Daniel M Rosney

Assistant Professor of Instruction
Kinesiology
Office
244 Pearson Hall

Biography

Daniel Rosney is an assistant professor of instruction in the Department of Kinesiology, Exercise and Sport Science program. Dr. Rosney completed his PhD in Exercise and Nutrition Sciences at the State University of New York at Buffalo, where he also earned a combined BS/MS in Exercise Science/Nutrition. As a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association, he is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with work experience involving D-I athletes and community members, as well as tactically within the military as a Non-commissioned Officer Master Fitness Trainer. He is also a member of the American College of Sports Medicine. Dr. Rosney's primary research interest is the role exercise and nutrition play in physiological stress reduction, as well as examining their effects on quality of life.

Education

  • PhD, Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, State University of New York at Buffalo
  • MS, Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, State University of New York at Buffalo
  • BS, Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, State University of New York at Buffalo

Curriculum Vitae 

Courses Taught

Number

Name

Level

KINS 4314

Principles of Personal Fitness

Undergraduate

KINS 4315

Applied Performance Nutrition

Undergraduate

KINS 4316

Principles of Strength and Conditioning

Undergraduate

KINS 4385

Internship in Exercise and Sport Science

Undergraduate

Selected Publications

  • Rosney, D.M. & Horvath, P.J. (2018). Exergaming Intervention in Sedentary Middle-Aged Adults Improves Cardiovascular Endurance, Balance and Lower Extremity Functional Fitness. Health Science Journal, 12(6). doi: 10.21767/1791-809x.1000601

  • Rosney, D.M., Noe, M.F., & Horvath, P.J. (2017). Powerful Tools for Caregivers, a Group Psychoeducational Skill-Building Intervention for Family Caregivers. J Caring Sci, 6(3), pp. 187-198. Iran. doi: 10.15171/jcs.2017.019

  • Horvath, B.T.W.P.J. (2015). The Effect of Pre Exercise Carbohydrate Consumption on Cognitive Function. Journal of Athletic Enhancement, 04(02). doi: 10.4172/2324-9080.1000192