The School of Health Sciences Search Committee is seeking to fill faculty positions for the fall of 2014 and 2015. As we develop and commence each of the four Phase I School of Health Sciences programs we will be adding qualified mission fit faculty to implement the programs. Listed below are the faculty and consultants that are currently engaged in writing curriculum, working with accreditation, teaching, and preparing to teach in the Master of Public Health, Master of Science in Athletic Training, Doctor of Physical Therapy, and Occupational Therapy Doctoral programs.

Scott McPhee, MS, MPA, DrPH, FAOTA
Dean, School of Health Sciences

Chris Miller
Administrative Assistant to the Dean

Doug Morris, PhD, OTR/L
Associate Professor and Chair
Occupational Therapy Program

Melissa Khosla, MS, OTD, OTR/L
Assistant Professor and Academic Fieldwork Coordinator
Occupational Therapy Program

Rachel Timmons, OTD, OTR/L
Assistant Professor
Occupational Therapy Program

Nate Foster, PhD, ATC, LAT
Assistant Professor
Post-professional Athletic Training Program

Reginald Finger, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor
Public Health Program

Philip Renfroe, MD, MSPH
Assistant Professor
Public Health Program

Connie Crump, PT, DPT
Assistant Professor and Academic Clinical Coordinator
Physical Therapy Program

Pil-Woo Kim, MS, DC
Assistant Professor of Anatomy

R. Nathaniel Foster; PhD Associate Professor, SOHS nate.foster@indwes.edu


Nate received his bachelor's degree from IWU (2000) and master’s degree from Ohio University (2001) both in Athletic Training. Recently, Nate finished a psychology Ph.D. program at Capella University with emphasis in Sport Psychology.

Educational Background:

  • B.S., 2000, Indiana Wesleyan University
  • M.S.P.E., 2001, Ohio University
  • Ph.D., 2012, Capella University


  • Flow in Athletics (In the Zone)
  • Imagery in Athletics
  • Flow and Spirituality

Contact Info

School of Health Sciences

4201 S. Washington St.
Marion, IN 46953

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