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« Dr. Fralinger was one of my professors at Delaware State University between 2010 and 2011. She has a great ability to keep students engaged in assignments and she is good at finding new methods of teaching to help reach all her students. She has proven to be humanistic when personal issues arise. She motivated me to go after the job you want and not what's easy. Thanks to her support I was hired by the state straight out of college and I am still a here. She is highly qualified, educated and motivated to see others succeed. »
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Taught subjects
  • Positive psychology
  • Stress management
  • Personal coaching
  • Life coaching
  • Conflict management
  • Relationship coaching
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College professor of health with 15 years experience offering lessons in stress management, health & wellness, nutrition, and fitness.

Methodology

Teaching has always been central to my role as a faculty member. I strive to present information that is current and relevant to students’ lives, and yet challenges them to reach beyond their current understanding to develop new perceptions of content. My planning for course content is an ongoing process. After course goals and objectives are identified, I design in-class activities, assignments and exams that will provide evidence of meeting the course objectives. Next, content implementation is planned to logically flow over the series of class sessions with each lesson building on the previous one. Most class sessions include a variety of teaching strategies that cater to the seven learning styles (visual, aural, verbal, logical, solitary, social, and kinesthetic) where students must be present to fully engage in the learning. In all my courses, students learn course content and apply the material taught through active engagement with their classmates and me, which requires they be engaged physically, cognitively, and emotionally as learners.

My philosophy and pedagogy are based primarily on the Socratic method and Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences. Socrates engaged in questioning of his students in search for truth. His philosophy involved getting to the foundations of his students' and colleagues' views by asking continual questions. I consistently ask students questions to allow them to critically think their way through a problem by employing the material they have already learned. This allows them to retain concepts much better because they use their own logic and thought processes to arrive at an answer on their own. To optimally support this process, I incorporate Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences. Gardner notes that there are seven separate human intelligences that account for cognitive competencies: Linguistic, musical, logical-mathematical, spatial, bodily- kinesthetic, interpersonal, and intrapersonal. To cater to the different intelligences, I teach using a variety of modalities, which include lectures supported by power point, online videos, student presentations, participation activities, and demonstration. My classroom is a space where my students and I are accountable for learning. We all bring experiences that contribute to what is learned. In this way, the classroom experience becomes one of many possibilities, with new perceptions and acceptance of differing thought processes.

I continue to seek ways to methodically move through my lesson objectives and remain responsive to student reactions in class. My lesson plans serve as a foundation, a roadmap of intended direction, yet they allow for the exploration of new paths that might emerge. I frequently adjust the pace of my lectures based on student feedback of their understanding of the material presented. If they do not understand a concept, I will not build upon it until an adequate understanding is obtained. If this is not possible for all students, I continue to move forward but consciously revisit the concept as it applies to the new material. My lectures therefore are structured yet flexible, which creates a flow to my presentation that moves at a pace appropriate for both the students and me.

Background

I have a PhD from Seton Hall University, NJ in the Health Sciences, with a specialization in Health Professions Leadership. During my doctoral education, I worked as a research assistant, teaching assistant, and student teacher supervisor in Health Education.

Most recently, I was an assistant professor in the Health & Physical Education Department at Rhode Island College. I taught courses in the Public Health/Community Health & Wellness track, including undergraduate and graduate courses in Nutrition, Epidemiology/Biostatistics, Program Planning & Development, and Human Sexuality.

During my tenure at Rowan University, I constructed and taught traditional and online courses in both the pedagogy and health promotion tracks. These included Basic Nutrition, Health & Wellness, Stress Management, Structure & Function of the Human Body, Kinesiology, Exercise Physiology, Administration of Health & Fitness Programs, and Safety/First Aid courses. I also collaborated with faculty members on research projects involving health behavior, health education teaching methodologies, health promotion, and technology in the classroom. As evidenced by my teaching evaluations, students and faculty felt I demonstrated exceptional teaching effectiveness and scholarly activity, which served the department well.

Prior to working at Rowan University, I was employed as an Assistant Professor at Delaware State University and Keystone College. Along with teaching traditional and online health, communication, science, recreation, and business-related courses, I served on multiple committees and played a vital role in the development of institutional and academic practices. During that time, I also engaged in many research endeavors with colleagues from various institutions.

