Dr. Carol Biddington


Department of Exercise Sciences and Sport Studies


Dr. Biddington is the recipient of the 2020 Dixonian Award and the 2009 C.B. Wilson Distinguished Faculty Award at PennWest California. Her philosophy for teaching is to serve as a “guide on the side” providing students with the opportunity to construct their knowledge through a process of active inquiry.  She currently serves on committees for doctoral students in the DHSc Program.              


  • Woods, R., Hess, R., Biddington, C., & Federico, M. (2020). Association of lean body mass to menopausal

    Symptoms: The study of women’s health across the nation. Women’s Midlife Health. 6(10). https://doi.org/10.1186/s40695-020-00058-9

  • Biddington, C.  (2011). Utilizing a learning management system for group projects. Academic Exchange

    Quarterly. (Winter), 11(4), 155-159.

  • Biddington C, Wagner R, Lyles A, Brunner M. (2009). Athletic health care in Pennsylvania high schools. Pennsylvania Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. (Winter), 79(1), 20-24.

  • Biddington C. (2008). Teaching diversity awareness. Academic Exchange Quarterly. (Winter), 11(4), 71-


  • Weaver S, Biddington C, Roh J, Barnhart B. (2006). Dietary habits and nutritional knowledge of college

    athletes. Journal of Athletic Training. 41(suppl 2), S-37.

  • Biddington C, Popovich M, Kupczyk N, Roh J. (2005). Certified athletic trainers’ management of emergencies. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation. 14(2), 185-194.

  • Hamel V, Hess R, Biddington C, Kane R. (2004). Relationship between physical activity and balance in physically active and sedentary elders. Journal of Athletic Training. 39(suppl 2), S-39.

  • B.S. Health, Physical Education and Safety, West Virginia University
  • M.S. Physical Education: West Virginia University
  • Graduate Certificate, Gerontology: West Virginia University
  • Ed.D. Curriculum and Instruction: West Virginia University