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Paul Haas


Paul Haas is an assistant professor in the School of Education with his main area of focus being secondary and adapted physical education where he has been the coordinator for the Swim and Gym Friday Program for several years. He is also teaching 200-level courses in the physical education major emphasized on fitness and activity.

Paul has spent most of his adult life in Stevens Point earning his bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from UW-Stevens Point. During his undergrad he majored in physical education and minored in adventure education. After he earned his undergrad he then worked as the graduate assistant while earning his Master’s in Education – General. During his graduate studies, Paul focused on areas of health education and adapted physical education. Paul completed his doctorate in Kinesiology from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro in 2023.

Paul currently lives in Plover with his wife Vicky, two children Owen and Claire, and two golden retrievers, Lambeau and Pawz. He is an avid hunter and fisherman, and enjoys spending his summers working with the Stevens Point Area Public School District on providing movement camps and activity opportunities for grades K-8.

Paul Haas
Assistant Professor - Physical Education

138 Marshfield Clinic Health System Champions Hall


Ed.D. in Kinesiology
University of North Carolina-Greensboro, 2023

M.S. in Education-General
UW-Stevens Point, 2014

B.S. in Physical Education
UW-Stevens Point, 2010


PEX 400 - Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities
PEX 401 - Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities
PHED 200 - Professional Teaching Skills I
PHED 201 - Professional Teaching Skills II
PHED 205 - Fundamental Swim Skills for Physical Education
PHED 215 - Rhythmic Fundamentals
PHED 302 - Teaching Adventure Education
PHED 428 - Teaching Middle and Secondary Physical Education