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EVENING CLASSES CANCELED

All classes will be canceled and all non-essential offices/services will be closed at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 13, due to the severe weather. Full details.  

Courtney Lewis, MS, AT, ATC

Assistant Professor

318R Porter Bldg
734.487.9135
clewis55@emich.edu

Education

Doctoral Candidate, Educational Leadership, Eastern Michigan University

M.S., Athletic Training, The University of Georgia

B.S., Athletic Training, University of Michigan

Professional Summary

Courtney joined the ATP in the fall of 2014 as an assistant professor. Her research interests include athletic training education and bridging the gap between classroom preparation and clinical experiences, as well as athletic training students “know how” versus “knowing why”. Prior to coming to EMU, Courtney worked as the graduate assistant athletic trainer for the University of Georgia Women’s Tennis Team, and has experience working with several other collegiate teams from her time at the University of Michigan. Courtney was the recipient of the Bob Ennis Outstanding Graduate Award (2011 and 2012) from the University of Georgia and the Outstanding Senior Student Athletic Trainer Award (2010) from the University of Michigan. She is certified in the Graston technique and is currently pursuing her PhD in Educational Leadership from Eastern Michigan University.

Courses Taught

  • ATTR 225: Practicum I
  • ATTR 295: Assessment of Lower Body Injuries
  • ATTR 395: Advanced Topics in Athletic Training
  • UNIV 101: Introduction to the University

Selected Presentations and/or Publications

  • McCormick, C. (Lewis). (2014) Athletic Training Students’ Perceptions of Preceptors and Clinical Rotations, MAPEA
  • McCormick, C. (Lewis). (2013) Identifying Gaps in Athletic Training Education, Graduate Research Fair Eastern Michigan University 
  • McCormick, C. (Lewis). (2009) MATS Student Committee Presentation, Michigan Athletic Trainer’s Society

Additional Information

The Athletic Training Program is part of the School of Health Promotion & Human Performance, 318 Porter Building, 734.487.0090