Meet your professors.
Dr. Tina Claiborne
Dr. Claiborne serves as an Assistant Professor, and is the Director of the Athletic Training program. Dr. Claiborne came to Adrian College as the Program Director of Athletic Training in the fall of 2007. She earned her B.S. degree in Athletic Training at Ithaca College, and her M.S. and PhD degrees in clinical kinesiology and biomechanics from The University of Toledo. Prior to coming to Adrian College, Dr. Claiborne was the Athletic Training Education program Director at the University of Southern Maine. Before becoming an educator, Dr. Claiborne accumulated over 8 years as a clinical athletic trainer in private and public high schools, as well as in the orthopedic sports rehabilitation setting. Dr. Claiborne is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
Dr. Adam Coughlin
Dr. Coughlin is an Assistant Professor, as well as the Director of the Exercise Science and Physical Education program. The Exercise Science and Physical Education program works in conjunction with the Combined B.S./M.S. in Exercise Science and Athletic Training degree program. The five year program, which is outlined here, combines requirements so students leave with two degrees. Dr. Coughlin earned his PhD from Michigan State University. He specializes in genetics, fibrinolysis, exercise, coagulation and cardiac rehabilitation.
Professor David Coy
Dr. Coy is a Professor of Accountancy and Business. You can find out more about the program here. Professor Coy is a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Management Accountant. He is also a Merit Key Recipient from Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity and Past Province Archon. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Michigan Association of CPA’s, the Institute of Management Accountants, the American Accounting Association and the Society of Financial Service Professionals. Professor Coy specializes in personal financial planning, not-for-profit entities, managerial cost accounting and financial accounting.
Professor Nathan Goetting
Nathan Goetting is an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Jurisprudence and Chair of the Department of Sociology & Criminal Justice. He serves as Editor-in-Chief of National Lawyers Guild Review, to which he regularly contributes writings, and also sits on the Academic Freedom Committee of the Society of American Law Teachers. He writes and teaches in the areas of constitutional law, civil liberties and critical legal studies.
Dr. Paul Rupert
Dr. Rupert is an Assistant Professor in the Chemistry program, more information can be found about the program here.