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Keith Owsley received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education/Health Education and Athletic Training from Murray State University in 1987. Keith then went on to receive his Master of Science degree in Athletic Training from Illinois State University in 1989.
Mr. Owsley has 30 years of clinical experience at various settings including clinical, high school, collegiate, and semi-professional levels. Additionally, he had a 16-year career as a firefighter/paramedic during which time he also received a Bachelor of Science degree in Fire Science Management from Southern Illinois University Carbondale in 1997.
Keith’s area of interest includes acute emergency care in athletic training, as well as critical incident stress management, which both are areas he has presented on at various local, state, and national conferences. Mr. Owsley is also co-chair of the Wisconsin Athletic Trainers Association Critical Incident Stress Management Team. He joined Marquette University as Clinical Assistant Professor and Clinical Education Coordinator in the Department of Exercise Science and Athletic Training in the fall of 2017.