Head Athletic Trainer; Lecturer in Exercise Science
Chris Brown graduated from Wingate University with a degree in athletic training and George Washington University with a degree in Exercise Physiology. He is currently finishing his Doctorate of Philosophy in Athletic Training at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in Provo, Utah. After previous work in Miami, FL at Barry University he is now Sterling's Head Athletic Trainer and a Lecturer in the Exercise Science department.
As stated by Coles, "Coming back to Sterling College has been a dream of mine since the day after I graduated. I will get the chance to work with individuals that I consider mentors and friends...In the past year I have become more educated in the research field of AT, and I am very excited about using my new position to inspire SC students to be the best they can be."
I provide athletic training services for the volleyball and softball team. I am currently working on prerequisites in order to apply to physician's assistant school in the near future. I also enjoy jogging, watching movies, baking, shopping and rooting for the Iowa Hawkeyes.
Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Indiana Wesleyan University
Assistant Professor of Athletic Training; Clinical Coordinator; Co-Chair of the Exercise Science Department
Erin began working at SC in the fall of 2007. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Education from Northcentral University. She and her husband Wes just welcomed their first child, Avery, to their family in December 2012.
Graduate of Saint Joseph's College in 2005 with a B.S. in Biology
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2007 with an M.S. in Health and Human Performance
Director of Athletic Training; Associate Professor of Exercise Science; Co-Chair of the Exercise Science Department; Associate Dean
With career goals that could be met all in one place, Pete found himself happily working at Sterling College as the Program Director of the Athletic Training Program. Pete finds himself loving Sterling for the reason that, "It's all about the people. I am passionate about my students and take pride in the "Family" created at SC in our ATEP." Pete was named NAIA ATA Athletic Trainer of the Year for the 2010-2011 academic year. He loves working with the faculty and staff that are such an incredible support group. Pete enjoys many activities in his free time including music, reading, eating out, and cooking out with friends. His hometown is Lebanon, KS.