Faculty Profile

Celest Weuve, PhD, ATC, CSCS, LAT, Chair, Department of Athletic Training, Director, Athletic Training Program, Associate Professor of Athletic Training

Phone: 423.869.6840
Office: Math and Natural Sciences Building – Room 311

Education and Background

    Academic History
    PhD in Athletic Training, 2012
    Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
    Provo, UT
    Dissertation Topic: Workplace Bullying in Athletic Training: Experiences and Perceptions of Collegiate Certified Athletic Trainers

    Masters of Science, 1998
    Springfield College
    Springfield, MA
    Sports Injury Prevention & Management
    Thesis Topic: The Differences in Stress and Narrowing of Peripheral Vision Between Injured and Uninjured Athletes

    Bachelor of Arts, 1995
    Buena Vista University
    Storm Lake, IA
    Major: Athletic Training
    Minor: Biology

    Employment History
    2003-2012 Assistant Professor
    Clinical Coordinator
    Program Director
    Nicholls State University
    Thibodaux, LA

    1999-2003 Instructor/Athletic Trainer
    Southern Union State Community College
    Waldley, AL

    1998-1999 Athletic Trainer
    Hughston Sports Medicine Foundation
    Columbus, GA

    1998- 1999 Athletic Trainer
    Georgia Pride Women's Pro Softball
    Columbus, GA

Research and Teaching Areas

    Research Interests
    - Workplace Bullying in AT
    - Interpersonal Conflicts

    Teaching Specialties
    - Musculoskeletal Anatomy and
    Palpation Techniques
    - Evaluation of Athletic Injuries
    - Pharmacology for the AT
    - Medical Conditions in the
    Physically Active
    - Administration of AT

Scholarly Highlights

    Invited Speaker: 2014 National Athletic Trainers' Association Annual Symposia & AT Expo - Indianapolis, IN

    Articles Published / In Press

    Criminal Background Checks: Part One – Implications on Employment
    Published: September 2008 – Athletic Therapy Today.

    Criminal Background Checks: Part Two – Implications on Education
    Published: September 2008 – Athletic Therapy Today.

    A Review of Workplace Bullying with Implications for Athletic Training Occupational and Educational Settings
    Published: September 2013 - International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training.

    Experiences With Workplace Bullying Among Athletic Trainers in the Collegiate Setting
    In Press: Journal of Athletic Training.

    Perceptions of Workplace Bullying Among Athletic Trainers in the Collegiate Setting
    In Press: Journal of Athletic Training.

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