Aimee Pascale, Ph.D., ATC, CSCS
Assistant Professor, Exercise Science
Dr. Pascale became a certified athletic trainer (ATC) after completing the CAATE accredited athletic training professional degree program at Springfield College. From there, she gained a few years of experience as an NCAA DI athletic trainer at Iona College in New Rochelle, NY. She worked with a multitude of varsity athletics teams, including women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, women’s lacrosse, and softball.
Dr. Pascale then moved to the northwest where she earned her master’s degree in athletic training from the University of Oregon. While at Oregon, she taught in the undergraduate human physiology department and worked as at athletic trainer for the women’s soccer, and acrobatics and tumbling varsity athletics teams. During the summer after graduating from U.O., Dr. Pascale earned her Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) certification.
She relocated back to the northeast where she earned her Ph.D. in Teaching and Administration from Springfield College. Her doctoral research focus was the use of personality type theory as a pedagogical tool in the classroom.
Dr. Pascale has been teaching at Lyndon since the fall of 2015. She has contributed to progressive development the pre-professional athletic training concentration at Lyndon, as education requirements for the athletic training certification transition to the masters degree level. In her free time, she enjoys hiking with her dog, kayaking, biking, and just being outdoors!
- Ph.D. Teaching and Administration – Springfield College (2015)
- M.S. Athletic Training – University of Oregon (2012)
- B.S. Athletic Training – Springfield College (2008)
Courses Taught at Lyndon:
- Introduction to Exercise Science
- Fitness for Health & Performance
- Human Anatomy
- Sport Psychology
- Care and Prevention of Injuries
- Orthopedic Assessment
Areas of Interest, Expertise and/or Research:
- The female athlete
- Orthopedic injuries
- Sport-related concussions
- Personality theory and learning/teaching
- Human anatomy
- Office: ASAC 221