Dr. Michelle Bartlett

Michelle Bartlett

Associate Professor of Sports and Exercise Science

Office: Virgil Henson Activities Center 232
Phone: 806-651-2686

Professional Profile

Dr. Bartlett joined the Sports and Exercise Science Dept within the College of Nursing & Health Sciences in 2009. She received a B.S. in both Biology & Psychology from Syracuse University in 2003, an M.S. in Sport & Exercise Psychology from West Virginia University in 2006, and an M.A. in Community Counseling from West Virginia University in 2009. She completed her Ph.D. in Sport & Exercise Psychology in 2009 also from West Virginia University. She is a Certified Mental Performance Consultant ®  (CMPC).

Teaching and Related Service

Dr. Bartlett teaches undergraduate Sport Sociology, Exercise Psychology, Sport Psychology, Psychology of Injury and graduate Sport Psychology and Sociological Analysis of Sport.

She founded and directed the WTAMU faculty and staff wellness program, WellWT, from 2013-2018. Additional professional service includes supervising the experiential hours of future CMPCs and serving on various committees for the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP).

Research and Creative Activity

Her research interests include the anger, trauma, and sexual assault in sport, as well as professional issues in sport psychology supervision. Dr. Bartlett also has written book chapters and encyclopedia entries on anger and aggression in sport, managing arousal levels in sport, and on trauma in sport.