I have had a variety of work experience in the college setting over the past 14 years, including academic, athletic, and managerial positions. I have been published in the field, presented at major academic conferences, and written grant proposals for health and technology-based programs. While attending The College of New Jersey (TCNJ), I was a graduate assistant for the Health and Physical Education Department and served both as a player and assistant coach for the nationally ranked softball team. I obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology Education and a Master of Education degree in Health Science from TCNJ.

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Rate for online lessons : $40/h
Lessons offered by Barbara
Individual
In group
The lessons will be held
webcam
Taught subjects
  • Positive psychology
  • Stress management
  • Personal coaching
  • Life coaching
  • Conflict management
  • Relationship coaching
Levels
  • All Levels

Barbara's resume

EDUCATION:
2003-2005 SETON HALL UNIVERSITY
• PhD in Health Science Education; specialization in Health Professions Leadership. Date conferred: May 9, 2005. GPA: 3.96

1994-2000 THE COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY, formerly TRENTON STATE COLLEGE, Ewing NJ
• Master of Education Degree, Health Science Education. Date conferred: May 12, 2000. GPA: 3.967
• Bachelor of Science Degree, Biology Education. Date conferred: December 21, 1998. GPA: 3.246

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
Fall 2017- Spring 2018
RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE ASST. PROFESSOR OF HEALTH EDUCATION & HEALTH PROMOTION
• Courses taught: Nutrition; Epidemiology; Program Planning & Development; Human Sexuality
• Supervision of Community Health & Wellness student internships
• HPE Department Service: Served on the Community Health & Wellness Committee; Assisted in the development of a partnership with the campus recreation center for student centered health and fitness programs
• Recreation Center group exercise instructor

Fall 2012- Spring 2015
ROWAN UNIVERSITY ASST. PROFESSOR OF HEALTH & EXERCISE SCIENCE; HEALTH PROMOTION & FITNESS MGMT. TRACK
• Courses taught: Kinesiology; Exercise Physiology, Administration of Health Promotion and Fitness Programs; Consumer Health Decisions, Health & Wellness.
• Developed and taught HLTH 37.327: Consumer Health Decisions for summer online delivery in Canvas.
• Developed and taught HLTH 37.340: Administration of Heath Promotion and Fitness Programs for summer online delivery in Canvas.
• HES Department Service: Curriculum, Student Issues Committee, Academic Technology Committee (Chair), Scholarship Committee (Chair), CMSRU Wellness Committee.
• College of Education Service: Events Committee, Technology Innovations Committee
• University Service: Faculty Senate Representative, Professional Ethics & Welfare Committee, Scholarship Committee

Fall 2010- Spring 2012
DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY ASST. PROFESSOR OF HEALTH PROMOTION
• Taught the following courses: Introduction to Public & Community Health, Personal & Community Health; Substance Use & Abuse; Environmental Health; Program Planning & Evaluation in Health Education & Promotion; Health Promotion in the Workplace; Foundations of Public Health Education & Policy; Observation & Fieldwork; Health Practicum
• Observation and supervision of students working in Public & Community Health Agencies in Dover, DE
• Student Advisement – current advisor of all Health Promotion majors
• First Aid/CPR/AED instructor


• Service:
 Curriculum Development Committee - revamped the Community Health curriculum during 2010-2011 academic year and developed student handbook; new Health Promotion curriculum approved in June 2011.
 Library, Computer, & Technology Committee - teamed with Office of Distance Learning to convert CMHE 236: Substance Use & Abuse and CMHE 339: Human Sexuality to online courses for summer 2011; trained faculty in Respondus software use for online testing via Blackboard.
 Personnel Committee - assisted with the interview and hiring process of new faculty.
 Strategic Planning Committee - revised goals and objectives of the Health Promotion major to align with University goals and objectives.
 Developer and Chair of the Student Issues Committee
 ACHIEVE Grant - assisted in the development, writing, and application process of the "Everyone Play" grant submitted to the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors (NACDD).
 DSU Center for Teaching and Learning Mini-Grant –obtained grant to fund service learning projects in spring 2012 for the DSU/Capitol Park, DE health partnership.
 College Curriculum Committee Member – Faculty member at-large.
 Institutional Efficiency Committee Member – devised efforts to improve the overall
competency and efficiency of university faculty and staff.
 University Accreditation Self-Study Team – served as co-chair of the research group charged
with assessment of student learning outcomes for university accreditation report.
 DSU faculty liaison for community health partnership with Capitol Park, DE.
 Devised and implemented April 2011 community health fair that received national recognition
by APHA.

