Corrie M ReedDH:Kinesiology, Health, and Recreation; Assistant Professor College of Human Sciences and Educational Studies
- Bachelor of Science, Animal Science (Range and Wildlife Management/Criminal Justice), Angelo State University, 2001
- Master of Science, Kinesiology, Angelo State University, 2003
- Doctorate, Sport Management (Business Administration), Texas Woman’s University, In Process
Corrie Reed, assistant professor of fitness and sport sciences, is a graduate of Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas, where she earned the Bachelor of Science degree in animal science with a double minor in criminal justice and range and wildlife management. She also earned a Master of Science in degree kinesiology from Angelo State University.
Currently, Reed is writing her doctoral dissertation titled “Factors Influencing Professional Team Sport Attendance Among Hispanics” through the sport management Ph.D. program at Texas Woman’s University.
Reed has worked in numerous municipal recreation departments across the state of Texas and remains active in the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation, Texas Recreation and Parks Society, and the American Red Cross. She serves as the director of the Polk-Key City Girls Basketball Classic.
She and her husband, Edgar, who is also a faculty member in the HSU Fitness & Sport Science Department, are members of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Abilene.