Katie Bouley

Katie Bouley
Katie Bouley
Associate Professor, Department Chair, Exercise Physiology Lab Director
Exercise Science Department
802.626.6369
Lyndon
ASAC 219
Academic History: 
Ph.D. Springfield College
M.S. Springfield College
B.S. University of Massachusetts, Amherst

About Katie Bouley


Dr. Bouley earned her bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, MA in 2005. In her senior year, she served as a research assistant in the Plant, Soil, and Insect Sciences Department. After graduation, she worked in the Microbiology Laboratory at Baystate Medical Center as a laboratory assistant and continued in this role for 6 years while pursuing graduate degrees.

Dr. Bouley continued her education at Springfield College in Springfield, MA, where she earned a master’s degree in exercise physiology in 2008. Her thesis research focused on the relationship between body fat percentage and athletic performance. She then earned a Ph.D. in exercise physiology in 2012. Her doctoral research focused on the effects of shivering during the precooling response prior to running. While at Springfield College, Dr. Bouley earned a Graduate Assistantship position and had the opportunity to teach Exercise Physiology labs, Bioscience labs, and a Wellness course. She has also published multiple abstracts in the ACSM journal Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.

In 2010, Dr. Bouley began teaching at NVU-Lyndon. Since arriving, she has developed the Exercise Physiology Laboratory and continues to serve as the director of the laboratory space. She also facilitates and supervises student research on campus, and oversees the Exercise Science Student Mentor Program. In her free time, she enjoys running, biking, and spending time with her family.

Courses Taught


XSC-1025: New Student Seminar in Exercise Science
XSC-2055: Human Physiology
XSC-3015: Advanced Seminar in Exercise Science
XSC-3150: Physiology of Exercise
XSC-4010: Motor Learning and Development
XSC-4071: Assessment in Exercise Science
XSC-4072: Research Methods in Exercise Science
XSC-4910: Applied Research in Exercise Science
 

Publications and Presentations


Bouley, K. J., Stenson, M. C., Matthews, T. D., & Paolone, V. J. (2012) The effects of shivering on the precooling response during endurance exercise. Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise, 44(5), S323. Presented at the 2012 National American College of Sports Medicine Conference.

Ledoux, G. J., Bouley, K. J., & Sgherza, A. L. (2012) On-campus practicum activities and undergraduate national examination outcomes: Preliminary data and trends. Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise, 44(5), S80. Presented at the 2012 National American College of Sports Medicine Conference.

Pieklo, M. C., Stenson, M. R., Bouley, K. J., Matthews, T. D., & Paolone, V. J. (2011) The effects of cold water immersion on performance and recovery following intense aerobic exercise. Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise, 43(5), S869. Presented at the 2011 National American College of Sports Medicine Conference.

Bouley, K. J., Pieklo, M. C., Matthews, T. D., Paolone, V. J. (2009) Influence of body fat percentage on agility, strength, and endurance performance. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41(5), S459. Presented at the 2009 National American College of Sports Medicine Conference.

Davidson, P., Bouley, K., Craig, C., Collins. S., McMahon, G., Pieklo, M., Redmond, J., Sawyer, J., VanLangen, D., Paolone, V. J. (2009) Effect of hydration pattern on thermoregulation during exercise in dehydrated females: Preliminary data and trends. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41(5), S424. Presented at the 2009 National American College of Sports Medicine Conference.

Pieklo, M. C., Redmond, J. E., Bouley, K. J., Matthews, T. D., Paolone, V. J. (2009) Effects of breakfast omission and an acute bout of exercise on serum lipid concentrations. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41(5), S485-486. Presented at the 2009 National American College of Sports Medicine Conference.