Steve Tucker

Steve Tucker, PhD, LAT, ATC

Associate Professor and Chair

Farris Center 120C

(501) 450-5702


Steve Tucker received his BS in athletic training from Valparaiso University and his MS and PhD in exercise science with a specialization in biomechanics and anatomy from The University of Toledo. Dr. Tucker’s research interests focus on the biomechanics of chronic shoulder injuries. In particular, he is interested in the kinematics and muscle activation of the shoulder complex during rehabilitation exercises and functional activities in overhead athletes. He is a certified athletic trainer and licensed in the state of Arkansas.


Tucker – Curriculum Vitae


Courses Taught:

KPED 3331 – Care/Prev Exer/Sports Injuries

KPED 3351 – Eval Techs Lower Extremities

KPED 3354 – Eval Techs Upper Extremities

KPED 4320 – Meas/Eval Human Performance

KPED 5371 – Special Topics

KPED 5331 – Care/Prev Exer/Sports Injuries

KPED 6300 – Independent Study in KPED

KPED 6360 – Measurement in Health/Kines/PE