Office:Health & Human Enrichment, Human Performance Center Rm W201E, MSC 22, Plymouth, NH 03264
BS, Springfield College; MS, University of Oregon; Ph.D., Springfield College
Dr. Pascale comes to PSU with clinical athletic training experience, as well as teaching experience in exercise science and professional level athletic training programs. Dr. Pascale’s clinical experience includes work with various athletics teams at the NCAA Division I and III levels. In her previous position at Northern Vermont University, Dr. Pascale founded and directed the Center for Teaching and Learning which has contributed to her knowledge and skill in teaching best practices. At PSU, Dr. Pascale teaches in the Allied Health Science and Exercise and Sport Physiology programs, as well as the professional-level Masters in Athletic Training program.
Dr. Pascale’s research interests include the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL), and issues related to social justice within health science professions.
Recreationally, Dr. Pascale enjoys hiking and running with her dog, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
Selected Publications & Presentations
Ross, D.M., & Pascale, A. (2020). Commentary: An Application of Mosston’s Teaching Styles to Athletic Training Education. Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences.
Pascale, A. Energizing the Science Lecture: 3 Ways to Enhance Student Engagement. Professional Presentation at Lilly Conference on Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning, May 2020.
Pascale, A., & Rosencrum, E. (2020). Sexual Violence Prevention and Action: What Role do Athletic Trainers Play? Professional Presentation at Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Convention. January 2020.
Pascale, A. 3 Uses for Personality Theory as a Tool to Enhance Teaching Practice. Professional Presentation at Lilly Conference on Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning, May 2019.
Programs of Study
Allied Health Sciences
AHS 2000 – Introduction to Allied Health Sciences
AHS 2001 – Introduction to Allied Health Sciences Lab
AT 5400 – Preventative Theory and Psychomotor Skills in Athletic Training