Christine Miller

last updated 4/23/2018

Christine W. Miller

Head Athletic Trainer and Adjunct Professor at Lindsey Wilson College

Location:
210 Lindsey Wilson Street, Columbia, Kentucky, United States
HQ Phone:
(270) 384-2126

General Information

Experience

Assistant Professor - University of Florida

Associate Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator - Washington College

Athletic Trainer - Agility Physical Therapy

Associate Professor In the Entomology and Nematology Department - University of Florida , Gainesville

Assistant Professor - UF/IFAS

G.A. Athletic Trainer and Intern - Vaughn Motorwerks Inc

Flight Test Engineering Intern - Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation

Head Athletic Trainer - Fork Union Military Academy

G.A. Athletic Trainer and ACI - Lee University

Education

Florida

Lincoln College of Technology

B.A.Wesleyan University

Master's of Science degree - Health and Human Performance , University of Tennessee

doctorate - organismal biology and ecology , University of Montana

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Lindsey Wilson Athletics - Bio for Chris Miller

Chris Miller
Lindsey Wilson Athletics - Bio for Chris Miller Header Logo Chris Miller Chris Miller Head Athletic Trainer Chris Miller has served as the Lindsey Wilson College head athletic trainer since the summer of 2005. While Miller oversees every aspect of Blue Raider sports medicine, his primary sports for coverage are football, cycling, and men's basketball programs. In addition to his athletic training responsibilities, Miller serves the college as an adjunct professor in Exercise Physiology and Nutrition. Prior to Lindsey Wilson, Miller spent two years at Lee University as a graduate assistant while obtaining his Master's of Science degree in Health and Human Performance from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. At Lee, Miller's primary responsibilities were with the baseball and men's soccer teams as well as being an approved clinical instructor to Lee's newly developed undergraduate athletic training program. Prior to Lee, Miller spent one year on an internship/graduate assistant position for the 2002-03 season at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia, where he worked with the baseball and football teams. As a student at the University of Florida, Miller worked with football, tennis and baseball. In addition to his primary sports, Miller volunteered to work at women's soccer, volleyball and track & field competitions. In addition to his role with Florida, Miller also volunteered to help with the FHSAA state football and track & field championships as well as the Sunshine State and Pan- American games for track & field. Miller also volunteered his time to work with the University of Florida's wheelchair basketball team and with Special Olympics basketball. Miller graduated from Florida in 2002 and later completed his master's degree in health and human performance, advanced athletic training from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2005.

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Lindsey Wilson Athletics - Bio for Chris Miller

Chris Miller
Chris Miller Head Athletic Trainer Chris Miller has served as the Lindsey Wilson College head athletic trainer since the summer of 2005. While Miller oversees every aspect of Blue Raider sports medicine, his primary sports for coverage are football, cycling, and men's basketball programs. In addition to his athletic training responsibilities, Miller serves the college as an adjunct professor in Exercise Physiology and Nutrition. Prior to Lindsey Wilson, Miller spent two years at Lee University as a graduate assistant while obtaining his Master's of Science degree in Health and Human Performance from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. At Lee, Miller's primary responsibilities were with the baseball and men's soccer teams as well as being an approved clinical instructor to Lee's newly developed undergraduate athletic training program. Prior to Lee, Miller spent one year on an internship/graduate assistant position for the 2002-03 season at Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia, where he worked with the baseball and football teams. As a student at the University of Florida, Miller worked with football, tennis and baseball. In addition to his primary sports, Miller volunteered to work at women's soccer, volleyball and track & field competitions. In addition to his role with Florida, Miller also volunteered to help with the FHSAA state football and track & field championships as well as the Sunshine State and Pan- American games for track & field. Miller also volunteered his time to work with the University of Florida's wheelchair basketball team and with Special Olympics basketball. Miller graduated from Florida in 2002 and later completed his master's degree in health and human performance, advanced athletic training from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2005.

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