Embrace all that happens in the next four years.
I returned to my alma mater after living in the Indianapolis and Chicago areas for three years. I wanted to be back in an environment where I could freely express my faith as well as interact with the students and student athletes. I truly enjoy seeing the personal transformation and growth that occurs both inside and outside the classroom over four years.
Golfing, fishing, technology, and spending time with my family
Professor Amy Stucky has over 16 years of higher education experience in a variety of areas, such as teaching, student life, athletic training, and administration. While at Taylor University, she has held such positions such as assistant hall director, assistant athletic trainer, assistant professor of physical education, and human performance and associate athletic director. Stucky has assisted with several key areas of growth within the Intercollegiate Athletic Department, such as an IA Comprehensive Review in 2007-08 and formation of the TU Athletic Report Card and strategic growth plan. She serves both as faculty and athletic representative on the University Assessment Council. Stucky also serves nationally on the NAIA Gender Equity Committee.