Faculty Bio

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Bill Nowlan, M.Ed.Assistant Professor of Sport Management Office: Wass Hall
Tel: 617-243-2262
Email: bnowlan@lasell.edu

Department: Sport Management

Degrees: M.Ed. in Athletic Injury Management, Springfield College; B.S. in Physical Education concentrating in Athletic Training, Springfield College

Biography:
Bill Nowlan's academic interests include labor relations in sports, the psychological impact of athletic injuries, and pedagogical applications within athletic training. He has taught a wide variety of coursework within allied health, specifically athletic training and sports conditioning, along with sociological and ethical applications within sport and sport management. He has spoken at the National Athletic Trainers' Association national conference as well as various other regional and state conferences. He has also published articles relating to Emergency Preparedness for Athletic Therapists and considerations for employment within the field of sports medicine. Bill Nowlan is a nationally-certified and state-licensed athletic trainer, along with being a nationally certified strength and conditioning specialist. He is currently the Treasurer for the Athletic Trainers' of Massachusetts, and a member of the North American Society for Sport Management.

What do you like about teaching at Lasell College?
"I enjoy working alongside the students as they explore new techniques and gain a further understanding of the physically active and the problems they may encounter. I have enjoyed working at Lasell because of the smaller class sizes which have allowed us to work more closely with the students and give them more individualized attention."

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