Dr. Bryon Kluesner earned his Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management in 1992 from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale (SIU-C). He completed his Master of Science in Rehabilitation Administration in 1998 and his Doctor of Rehabilitation (Rh.D.) in 2003, also from SIU-C.
Dr. Kluesner's career in higher education began in 2001 when he was a Learning Disability Coordinator for Disability Support Services at SIU-C. In 2004, he took a position as the Assistant Director for the Office of Disability Services at Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN. October 2006, Dr. Kluesner moved to Chattanooga to take a position as the Adaptive Technology Coordinator in the Disability Resource Center at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC). In 2008, he received his Assistive Technology Applications Certification (ATAC) from California State University, Northridge.
Dr. Kluesner is an Adjunct Faculty professor for the UTC School of Education. He teaches "Advanced Instructional Technology" and "Strategies for Inclusion." He also teaches the "First Year Experience" course. He is a member of the Signal Center's Assistive Technology Advisory Board. Dr. Kluesner also served as the Chair of the Chattanooga Mayor's Council on Disability.