Fall 2010-Spring 2012
UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX CERTIFIED ONLINE INSTRUCTOR
• Spring 2011 Health and Wellness Online Course Instructor

Fall 2007-
Spring 2010 ROWAN UNIVERSITY ASST. PROFESSOR OF HEALTH & EXERCISE SCIENCE –TEACHER CERT.
• Taught the following courses: Basic Nutrition; Structure and Function of the Human Body I & II; First Aid & Safety; Health & Wellness; Contemporary Health II; Consumer Health Decisions.
• Developed PHED 35103: Health & Wellness - online course in Blackboard/Web-CT.
• Served on the HES Department Curriculum Committee
• Served on the NCATE Accreditation Committee and Student Issues Committee.

Spring/Summer 2009
KING’S COLLEGE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ONLINE INSTRUCTOR
• Developed and taught two sections of EDUC 325: Teaching the Exceptional Student - online course in Moodle.

Fall 2005-Spring 2007
KEYSTONE COLLEGE ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF SPORT & RECREATION MANAGEMENT
• Taught SRM101: Intro to Sport & Rec. Mgmt.; SRM311: Economics of Sport & Adventure Tourism;
SRM403: Resort Recreation; PHED112: First Aid & Safety; SRM315: Commercial Recreation; SRM 405: Organizational Aspects of Community Recreation; SRM 201: Program Planning & Development; SRM250: Bridging Experience in Sport Management.
•Served on the following committees:
 Elected Chair, Institutional Review Board – developed and implemented IRB standards for the college.
 Faculty Development Committee – developed and implemented faculty summer stipend guidelines & application process.
 All-College Judicial Board – participated in student hearings and developed projects to enforce sanctions.
 Academic Technology Committee
 Advising Retention Committee
 Planning Retention Committee

2002-Present
CAMDEN COUNTY COLLEGE ADJUNCT PROFESSOR
• Taught HPE 102: Health & Wellness; HPE 106: Stress Management; HPE 104: Health & Personal Living; HPE 170: First Aid, Safety, & Prevention of Injuries.

Fall, 2001
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND TEACHING ASSISTANT/STUDENT TEACHER SUPERVISOR
• Adjunct professor: Taught Health 140: Personal and Community Health.
• Supervised undergraduate student teachers obtaining educational degrees at the secondary level.

1999-2000
COLLEGE OF NJ HEALTH / PHYS.ED. GRADUATE ASSISTANT
• Taught HPE courses in the following areas: Biology/Anatomy and Physiology, First Aid/Safety, Health Education, Exercise Physiology, Team Sports: Basketball, Softball, Field Hockey, Soccer, & Volleyball.

WORK EXPERIENCE:

2013-Present
ONLINE FITNESS BUSINESS OWNER
• Develop and recommend nutrition and exercise programs for individuals across the U.S. and Canada.
• Run online education, support and accountability groups for those engaging in fitness programs.
• Mentor others who are building online fitness businesses.

2010-2012
QUEST FITNESS DESK ATTENDANT
• Maintain, clean, and supervise the Quest Fitness facility in Lewes, DE.

2003-2005
SOUTH JERSEY HEALTHCARE EXERCISE SPECIALIST/MANAGER
• Maintained and supervised the Bridgeton Wellness Center.
• Organized health fairs and performed fitness assessments/developed exercise programs.
• Assisted cardiac rehabilitation patients with exercise programs.
• Developed and conducted “Healthy Lifestyles” study and “Security Combat Force Maintenance Plan” for hospital security team.

2000-2001
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND RESEARCH ASSISTANT
• Performed process evaluation for the Community Health Partnership Project between the University of Maryland and the City of Seat Pleasant, Maryland.
• Assisted with Health Fairs/Focus Groups conducted with community residents.

2004-2008
PENNSBURY, PA. SOFTBALL ORGANIZATION
• Assistant Softball Coach for Pennsbury Softball 12, 14, & 16 under girls’ fastpitch softball teams.

1998-1999
COLLEGE OF NJ ASSISTANT SOFTBALL COACH
• Served as the pitching coach for the College.

1995-1999
CAMP INSTRUCTOR
• Fastpitch Softball Camps and Clinics: New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana.
• Coordinated daily activities and instructed children ages 9-18 attending softball camps.

