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Dr. Suanne Maurer-Starks

Professor of Health and Kinesiology; Athletic Training Graduate Coordinator
Adrian Tinsley Center, Room 225

BS, Canisius College, Physical Education and Athletic Training
MS, Canisius College, Deaf Education
CAS, Hofstra University, Educational Administration
EdD, Columbia University, Health

Prior to joining the faculty at Bridgewater, Dr. Maurer-Starks was on faculty at Northeastern University. She has also served as a program director at Hofstra University's Athletic Training Program. She has been a practicing athletic trainer and has worked with a variety of intercollegiate athletic teams. Suanne has been involved in the World Games for the Deaf medical staff and has traveled to two International Games, including Sofia, Bulgaria, and Copenhagen, Denmark. The courses she is responsible for teaching are predominately in the field of athletic training. Dr. Maurer-Starks has spoken at district and national conferences, including the Eastern Athletic Trainer's Association annual meeting; the National Athletic Trainer's annual meeting and the American Alliance for Physical Education, Recreation and Dance's annual meeting. She is active in the Athletic Training profession, has been a test site Administrator and currently serves on the Thomas Sheehan Scholarship Selection Committee. Her current research efforts revolve around athletic training pedagogy and issues surrounding diversity within the profession of athletic training.