Linda Levy

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Professor of Athletic Training; Department Chair; Director, Undergraduate AT

AS, Mount Ida College; B.S., MEd, Keene State College; EdD, Argosy University
Email: levy@plymouth.edu

About Dr Levy

Dr. Levy is the Undergraduate Athletic Training Program Director and teaches Athletic Training courses in both the undergraduate and graduate programs.  During her tenure she has supervised athletic training students as well as provided athletic training services to many of Plymouth State’s athletic teams.

Service to the institution and research are also extremely important to Dr. Levy. She has served and/or chaired many university and department committees during her tenure at PSU.  She currently serves as chair of the Department of Health & Human Performance. Her research interests lie in determining how athletic training students learn, practice, apply and master clinical athletic training skills. 

Dr. Levy has published articles in athletic training and exercise.  She has been a presenter at workshops on a variety of athletic training topics including athletic training clinical supervision, portfolio development, taping and bracing, hiring athletic trainers, and safe participation in physical education classes.  She is an active member of national, regional and state athletic training organizations, and serves on the Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association Scholarship and Quiz Bowl Committees, and National Athletic Trainers’ Student Committee.

Selected publications/presentations/exhibitions

Bernier JN & Levy LS. (2012). Quick reference dictionary for athletic trainers (3rd ed.).  New Jersey: Slack, Inc. (Publication Date – November, 2012)

Levy LS & Johnson LV (2012). Supervising PETE candidates using the situational supervision model. Journal of Physical Education, Health, Recreation & Dance. 83(4):44-48.

Levy L, Schmidt A & Emerton B. (2009). A clinical education experience in the performing arts. Athletic Therapy Today, 14(6):20-24.

Barnum M, Guyer MS & Levy LS. (2009). Supervision, questioning, feedback model of clinical teaching: A practical approach.  In The athletic trainer’s pocket guide to clinical teaching, (Weidner, TG, ed.), Slack Inc

Levy LS, Gardner G, Barnum MG, Willeford KS, Sexton P, Guyer MS & Fincher AL. (2009). Situational supervision for athletic training clinical education. Athletic Training Education Journal, 4(1):19-22.

Awards

Faculty & Staff Award of Excellence, Plymouth State University Alumni Association, 2009

Courses Taught

Introduction to Athletic Training

Prevention & Care of Injuries in Active Populations

Injury Assessment I

Administration of Athletic Training/Athletic Training Administration

BOC Test Prep/Current Issues in Athletic Training

Department/University Service

Academic Affair Committee (2007-present)

Council of Chairs (2006-present, Chair 2010-11)

Faculty Speaker (2002-03, 05-06)

Interdisciplinary Council (1994-1996, Chair 1995-96, 2000-present)

ALLWell Steering Committee (2006-present)

First Year Solos

February 19th, 2014 by Eric

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First Year Solos

Contact Us

Department of Health and Human Performance

Draper & Maynard, 4th floor
8 a.m.–4:30 p.m., M–F

Phone: 603-535-2293
Email: jvstalnaker@plymouth.edu
(Jamie Stalnaker, Administrative Assistant)
Fax: 603-535-2395

Mailing Address
17 High Street
MSC #22
Plymouth, NH 03264