Phillip E. Morgan is the Program Coordinator for K-12 Health and Fitness Teacher Education program. He teaches School Health Methods, Adapted Physical Education Practicum, Integrated Health and Fitness Curriculum for the K-8 Teacher, and Management and Methods of PE for the K-12 Teacher.
Dr. Morgan’s research interests include youth activity/fitness and public school coaching.
- Bigger Faster Stronger – Strength and Conditioning ProgramTM, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Summer 2008
- National Runner-up in the Rural Education Dissertation of the Year Award sponsored by the AERA (2003)
- Mortar Board Professor of the Year (2003) Naval ROTC Excellence in Teaching Award (2004)
- Ph.D. Education Administration, Washington State University
- M.Ed. Education Administration, emphasis in Athletic Administration, Washington State University
- B.S. biology, minor in chemistry, Washington State University
- Washington State Continuing Teaching Certificate, Washington State University, 1989
- B.S. Biology, Western Oregon State College, 1987
- D.C. Chiropractic Medicine, Western States Chiropractic College, 1986