Dr. Nix joined the Health Science, Kinesiology, Recreation & Dance Department at the University of Arkansas as a Lecturer in 1989. During her years as an Instructor at the U of A, she earned her Ph.D. degree 1998 with an emphasis in Kinesiology and Exercise Science. Prior to teaching at the U of A, Angie taught Physical Education and Health at Ramay Junior High in Fayetteville. She also coached basketball, gymnastics, track & field, pom, and cheerleaders. In her 16 years at the Department of Health Science, Kinesiology, Recreation & Dance, she has taught a variety of classes in PEAC, HLSC, RECR, KINS, & PHED. Her administrative responsibilities include serving the Department as PEAC Coordinator since 2000.
Legal issues and risk management related to physical education, athletics, coaching, teaching, and aquatic management.
- Motor Learning
- Class Management
- Principles & Problems of Coaching
- First Responder
- Teaching Rhythms
- Outdoor Recreation
Ph.D., University of Arkansas, Kinesiology, 1998
M.S.E., Arkansas State University, Physical Education & Health, 1982
B.S.E., Arkansas State University, Physical Education, Health, & Recreation, 1981