Bonnie Goodwin | Capital University


  • Bonnie Goodwin

    Assistant Professor of Health and Sports Sciences


    Health and Sports Sciences
    Battelle Hall


    • Biography

      Bonnie Goodwin wears many hats at Capital. She is department chair of Health and Sport Sciences, clinical coordinator of the athletic training program, assistant professor and student advisor. She teaches several courses within the athletic training curriculum, including therapeutic exercise, therapeutic modalities, administrative aspects of athletic training and clinical instruction.

      Goodwin joined the faculty at Capital 23 years ago. Prior to that, she spent three years teaching at Providence College in Rhode Island. Goodwin earned her undergraduate degree at Ohio University and a Master of Science in Exercise and Sport Sciences at the University of Florida. She has worked as an athletic trainer with the U.S. Women's Soccer Team, and she is a site visitor for the Commission on Accreditation for Athletic Training Education (CAATE).

      As department chair, Goodwin spends much of her time advising students, and she insists that her "door is always open." She's proud of the department's hands-on approach to learning, and its ability to match clinical placements with a student's personality and learning style.

    • Teaches

      Therapeutic Exercise
      Therapeutic Modalities
      Administrative Aspects of Athletic Training
      Clinical Instruction

    • Degrees

      Master of Science in Exercise and Sport Sciences, University of Florida
      Bachelor of Science, Ohio University