Carroll Professor Earns NSCA 2023 Journal of Strength and Conditioning Excellence Award

Author: Tim Muma

Published Date: 7/18/2023

Categories: Faculty and Staff Sport Physiology and Performance Coaching University News

Photograph of Dr. Suchomel and his wife, Shana McKeever.
The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) selected Dr. Tim Suchomel, Ph.D., CSCS, *D, RSCC, to receive the 2023 National Strength and Conditioning Association’s (NSCA) Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (JSCR) Editorial Excellence Award. The Carroll University associate professor of exercise science was presented this prestigious award at the 2023 NSCA National Conference Awards Banquet in Las Vegas on Friday, July 14.

“I am incredibly grateful to have been awarded the NSCA Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research Editorial Excellence Award this year. Providing service to an organization that does so much for me is an honor. Congratulations to the other award winners!”

The annual award is voted on by NSCA members, who are encouraged to nominate individuals who contribute greatly to the strength and conditioning industry. Suchomel has served the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) in various roles, including working as the Wisconsin State Director from 2017-2023, earning the 2019 NSCA State/Provincial Director of the Year Award.

On top of being an associate professor, Dr. Suchomel is the program director for the Sport Physiology and Performance Coaching graduate program at Carroll. In addition to his teaching, he is the Director of the university’s Sport Performance Institute and works as a human performance coach with several teams.

Dr. Suchomel continues to be extremely active in the sport performance industry, serving as a Research Committee member, Chair of the Sport Science and Performance Technology Special Interest Group, and a Senior Associate Editor and Associate Editor for the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research and Strength and Conditioning Journal, respectively. He also puts on an annual virtual conference with Carroll and several hundred registered attendees.

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