JANET N. WYMAN
48 Emerson Place, Fort Worth, Texas 76014
Honest, confident, hardworking leader; a person of keen judgment
with a record of integrity and dependability, poised to leverage
education and experience toward launching a successful career in
the field of Sport Psychology (or Kinesiology) with an
organization seeking an articulate team player committed to
supporting organization objectives.
Teaching Knowledge: Offer
an MS in Kinesiology, coupled with experience providing
group instruction in Weight Training/Body Conditioning
gleaned through background as Department/Teaching Assistant.
Two-year Letter Winner for Athletic Training; trained
athletes of various intramural sports teams/programs,
including Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, and Gymnastics.
Communication & Presentation:
Exceptional interpersonal skills. Handle sensitive
matters with tact, poise and diplomacy. In-depth experience
understanding individual needs and educating appropriately.
tuned analytical and research skills with dedication to
clear communication and presentations. Able to maintaining
an exceptional rate of productivity, accuracy and
EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATIONS
Master of Science in Kinesiology,
Specialization: Sport & Exercise Psychology; G.P.A. 3.6
TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY, FORT WORTH, TEXAS
Bachelor of Science in Human Biology,
Specialization: Kinesiology; G.P.A. 3.7 (2001)
WOMAN'S UNIVERSITY, DENTON, TEXAS
National Dean's List ~
Golden Key National Honor Society ~ Two Year Letter Winner
Certified in CPR and First Aid,
American Heart Association, 2004-Present
TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY, Fort Worth, Texas
Graduate Student, 2004-2006
Enthusiastically pursued university's Master
of Science program in Kinesiology and Sports Psychology.
Obtained education in Research Methods in Kinesiology,
Physiology of Exercise, Psycho-sociological Aspects of Sports,
Advanced Biomechanics, Applied Sports Psychology, Special
Problems in Kinesiology, Advanced Educational Psychology,
Advanced Motor Behavior, and Psychology of Youth Sports.
Completed graduate thesis titled "The Role
of Demographic and Psychological Variables in the
Development of Disordered Eating Behaviors among Middle
School Adolescence"; scheduled to present topic at the
September 2006 AAASP Conference.
Active member of the Association for the
Advancement of Applied Sports Psychology.
Assisted Kinesiology department in ensuring that projects,
duties and responsibilities of the department were carried out
of in a responsive and service oriented manner. Coordinated
assigned department projects and assisted with research and
reporting. Maintained department project calendar to ensure
timely completion of all projects. Interacted and assisted the
campus community for the Director.
Selected as Teacher's Assistant for
undergraduate coursework instruction in Elementary Methods,
Secondary Methods, Team & Group Sports, and Foundations of
Kinesiology and Sports Psychology.
Taught college level courses in Weight
Training and Body Conditioning.