Director, Athletic Training Education Program and Assistant Athletic Trainer
Campus Phone: Ext. 5735
Campus Mail: P.O. Box 5119
Office: Niswonger Commons 111
Campus or Site Location: Greeneville
Tom Stueber is beginning his second year as the Faculty Athletics Representative at Tusculum College and his sixth as Assistant Athletic trainer. He is also starting his second year as Director of the Athletic Training Education Program at Tusculum.
The faculty athletics representative (FAR) at Tusculum is a member of the faculty or administrative staff who is designated by the president to represent the institution and its faculty in the institution’s relationships with the NCAA and the South Atlantic Conference. The FAR is active in maintaining the academic integrity within the athletics program, assisting with the overall student-athlete well-being as well as assists with the institutional control of the athletics program.
Stueber, a native of Pine Bush, N.Y, came to Tusculum from William Woods University in Fulton, Mo., where he served as Athletic Training Education Program Director since 1998.
At Tusculum, he is the certified athletic trainer for the sports of men and women’s tennis, while also serving as an assistant professor in Athletic Training Education Program.
While in Missouri, he also worked at the Capital Region Medical Center in Jefferson City where he provided sports medicine out-reach services.
From 1994-98, he was a clinical athletic trainer at the Healthworks division of the Audrian Medical Center in Mexico, Mo.
In 1993, he was an adjunct faculty member at Shawnee State University in Portsmouth, Ohio. Prior to that, he served as a clinical athletic trainer with the Scott Orthopedic Center in Huntington, W.Va.
Stueber is a 1989 graduate of Marshall University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training. He followed that with a Masters degree from Ohio University in 1992.
While at Ohio, he served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer. In the summer of 1991, he was an athletic trainer with the Newburgh Raiders Minor-Professional Football Team in New York.
Stueber is certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and is a clinical instructor educator with the NATA Educational Council.
He has taken American Red Cross Instructor Training in CPR for the Professional Rescuer and Community First Aid & Safety.
He is a member of the Tennessee Athletic Trainers Society and a former member of the Missouri Athletic Trainers Association. He is also a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity.
In 2004, he was the recipient of a Presidential Citation for significant contribution to academic life at William Woods University.
Stueber is married to the former Rhonda “Ronnie” Brady of Weirton, W.Va. and they are the proud parents of one son Tanner, 14, and two daughters, Sydney, 14, and Zoe, 8.