SCHOLARLY RESEARCH:

Books
• Fralinger, B. White, J. (2012). Put Me In Coach: I’m Ready to Live. Redefining Life Coaching Strategies for Optimal Health and Well-Being. Lambert Academic Publishing Co.
(concealed information)

• Fralinger, B. (2010). Female Athletes and Performance-Enhancer Usage. Lambert Academic Publishing Co.
(concealed information) Fralinger/dp/(concealed information)X/ref=pd_rhf_p_t_1

• Owens, R., Fralinger, B., and Rice, M. (2010). Reinvent Yourself: A Personal Guide to an Encore Job in Sales. Screen Printing USA. (concealed information)

Journal Publications
• Biren, G., Sterner, R., Fralinger, B., Lacke, C., Chaloupka, E. (2015). Agility Performance and the Effect of Stretching Technique. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 47(5S), 532.
• Brookbush, B. & Fralinger, B. (2014). Muscle Mind-Mapping as a Learning Strategy in Human Movement Science. Journal of Applied Global Research, 7(19).
• Fralinger, B. (2014). Get FIT Goes Mobile: Adaptive Technology for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Journal of Information Systems Technology & Planning (JISTP), 7(18).
• Fralinger, B., Brookbush, B., & Pinto-Zipp, G. (2014). Students Speak: Workshops Wanted. Effectiveness of Integrated Education at the Undergraduate Level. Review of Higher Education and Self-Learning (RHESL), 7(24).
• Fralinger, B., Biren, G. & Sterner, R. (2013). Effectiveness of Service Learning as a Teaching Strategy in Health Promotion Program Planning, Review of Higher Education and Self-Learning, 6(22), 113-129.
• Owens, R., Fralinger, B., Biren, G., & Sterner, R. (2013). Virtual Learning Environments Using Blackboard as a Learning Tool and Delivery System. Journal of Information Systems Technology and Planning, 5(15).
• Fralinger, B., Dorsey, A. (2011). The Skinny on the Lap-Band: A Case Study. International Journal of Social Health Information Management, 4(8), 11-30.
• Fralinger, B., DiCorcia, M., & White, J. (2010). Breaking through the Barrier: Evaluation of a Life Coaching Seminar. International Handbook of Academic Research & Teaching, 11, 244-256.
• Fralinger, B., DiCorcia, M., & White, J. (2010). Breaking through the Barrier: Evaluation of a Life Coaching Seminar. Review of Management Innovation and Creativity, 3(7), 1-17.
• Fralinger, B., Olson, V. (2007). Organizational Culture at the University Level: A Study Using the OCAI Instrument. Journal of College Teaching and Learning, 4(11), 85-98.
• Fralinger, B. & Owens, R. (2009). You Tube as a Learning Tool. Contemporary Issues in Education Research Journal, 6(12).
• Fralinger, B., Pinto-Zipp, G., Simpkins, S., Olson, V. (2007). Female Athletes and Performance-Enhancers. Journal of College Teaching and Learning, 4(12), 33-44.
• Fralinger, B., Willis, S. (2009). Evaluation of the Transtheoretical Model as a Learning Tool: Assessing the Effectiveness of a Behavior Change Project Implemented at the University Level. Review of Higher Education and Self-Learning – RHESL Journal, 2(3).
• Fralinger, B. (March, 2006). Female Athletes and Performance-Enhancer Usage: Doctoral Dissertation. UMI Proquest Publications. ISBN: (concealed information) Source: DAI-B, p. 4754.
• Owens, R. & Fralinger, B. (2008). An Analysis of Women Educators in Higher Education and Their Perceptions of the Use of Technology in Improving Teacher Effectiveness: A Study in Instructional Technology. Contemporary Issues in Education Research, 1(3), 19-30.
Presentations/Conference Proceedings Publications

