Ph.D. Candidate, Lecturer, Physical Education Teacher Education
- University of Idaho, Doctor of Philosophy in Education, emphasis in Sport Pedagogy and Character Development, Anticipated December 2021
- Idaho State University, Master of Physical Education, Athletic Administration Emphasis, Graduation 2010
- Idaho State University, Bachelor of Science in Physical Education, Exercise Science Emphasis, Coaching Minor, Graduation 2008
Elaine Foster is a Ph.D. student in the Movement Sciences Department at the University of Idaho studying healthy active lifestyles with a focus on character and moral development in the Center for ETHICS*. Prior to her Ph.D. studies, Foster taught undergraduate courses at Idaho State University in sport management, physical education, and exercise science. She has given numerous presentations on a variety of topics surrounding physical activity and recreation. Foster has served on the SHAPE Idaho governing board in various capacities since 2011 and is currently serving as the past-president.
- Girls and Women in Sport and Physical Activity
- Subject Experiences and Physical Activity
- Aesthetic, Social, and Moral Meaning of Sport Uniforms
- Foster, E. (2020, Oct 8). Aesthetic, social, and moral meaning of sport uniforms. Western Society of Kinesiology and Wellness Conference, Virtual Meeting.
- Foster, E. (2020, July 1). Why we cannot cancel physically active play. Physical and Health Education America. https://www.pheamerica.org/2020/why-we-cannot-cancel-physically-active-play/
- Foster, E. & Appleby, K. M. (2015). Breaking barriers: Women’s centeredphysical education programming in higher education. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 86(6), 29 33.
- Appleby, K. M. & Foster, E. (2013). Gender and sport participation. In E. Roper (Ed.). Gender Relations in Sport. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishing.