Clinical Assistant Professor
Nick teaches many introductory and core courses in the Department of Kinesiology with a specific focus on laboratory courses. He also serves as the Laboratory Coordinator in the department. His primary research and professional interests include applied exercise physiology and sports nutrition as they relate to performance in endurance sports.
Education and Training
- MEd, Bowling Green State University, Kinesiology
- BS, Bowling Green State University, Kinesiology
Voth, N.R., Laurent, C.M., Kiss, J.E., & Fullenkamp, A.M. (2022). Field-based critical velocity test predicts 5,000m performance time in runners. Sport Performance & Science Reports, 133, 1-5.
Tomko, P.M., Laurent, C.M., Fullenkamp, A.M., Voth, N.R., & Young. C.A. (2019). Mouth rinsing carbohydrates serially does not improve repeated sprint time. Journal of Human Kinetics, 67(1), 133-142.
Laurent, C.M., Green, J.M., Davis, J.K., Geary C.L., & Voth, N.R. (2019). Differentiated ratings of perceived exertion between overweight and non-overweight children during submaximal cycling. International Journal of Health Sciences, 13(1), 3-8.
American College of Sports Medicine
Hayes Hall 244
518 W. Locust St.
Davenport, IA 52803