Associate Professor of Health Sciences
Associates Applied Business, Lakeland Community College, 1986
B.S. Management Science, Dyke College, 1987
Masters of Business Administration, Case Western Reserve University, 1989
Masters of Physician Assistant Sciences, Gannon University, 2009
Doctorate of Health Sciences, A.T. Still University, expected 2014
Joe Weber, MBA, MPAS, PA-C is the Director of the Physician
Assistant Program and Associate Professor of Health Sciences at Lake Erie
College. In addition, Weber has taught
at both Lock Haven University and Lakeland Community College. While at Lakeland Community College, Weber
received the 2012 Teaching Excellence award for his work instructing Anatomy
Professor Weber is an alumnus
of Lakeland Community College, graduating with an Associate of Applied Business
degree. He continued his education, graduating
summa cum laude with a Bachelor’s of Sciences Degree from Dyke College, a
Master’s of Business Administration from Case Western Reserve University, and a
Master’s of Physician Assistant Sciences degree from Gannon University. At Gannon University, he was inducted in
to Pi Alpha, graduated with honors, and received the Scholastic Excellence
Award for his graduating class. He will complete Doctorate of Health Sciences Degree in fall of 2014 from A.T.
Still University Arizona School of Health Sciences.
Professor Weber has served
on several committees at Lake Erie College, including the Strategic Planning
Committee, and the Faculty Development and Welfare committee. He has been a keynote speaker for Mortar
Board National Honor Society and is also a Faculty Advisor to the Lake Erie
College Pre-Med Club. At Lock Haven
University, he served on the PA Scholarship committee and was the lead on the
medical simulation technology committee.
he currently serves on the
Board of Directors for the Lake County Free Clinic and is Chair of the
Electronic Medical Records subcommittee.
Professor Weber’s background
is an emergency medicine Physician Assistant.
He completed most of his clinical rotations at University Hospitals and The
Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
Professor Weber has
multiple publications in journals such as Advance for NPs & PAs and Pediatric
Infectious Disease Journal. In addition,
he had been quoted and featured in magazines such as ComputerWorld, Crain’s
Cleveland Business, Network World, Open Systems Today, and Business Week. He became an Ordained Senior Chaplain in 2013, which certifies him to help people in college and hospitals in times of need. He also holds a black belt in karate and has
competed in the American Karate Association Grand National (3rdplace) and the Pennsylvania Karate Associate Lake Erie Nationals (1stplace).