|Father*||Milton Irving Culpepper Jr. (14 Jun 1929 - 27 Nov 2016)|
|Mother*||Betty Jean Wimpee|
|Cynthia Ann Langner|
|Charts||Joseph Culpepper of Morgan Co., GA: Descendant Chart|
|Last Edited||1 Mar 2010|
- Michael I. Culpepper, Ed.D., Faculty Member, United States Sports Academy
Dr. Culpepper has had a successful career of teaching, coaching, training, and research. He earned his Ed. D. in Health, Physical Education and Recreation at the University of Alabama in 1981. He has a master’s in physiology/biophysics from the University of Alabama in Birmingham and a bachelor’s degree in biology/chemistry from UAB. Dr. Culpepper also has a certificate of advanced study in education from UAB and a State of Alabama Certification in Educational Administration from the University of Montevallo. Dr. Culpepper has been associated with the United States Sports Academy since 1987 and has taught the Academy’s Sport Coaching Certification Program in Thailand and Malaysia. He has coached softball, basketball, football, tennis, and baseball and officiated in football and baseball. He has worked as a consultant and an assistant professor in the areas of health, physical therapy, and biomechanics and is a widely-published researcher in areas related to sports medicine.
- Who’s Who in the South & Southwest, 19th Ed., 1984 - 1985, Chicago, Illinois: Marquis-Who's Who, 1984, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN 973 D36ws 19 ed.
Michael Irving Culpepper. Researcher, educator, b. Mobile, Ala., 1951; s. Milton Irving Culpepper, Jr (also in Who's Who). and Betty Jean (Wimpee) Culpepper; m. Cynthia Ann Langner, 11 Mar 1972; children--Amber Joy, Amy Celeste, Amanda Kaye. Student Auburn U., 1969-71; B.S., U. Ala., Birmingham, 1973, M.S., 1975, C.A.S.E., 1978; Ed. D., U. Ala., 1981. Cert. tchr., Ala. Asst. lab. technician div. orthopaedic surgery U. Ala., Birmingham, 1971-72, lab. asst., 1972-73, research technician, 1973-74, research asst., 1974-75, research assoc., 1975-81, instr. stats., biomechanics/kinesiology, 1981-; dir. research Kerner-Quarterback Sports Medicine Inst., Children's Hosp., Birmingham, 1982-; lectr. to orgns. on sports medicine and health care. Athletic trainer Chelsea High Sch. (Ala.); bd. dirs. Dixie Softball Inc., Central Shelby League; chmn. long-range planning com. Chelsea Youth Club. Recipient M. Ray Loree research award U. Ala. Tuscaloosa 1981. Mem. Ala. Acad. Sci., Am. Alliance Health Phys. Edn., Recreation and Dance. Am. Coll. Sports Medicine (chpt. membership com.), Nat. Athletic Trainers Assn., Soc. for Biomaterials, Sigma Xi, Kappa Delta Pi. Baptist. Contbr. articles to profl. jours.; developer U. Ala., Birmingham sports injury/illness data storage and retrieval system. Home: Route 1 Box 127-J Chelsea AL 35043 Office: Kerner Quarterback Sports Medicine Inst Children's Hosp 1600 7th Ave S Birmingham AL 35233.