensions of Wellness
  • PEHP 1110 Volleyball
  • PEHP 1139 Yoga
  • PEHP 1163 Aquatic Fitness Instruction
  • PEHP 1190 Activity Lab
  • PEHP 2303 Health and Physical Education for Elementary Teachers
  • PEHP 3301 Motor and Fitness Development for Children
  • PEHP 3302 Motor and Fitness Development for Adolescents
  • PEHP 3305 Motor Development and Fitness Health
  • PEHP 3314 Theories of Coaching
  • PEHP 3371 Care and Prevention of Injuries
  • PEHP 4345 Psychomotor Development: Educational Implications
  • KEHP 1301 Foundations of Kinesiology
  • KEHP 6379 Adapted Physical Activity and Sport
  • REHS 3320 Cultural Issues in Healthcare
  • Active Learning in the College Classroom
  • Adapted Physical Activity, Sport, Recreation and Aquatics
  • Integrated Curriculum in Public School Involving Physical Activity as the Primary Component
  • National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities
  • National Council for Higher Education
  • National Drowning and Prevention Association (NDPA)
  • National Education Association
  • SHAPE America
  • Dow, Emily (April 2019). Integrating Water Safety through School Curriculum. National Drowning and Prevention Association. New Orleans, LA
  • Dow, Emily (November 2018). Water Learning: Bringing Education, Movement, and the Pool Together. Louisiana Association Health Physical Education Recreation and Dance. Baton Rouge, LA
  • Dow, Emily, Vetere, Michael, J., and Vetere, Timothy (August 2017). Unconventional learning in a Democratic Society: Using Water, Drama, and Puppetry to Prepare Teacher Candidates. Association of Teacher Educators. Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Lunch and Learn, Guest Speaker (2013). Environmental Service Laboratories Inc. Indiana, PA
  • Vetere (Dow), E. and Lorenzi, D. (2010, April). Special Needs Activity Program. National Drowning Prevention Awareness Conference. Pittsburgh, PA
  • Lorenzi, D.G., Modell, S.J., and Vetere (Dow), E.A. (2010, March). Attitudes, Knowledge, and Perceptions Regarding Adapted Sport. Presentation at the annual meeting of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, Indianapolis, IN.
  • Vetere (Dow), E.A., and Lorenzi, D.G. (2009, April). Splish, Splash…the Value of Water. Presentation at the Slippery Rock University Autism Awareness Conference, Slippery Rock, PA.
  • Hsiao, R., Vetere (Dow), E., and Black, C. (March 2007). Media image for female athlete: Equalization of women in sports. Paper presented at the Third Drake Group Conference, Cleveland, OH
  • Adapted Aquatics Instructor
  • Certified Adapted Physical Educator from APENS