Nicole Glasgow began working at Sterling College in the Fall of 2012. Nicole grew up in Michigan and came to Sterling College as a graduate assistant athletic trainer after completing her B.S. in Athletic Training from Indiana Wesleyan University. Following the completion of her M.S. in Health and Human Performance through Fort Hays State University, Nicole stayed on as a full-time staff and faculty member working in the Athletic Training Department and teaching in athletic training, health science, and exercise science. Nicole now serves as the Clinical Education Coordinator for the Athletic Training Program. She is passionate about mentoring and developing students into the best future healthcare professionals, leaders, and Christ-followers they can be. Currently, Nicole is pursuing her PhD in Health Sciences from the University of South Dakota with research interests in professional well-being, burnout, career meaning, and profession advocacy and development.
ABD – PhD in Health Science from the University of South Dakota
M.S. in Health and Human Performance from Fort Hays State University
B.S. in Athletic Training from Indiana Wesleyan University