Andrew M. Colombo-Dougovito, Ph.D., C.A.P.E

Andrew M. Colombo-Dougovito, Ph.D., C.A.P.E

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Dr. Andrew M. Colombo-Dougovito

Assistant Professor at UNT

Creator of the ADAPTED Project

(future)Host of the AcadeME Podcast

Vitae

About

Using a radical pragmatic lens, I use my expertise in mixed methodology to employ both qualitative and quantitative methods to examine the motor development patterns and physical activity behaviors of autistic individuals across their lifespan. Within this work, I explore the societal and environmental structures that influence physical activity engagement and skill development to ensure equal opportunities are provided to autistic individuals and their families.

Presently, I am an Assistant Professor at the University of North Texas. There, I also act as the Director of the Physical Activity & Motor Skills Program, the Director of the Disability & Movement Research lab, and a faculty liaison to the Kristin Farmer Autism Center. Additionally, I serve as Historian on the Board of Directors for the National Consortium for Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPEID) and as an editorial board member for, both, PALAESTRA and Revista de Sobama: Journal of the Brazilian Association of Adapted Motor Activity.

When not working, I can be found outside—mountain biking, climbing, hiking, and spending time with family.

Ongoing Projects

Ongoing Projects

Recent Publications

Publications

Recent Presentations

Presentations

Message

I'm always happy to discuss my work and am open to new collaborations or advocacy work, when time allows. If you have something in mind, I look forward to hearing from you.

If you're interested in me appearing on your podcast or in another media piece, check here for my Media Kit.

Newsletter

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