The Entry-level Master's program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Athletic Training Education (CAATE).
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Kim Moncel, a Superior Wisconsin native, was hired in Jan. of 2018 to serve as the Clinical Education Coordinator/Instructor in the Athletic Training program at The College of St. Scholastica. Kim served as the Head Athletic Trainer at CSS from 1999-2014 and also as an outreach athletic trainer for Essentia Health from 1997-present. In addition to her role as a college ATC, Kim spends her summers serving as a Certified Athletic Trainer for Team USA. Working with the USA Women's Baseball Team since 2005, USA Team Handball from 2010-2015 and USA Para Track since 2013. Kim also served on the medical staff for Team USA at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London England.
In addition to her Clinical Coordinator role Kim also teaches Health Care Administration, Therapeutic Intervention, Special Topics and Clinical classes.
Todd Neuharth joined The College of St. Scholastica in January 2014 as an assistant professor and currently serves as program director and department chair of the CAATE accredited professional master's degree program-the first of its kind in Minnesota. He was previously at Norwich University where he served as Program Director and Department Chair for 12 years. Todd has been responsible for the initial academic accreditation of two athletic training programs and the successful re-accreditation of Norwich’s program. As a clinician, Todd was Head Athletic Trainer at the University of Minnesota, Morris for 7 years and prior to that served as program director of the sports medicine/orthopedic department in a large multi-specialty clinic in Montana.
Professor Neuharth is a certified member of the NATA, a registered athletic trainer in the state of Minnesota, an American Heart Association instruction, an Impact Trained Athletic Trainer and a Certified Health Education Specialist. He has served on various committees at the state and national level; including serving as an accreditation site visitor and member of the CAATE Annual Report Committee and Site Visit Review Committee.
Dr. Kenji Sudoh serves as the Medical Director for the Department of Athletic Training. He is also co-team physician for CSS athletics and has been with Duluth Clinic Department of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine since 2006.
A graduate of the University of Minnesota Medical School, he served his residency with the Duluth Family Practice Center and his fellowship at Hennepin County Medical Center. He is board certified in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine.