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Michael S. Weller

Mike Weller, EdD, AT, ATC

Program Director - Master of Athletic Training Program; Associate Professor of Athletic Training; Dean, School of Allied Health and Psychology


Dr. Weller serves as the Dean of the School of Allied Health and Psychology. He is a certified and licensed athletic trainer and has practiced clinically since 1995. He arrived at Cedarville University in 2010 and served as the Program Director for the CAATE accredited undergraduate athletic training program and then the Master of Athletic Training program until 2024. Dr. Weller currently serves as an Associate Professor of Athletic Training.

Education and Credentials

  • EdD, Capella University
  • MS, Ohio University
  • BA, Capital University

Scholarly Works

  • "Risk Factors for Concussion in Collegiate NCAA Division II Men's and Women's Soccer Athletes" (Isaac S. Beckler and Michael S. Weller) The Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences (2016)
  • "College Football Athletes' Knowledge and Reporting of Concussion Symptoms" (A. Burley, E. Goodwin and Michael S. Weller) Kinesiology and Allied Health Faculty Publications (2010)
  • "Use of MedX Phototherapy on Multiple Graft Transplants Following Ankle Arthroscopy and Subsequent Infection" (W. Springer, E. Goodwin, L. Howard, et al. Kinesiology and Allied Health Faculty Publications (2007)
  • "Management of Traumatic Athletic Injuries: The ATC's Role" (Michael S. Weller) Kinesiology and Allied Health Faculty Publications (2002)
  • "Common Spine Boarding Practices in the Athletic Setting: A Survey of Athletic Trainers and Athletic Training Students" (Jamie Lynne Field and Michael S. Weller) The Research and Scholarship Symposium (2018)

View a listing of scholarly works in the Cedarville University Digital Commons ยป


  • Spending time with family
  • Watching favorite sports teams
  • Serving in the local church

Expert Topics

Orthopedic injury assessment, concussion assessment and management, and general medical conditions.

Why Cedarville?

I love the opportunity to work with our students and faculty to grow professionally, personally, and spiritually.  Cedarville is a unique institution in that we can disciple our students as we help them become competent healthcare professionals.