• Fralinger, B. (2014). The Get FIT Mobile Application Project. Presented at the 2014 NJAHPERD Annual Convention, Long Branch, NJ. Feb. 23-24.
• Fralinger, B. (2014). The Get FIT Mobile Application Project. Presented at the AETNA Foundation Community Empowerment Through Technological Innovation Meeting, Hartford, CT. March 10-11.
• Brookbush, B. & Fralinger, B. (2013). Muscle Mind-Mapping as a Learning Strategy in Human Movement Science. Study presented and Abstract published in the conference proceedings of the 2013 International Academic Conference, Key West, Florida, March 18-20.
• Fralinger, B., Biren, G., & Sterner, R. (2013). Effectiveness Of Service Learning As A Teaching Strategy In Health Promotion Program Planning. Presented at the 2013 NJAHPERD Annual Convention, Long Branch, NJ. Feb. 24-26.
• Fralinger, B., Biren, G., & Sterner, R. (2013). Effectiveness of Service Learning As a Teaching Strategy In Health Promotion Program Planning. Study presented and published in the conference proceedings of the 2013 European International Academic Conference, Paris, France. June 9-11.
• Fralinger, B., Brookbush, B., & Pinto-Zipp, G. (2013) Students Speak: Workshops Wanted. Effectiveness of Integrated Education at the Undergraduate Level. Study presented and Abstract published in the conference proceedings of the 2013 European International Academic Conference, Paris, France. June 9-11. Received Best Paper Award.
• Fralinger, B. White, J. (2012). Put Me In Coach: I’m Ready to Live. Redefining Life Coaching Strategies for Optimal Health and Well-Being. Paper presented and Abstract published in the proceedings of the 2012 International Organization of Social Sciences and Behavioral Research (IOSSBR) conference, April 23-25, Atlantic City, NJ.
• Fralinger, B., Dorsey, A. (2011). The Skinny on the Lap-Band: A Case Study. Paper presented and Abstract published in the proceedings of the 2011 Intellectbase International Consortium Academic Conference. Nashville, TN. May, 2011.
• Fralinger, B., DiCorcia, M., & White, J. (2010). Breaking through the Barrier: Evaluation of a Life Coaching Seminar. Paper presented at the 2010 Intellectbase International Consortium Academic Conference. Nashville, TN. May, 2010.
• Fralinger, B., DiCorcia, M., & White, J. (2010) Breaking through the Barrier: Evaluation of a Life Coaching Seminar. Paper presented and published in the Clute Institute 2010 EABR and ETLC conference proceedings. Dublin, Ireland. June, 2010.
• Fralinger, B., Olson, V. (2010). Organizational Culture at the University Level: A Follow-Up Study Using the OCAI Instrument. Paper presented and published in the Clute Institute 2010 EABR and ETLC conference proceedings. Dublin, Ireland. June, 2010. Received Best Paper Award.
• Fralinger, B. & Owens, R. (2009). You Tube as a Learning Tool. Paper presented and published in the conference proceedings of the 2009 College Teaching and Learning Conference. Oahu, Hawaii. Jan. 5-8, 2009. Received Best Paper Award.
• Fralinger, B. & Owens, R. (2009). You Tube as a Learning Tool. Paper presented and Abstract published in the conference proceedings of the 2009 International Society for the Social Studies. Univ. Central Florida. Feb. 2009.
• Fralinger, B. & Owens, R. (2009). You Tube as a Learning Tool. Paper presented at the 2009 COE Mini Conference at Rowan University. April 17, 2009.
• Fralinger, B., Willis, S. (2009). Evaluation of the Transtheoretical Model as a Learning Tool: Assessing the Effectiveness of a Behavior Change Project Implemented at the University Level. Paper presented and published in the conference proceedings at the 2009 Intellectbase International Consortium Academic Conference. Nashville, TN. May 27-29, 2009.
• Fralinger, B., Willis, S. (2008). Evaluation of the Transtheoretical Model as a Learning Tool: Assessing the Effectiveness of a Behavior Change Project Implemented at the University Level. Paper presented and Abstract published in conference proceedings at the 2008 College Teaching and Learning Conference. Orlando, Florida. Jan. 2-5, 2008.
• Fralinger, B., Olson, V. (2007). Organizational Culture at the University Level: A Study Using the OCAI Instrument. Paper presented and published in the refereed conference proceedings at the 2007 College Teaching and Learning Conference. Venice, Italy. June 4-7, 2007. Received Best Paper Award.
• Fralinger, B., Pinto-Zipp, G., Simpkins, S., Olson, V. (2007). Female Athletes and Performance-Enhancers. Paper presented and published in the refereed conference proceedings at the 2007 College Teaching and Learning Conference. Venice, Italy. June 4-7, 2007.
• Owens, R., Fralinger, B. (2012). Virtual Learning Environments Using Blackboard as a Learning Tool and Delivery System. Paper presented and Abstract published in the Proceedings of the 2012 Clute Institute Orlando International Education Conference, Jan. 2-4, Orlando, FL.
• Owens, R. & Fralinger, B. (2009). An Analysis of Women Educators in Higher Education and Their Perceptions of the Use of Technology in Improving Teacher Effectiveness: A Study in Instructional Technology. Paper presented at the King’s College Global Landscapes Conference. April 16, 2009.
• Owens, R. & Fralinger, B. (2009). Assistive Technology Instructional Module Using Student Created Tutorials. Paper presented and published in the conference proceedings at the 2009 ISETL Conference. Philadelphia, PA. October 8-10, 2009.
• Owens, R. & Fralinger, B. (2008). An Analysis of Women Educators in Higher Education and Their Perceptions of the Use of Technology in Improving Teacher Effectiveness: A Study in Instructional Technology. Paper presented and published in the conference proceedings of the 2008 College Teaching and Learning Conference. Orlando, Florida. Jan. 2-5, 2008.
• Owens, R. & Fralinger, B. (2007). Enhancing Education with Student-Created Tutorials as a Learning Tool. Paper presented at the 16th Annual National Conference on Family Literacy. Orlando, FL. March 4 - 6, 2007.
• Owens, R. & Fralinger, B. (2007). Animation and Visual Imagery with Microsoft Moviemaker as a Learning Tool. Paper presented and published in the conference proceedings of the 2007 ISETL Conference. Atlanta, Georgia. Oct. 10-13, 2007.
• Owens, R. & Fralinger, B. (2007). Animation and Visual Imagery with Microsoft Moviemaker as a Learning Tool. Paper presented at the NJASL Annual Fall Conference. Long Branch, NJ. Nov. 14 – 16, 2007.
• Owens, R. & Fralinger, B. (2006). Computer-Based Student Created Tutorials as a Learning Tool. Paper presented and published in the refereed conference proceedings at the 2006 College Teaching & Learning Conference. Las Vegas, NV. October 2-6, 2006.
• Owens, R. & Fralinger, B. (2006). Computer-Based Student Created Tutorials as a Learning Tool. Paper presented at ISETL Conference in Palm Springs, CA. Oct. 19-21, 2006.

