PEP 4890 - Cooperative Work Experience - Athletic Therapy majors
MSAT 6085, 6090 Research Methods II & III
MSAT 6450 Basic Rehabilitation
MSAT 6451 Advanced Rehabilitation
MSAT 6500 Introduction to Graduate Athletic Training
MSAT 6504 - Graduate Practicum IV
MSAT 6600 Administration and Management in Athletic Training
MSAT 6998 - BOC Exam Preparation
Graduate Athletic Training Students
Athletic Therapy majors
Marshall University Huntington, WV
Ed.D. Higher Education Administration
University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA
MEd Athletic Training
Alderson-Broaddus College Philippi, WV
BS Athletic Training
GRADUATE ATHLETIC TRAINING PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Weber State University
Higher Level Thinking
South Charleston, WV
Created, marketed, and distributed SimWriter Software
VOLUNTEER United States Olympic Training Center
Lake Placid, NY
Provide coverage for ski jumping, women's ice hockey men's volleyball, and luge.
University of Charleston
Provide coverage for Men's and Women's Soccer, Basketball, Crew, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball.
Taught coursework in CAAHEP accredited undergraduate athletic training program.
HOST SITE VOLUNTEER
ATHLETIC TRAINER Orlando Olympic Soccer-
Provided medical coverage for Olympic Soccer teams.
University of Virginia
Main responsibilities with Women's Soccer, Track and private patients.
HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER
Virginia Episcopal School
Covered all boys' and girls' sports including football, lacrosse, wrestling, basketball, soccer, field hockey, baseball, softball and track. Trained and supervised athletic training students.
Provided medical coverage for girls' and boys' soccer and baseball camps.
2012 Master of Science in Athletic Training Graduates
My husband, Tim, and I live in Ogden with our daughters, Isabelle and Jade. We moved to Utah from West Virginia in 2004. I am originally from Florida, but have lived all over the East coast. My husband is from Spokane, WA and also teaches Chemistry at Weber State. We all love the outdoors and have really enjoyed Utah's skiing, hiking, and wildlife.
I believe that a teacher must be a facilitator of learning and a motivating force that guides the student through the learning process and teaches the student the skills necessary to be a lifetime learner. This is accomplished by a variety of techniques described below. However, the most important ingredient in the learning process is the building of a personal relationship between a knowledgeable teacher and a student, such that individual student needs can be addressed on a personal level.
Teaching should be so much more than simply disseminating information. The role of a teacher is to be a facilitator of learning, allowing students to take responsibility for their education. Because students learn in such a variety of ways, teaching techniques must be varied to allow them multiple opportunities to grasp each major concept. While traditional lecturing is sometimes unavoidable, class discussions, group work, interactive technology, and independent discovery should predominate.
Vice-President, Utah Athletic Trainers' Association
Chair, Board of Certification Nominating Committee
Convention Program Committee, National Athletic Trainers' Association
Chair, Convention Program Committee, Rocky Mountain Athletic Trainers' Association
Board of Certification Board of Directors (2005-07)
Herzog VW, Ruden T, Hansen RA, Smith M, Berry D. Acclimitization to heat during preseason football practices at a Division I university: A pilot study. Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice. 2009;7(2).
Zimmerman EP, Herzog VW. Utilizing conflict resolution strategies to improve relationships with clinical instructors. Athletic Therapy Today. 2009;14(4) (in press).
Herzog VW, Zimmerman EP. Transformational leadership and building relationships with clinical instructors. Athletic Therapy Today. 2009;14(3):39-41(in press).
Herzog VW, Anderson D, Starkey C. Increasing freshmen applications in the secondary admissions process. Athletic Training Education Journal; 2008; 2: 67-74.
Herzog, VW, Smith, M, Ruden, T, & Hohn E. Preseason Football Conditioning Research Project. Awarded $3,000 Hemingway New Faculty Grant from the Weber State University Research, Scholarship, and Professional Growth Committee.
Herzog, VW, Prisk, D. Student Retention in Undergraduate Athletic Training Education Programs. Poster Presentation at the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Educator’s Conference. Montgomery, TX.
Herzog, VW. Sunrise-Sunset. Presented at General Session at the 2004 National Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia. Baltimore, MD Invited Speaker
Herzog, VW. (July 30, 2004) Sunrise, Sunset. Presented at the Board of Certification Regulatory Conference. Salt Lake City, UT. Invited Speaker.
Herzog V. (May 17, 2003) Pregnancy and Competitive Athletics. Presented at Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting. Virginia Beach, VA Invited Speaker.
Herzog V. Scenario-Based Testing for Allied Health Professionals. Athletic Therapy Today. March 2003; 8(2): 50-51.
Herzog VW. Exercising for Two. Advance for Directors in Rehabilitation. Feb. 2003; 12(2): 53-58.
Herzog VW. (June 15, 2002) Pregnancy and Competitive Athletics. Presented as a minicourse at the 2002 National Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia. Dallas, TX Invited Speaker.
Herzog VW. (March 23, 2001) The Pregnant Athlete. Presented at the 2001 West Virginia Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Sports Medicine Conference, hosted by HealthSouth, Parkersburg, WV. Invited Speaker.
Ansoleaga E, Wirth VJ. Microcurrent Electrical Stimulation May Reduce Clinically Induced Mild Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness. Journal of Athletic Training. 34(2): 1999. (Published Abstract) Also presented as a poster at the 1999 National Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia.
Wirth VJ. (March 26, 1999) Theories of Pain Modulation Using Electrical Stimulation for Low Back Pathology. Presented at the 1999 West Virginia Athletic Trainers Association Annual Sports Medicine Conference, hosted by West Virginia Wesleyan College, Buckhannon, WV. Invited Speaker.
Wirth VJ, Van Lunen B, Mistry D, Saliba E, McCue FC. Temperature Changes in Deep Muscles of Humans During Upper and Lower Extremity Exercise.Journal of Athletic Training. 33(3): 1998.
Wirth VJ, Gieck J. Growth Hormone: Myths and Misconceptions. J Sport Rehab. 1996; 5(3)
Awarded the John A. Lindquist Award for ongoing commitment to mentoring WSU students in learning through community involvement.
Awarded the National Athletic Trainers' Association Service Award
Awarded the West Virginia Athletic Trainer of the Year Award
Elected as President of the West Virginia Athletic Trainers' Association
NATA Postgraduate Scholarship Award
University of Virginia Southern Women’s Scholarship Recipient
Honors Program and Cum Laude graduate Alderson-Broaddus College