Master of Athletic Training Faculty: Dr. Corrie Struble

What is your role at Campbell?
I am an assistant professor and the clinical coordinator of education for the new Master of Athletic Training program and the undergraduate Athletic Training program.

What are your research interests?
I have a passion for Athletic Training Clinical Education and Assessment. I’m also interested in Interprofessional Education in healthcare and mental health care plans. I am also dedicated to engaging students in research.

What have you gained from working at Campbell?
Campbell University makes everyone feel at home. The faculty, students and staff are welcomed here immediately. I have gained valuable colleagues, wise mentors, and lifelong relationships with alumni.

What are the accomplishments, passions, and experiences that you bring to the Campbell family?
I bring a unique Public Health perspective to the Athletic Training program. I am also a native of this area. I attended my own grandmother’s graduation on academic circle when I was a child. My love of NC and my passion for this field comes through in my teaching.

What is your educational experience?
I have a PhD in Public Health, specifically Health Promotion Educational and Behavior from the University of SC, a Master of Kinesiology from Georgia Southern, and a Bachelor of Athletic Training from Boston University.