2019 News Stories
Associate Professor receives 2019 Nutritional Research Achievement Award from National Strength and Conditioning Association
TAMPA, Fla. (July 22, 2019) – College of Education Associate Professor Bill Campbell, PhD, was recognized as the 16th recipient of the 2019 Nutritional Research Achievement Award by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
Dr. Campbell received the award in celebration of his scholarship in sports nutrition research at the 42nd Annual NSCA National Conference in Washington, DC. Founded in 1978, the NSCA is an international nonprofit professional association dedicated to supporting strength and conditioning professionals in the advancement of their careers. This award is the highest honor for a sports nutrition researcher in the profession.
Dr. Campbell’s research is focused on improving exercise performance and enhancing physique through the synergism of resistance exercise, nutrition, and dietary supplements. In addition to his teaching responsibilities at both the undergraduate and graduate level in USF’s Exercise Science Program, Dr. Campbell is also the Director of the USF Performance and Physique Enhancement Laboratory, where his research team strives to help people optimize their physiques within a maintainable lifestyle.
As a researcher and author, Dr. Campbell has published more than 150 scientific papers and abstracts related to sports nutrition and physique enhancement. He is also a fellow of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, where he also served as the organization’s past President.