Jaclyn Schwieterman

Associate Professor
Director of Athletic Training
M.Ed-College Student Personnel Administration, University of West Florida (2009); BS-Athletic Training, Ohio University (2007)
Year Appointed
Fall 2019
  • No "I" in Healthcare
  • Therapeutic Rehabilitation
Spring 2020
  • Practical Biomechanics
  • Applied Nutrition


Jaclyn is the Chair of the Department of Athletic Training and Sports Medicine and Program Director of the Athletic Training Program. As a dually appointed employee, Jaclyn's time is spent both in the classroom and working clinically.

As an Associate Professor, Jaclyn typically teaches four classes a semester. She enjoys teaching students and seeing them utilize what they learn in the classroom and in their clinical assignments. Some of the courses she teaches are First Year Seminar, Upper and Lower Evaluation, Nutrition, and Therapeutic Rehabilitation. Along with teaching, Jaclyn also serves as an advisor for the athletic training major. Jaclyn also likes to take students to area conferences. In the past, she has taken students to the Ohio Athletic Conference Symposium, Ohio Athletic Trainers Association Symposium and the Southeast Athletic Trainers Student Symposium.

As an athletic trainer, Jaclyn primarily works with Men’s’ Basketball. In this position, Jaclyn utilizes evidence-based medicine with prevention protocols, treatment, and rehab with her athletes while striving for patient-centered care. Prior to becoming the Program Director, Jaclyn worked with the men’s soccer, basketball, crew, golf, and tennis teams.

Studying abroad has always been an interest of Jaclyn. In 2013, Jaclyn was able to take the first-ever athletic training class to Australia. Prior to leaving, students took a course during the spring semester at Marietta College to prepare them for the experience. While in Australia, students met and learned from Dr. Jenny McConnell, a well-known sports medicine professional. Students were also able to see many sports venues including the site of the 2000 Summer Olympics and play Netball, a popular sport to the Australians. In 2015, the sports medicine study abroad class went to Ireland. Here students were able to see several college campuses and hear lectures from professors in the sports medicine fields. Students also experienced many sporting events and cultural attractions including the Cliffs of Moher and kissing the Blarney Stone. In May of 2018, Jaclyn took a group of 13 students to Australia with stops in Melbourne, Canberra, and Sydney. Jaclyn hopes to continue the study abroad experience for the athletic training program. These are experiences that the students will never forget and the knowledge and skills they learn are invaluable.

In 2016, Jaclyn was awarded the Harness Outstanding Educator Award honors. This award rewards faculty for their high level of commitment to the education of students inside and outside of the classroom.

Jaclyn completed her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training at Ohio University and her Master of Education degree at the University of West Florida. She is currently in the Doctor of Education Program with a specialization in Teaching and Learning at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences with anticipated completion in August of 2020.

For fun, Jaclyn likes to travel, visit family and friends, and be involved in sports.