Andrew Ginsberg
Lecturer, Kinesiology
Campus: UMD | Building: School of Public Health | Room: 2351
Phone: (301) 405-2450 |
Biography

Drew Ginsberg is currently an instructor and PhD student in the Department of Kinesiology. As a graduate student (working under the direction and guidance of Dr. Hatfield) member of the Cognitive Motor Neuroscience Laboratory, the tools the research team uses to investigate the effects of cognitive load on human performance include EEG, ECG, eye-tracking, and questionnaires. Drew has coaching experience ranging from youth to collegiate athletics and has also taught middle school and high school health and physical education. 

 

Education and Training

Current PhD Student Cognitive Motor Neuroscience Department of Kinesiology, University of Maryland, College Park, MD

2010 Masters of Art and Teaching in Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY

2007 Bachelor of Science in Applied Exercise Science Springfield College, Springfield, MA

Courses

KNES100N, Physical Education Activities: Basketball (Beginning)

KNES100O, Physical Education Activities: Basketball (Intermediate)

KNES131V, Physical Education Activities: Jogging (Beginning)

KNES131O, Physical Education Activities: Jogging (Intermediate)

KNES131Z, Physical Education Activities: Softball (Beginning)

KNES132N, Physical Education Activities: Badminton (Beginning)

KNES152N, Physical Education Activities: Soccer (Beginning)

KNES152O, Physical Education Activities: Soccer (Intermediate)

KNES155N, Physical Education Activities: Tennis (Beginning)

KNES155O, Physical Education Activities: Tennis (Intermediate)

KNES157N, Physical Education Activities: Weight Training (Beginning)

KNES157N, Physical Education Activities: Weight Training, Freshman Connection

KNES157O, Physical Education Activities: Weight Training (Intermediate)

KNES160N, Physical Education Activities: Volleyball (Beginning)

KNES160O, Physical Education Activities: Volleyball (Intermediate)

KNES161N, Physical Education Activities: Conditioning (Beginning)

KNES161O, Physical Education Activities: Conditioning (Intermediate)

KNES200, Introduction to Kinesiology 

KNES201, Kinesiological Principles of Physical Activity 

KNES334, Adapted Physical Activity: Empowering People with Disabilities to Lead a Healthy and Active Lifestyle

KNES370, Motor Development

KNES389P Strength & Conditioning of Athletes (with Coach John Philbin)

KNES497, Kinesiology Senior Seminar, Exercise and Brain Health: From Psychology to Behavior

Honors and Awards

Most Valuable Professor (MVP), Maryland Wrestling, University of Maryland, February 2019

Most Valuable Professor (MVP), Maryland Women’s Basketball, University of Maryland, February 2015

Lynn Wagner Owens Faculty Physical Activity Instruction Award, University of Maryland, May 2014

Most Valuable Professor (MVP), Maryland Men’s Soccer, University of Maryland, November 2013

Outstanding Graduate Physical Education Student, Manhattanville College, May 2010

Co-Captain Springfield College Men’s Lacrosse Team 2006-2007