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Rhonda Fleming

Assistant Professor of Physical Education

Ms. Rhonda K. Fleming

Email Address

Office Number

(864) 488-4529

Born in Spartanburg, SC. Currently resides in Fort Mill, SC.

Professional Accomplishments

National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education
American College of Sports Medicine
Southeast American College of Sports Medicine
South Carolina Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance
Vice-President, Sport & Fitness Division, 1999
Chair, College & University Section, 1997
Phi Delta Kappa Honorary Education Fraternity
The Importance of Remembering. Address to the Winthrop University Class 
of 1966 50th Reunion Dinner, 2016.
“Toward the Light”: Seek Truth, Do Right, Be Good. Commencement 
address. Limestone University, 2012.
Editorial Board. Foundations of Physical Education, Exercise Science, and 
Sport by Deborah Wuest and Jennifer Fisette.
Questioning the Millennium. Limestone University Faculty Symposium Speaker. 
The (Winthrop College School of Education) Education 180 Reader. Edina, 
MN: Alpha Editions, 1990.
Editor. NAGWS Tips and Techniques for Teachers and Coaches. Washington, 
DC: AAHPERD, 1977-1979.
“Allan Bloom’s The Closing of the American Mind: A Brief Reaction.” 
Winthrop College Faculty Symposium, 1988.
Relative timing in a backwards jumping skill. Doctoral dissertation 
topic. (Not completed)
Changes in isokinetic strength parameters after a six-week program using 
the Dorsiflex I ankle/calf machine, 1986.
Weight training for basketball. NAGWS Basketball Guide, 1974-1975.
An annotated basketball bibliography. NAGWS Basketball Guide, 1975-1976.
A cinematographical analysis of two pitchers. Graduate poster 
presentation, Greensboro, 1984.
A history of the Department of Physical Education at Winthrop College. 
Unpublished Master’s thesis, 1973.


  • B.S. Winthrop University, Physical Education
  • M.S. University of North Carolina-Greensboro
  • Physical Education Doctoral Study, University of North Carolina- Greensboro, Exercise Science