Grants
• October 2013 - AETNA Foundation Community Empowerment Through Technical Innovations: MOBILE-izing for Health and Wellness - obtained grant award to fund evaluation of a Get FIT Mobile App.
• October 2013 - RU Faculty Center Innovations in Teaching Using Technology Grant – obtained grand award to fund development and evaluation of a Kinesiology Mobile App.
• DSU Center for Teaching and Learning Mini-Grant – obtained grant award to fund service learning projects for the DSU/Capitol Park, DE health partnership during spring 2012.
• American Lung Association DPH grant – obtained funding to support April 2012 health fair conducted by Health Promotion students in Capitol Park, DE.
• Obtained Grant Award and implemented Senior Citizen Fitness Program – “Fit for the Golden Years” (2003-2004).

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:
• NJAHPERD - member
• American Journal of Health Sciences – Editorial Board
• Intellectbase International Consortium – Reviewers Task Panel & Executive Editorial Board
• Brookbush Institute of Human Movement Science – Director of Research

ACTIVITIES AND HONORS:

SETON HALL UNIVERSITY
• SHU research award for outstanding scholarly research.

THE COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY
• 4-time TCNJ Scholar-Athlete.
• 4 years Varsity Softball: 1995 NCAA All-Tournament Team Pitcher; 1996 NCAA Championship Team member; 1998 NJ All-Conference Team.

REFERENCES:
• Dr. Genevieve Pinto-Zipp, Seton Hall University Graduate Medical Ed. Dept. – (concealed information)
• Dr. Valerie Olson, Messiah College Physical Therapy Program Director – (concealed information) 

• Dr. Nick DiCicco, Camden County College Health/Exercise Science Dept. Chair – (concealed information) ext. 4247







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Saboo

Dr. Fralinger was one of my professors at Delaware State University between 2010 and 2011. She has a great ability to keep students engaged in assignments and she is good at finding new methods of teaching to help reach all her students. She has proven to be humanistic when personal issues arise. She motivated me to go after the job you want and not what's easy. Thanks to her support I was hired by the state straight out of college and I am still a here. She is highly qualified, educated and motivated to see others succeed.

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Matthew

One of my favorites, she goes above and beyond for her students and she is able to work with any type of learner. You will not be disappointed with her knowledge. Highly recommend!

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Dan

Barbara taught multiple classes on mine in college. She is extremely passionate about health and wellness and very knowledgeable as well. She is a great mentor and teacher. She is very friendly and always available to help students in need. I would highly recommend Barbara!

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