Associate Professor of Athletic Training and Health Sciences/Athletic Training Education Program Director

  • Science Center - 109
  • Health Sciences/MAT Department
  • (573) 288-6000 Ext. 6534
  • jhoffman@culver.edu

Position

Dr. Jay Hoffman joined the Culver-Stockton faculty in August 2008 as an assistant professor of athletic training. After serving from 2012-15 as the athletic training program director and an assistant professor of health and movement science at Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa, he returned to Culver-Stockton in 2015.

Hoffman develops and teaches athletic training courses on explorations, medical aspects, health assessment, health practicum, Kinesio taping and fitness assessment. He is the chair of the athletic training and health services department and the director of the athletic training education program.

He was the recipient of the Walter S. Reuling Faculty Prize for Innovation in Student Learning in 2010, and he was the recipient of the President's Award for exemplary service to the college in 2019. He was selected by the Mid-America Athletic Trainers Association to receive its Athletic Training Educator of the Year Award for 2020. Members of the MAATA are from Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma and South Dakota.

Hoffman, a native of Marion, Iowa, previously worked as an assistant professor of kinesiology at Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, Texas, and as an athletic training instructor at Graceland. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association, the Mid-America Athletic Trainers Association and the Missouri Athletic Trainers Society, for which he serves as secretary on the executive committee.

Hoffman lives in Canton with his wife and their two boys.

Education

2000 -- B.S.S., Physical Education, Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa
2002 -- M.S., Sport Management, Illinois State University, Normal, Ill.
2006 -- D.H.Sc., Health Science, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Associate Professor of Athletic Training and Health Sciences/Athletic Training Education Program Director

Jay Hoffman

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