I joined the Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) program as a full-time faculty member in 2016. As a 2006 graduate of the MSAT program, I am very proud of the program’s growth over the years. Prior to joining the MSAT program full-time, I had been employed as an athletic trainer since 2006 in the secondary school setting. In addition to my clinical work, I also served as an adjunct faculty member and clinical preceptor for Seton Hall athletic Training students since 2007.
I received my PhD in Higher Education Leadership and Management from Seton Hall University in 2021. My current areas of research include student learning outcomes, simulated learning environments, and interprofessional education.
- PhD Higher Education Leadership and Management, Seton Hall University
- MS Athletic Training, Seton Hall University
- BA Mass Communications, Iona College
- Rippon, L., Chen, R., Kelchen, R., Boergers, R. (2022). A National Study on Relationship between Programmatic Factors and Athletic Training Education BOC Pass Rates. Athletic Training Education Journal, 17(1), 37-45. 42
- Rippon, L., Hunt, B., John, A., Mineo, C. (2019). The Prevalence of Vocal Cord Dysfunction Education in Athletic (6s ed., vol. 54, pp. 318).
- Rippon, L., Boergers, R. J. (2018). Integration of the 4 × 4 Matrix into Athletic Training Curriculum to Teach Exercise Progression and Regression (4th ed., vol. 13, pp. 390). https://natajournals.org/doi/full/10.4085/1304377
- Rippon, L., Weyand, J., Antosiewicz, S., Gerena-Levy, J., Laurente, A. (2018). Athletic Trainers’ Perceived Versus Actual Knowledge of Vocal Cord Dysfunction: Signs and Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment. (6s ed., vol. 53, pp. 301).
- Alpha Eta Honor Society, Seton Hall University 2005
- Academic Excellence Award, Seton Hall University 2006
- Nicholas DeProspo Award for Outstanding Service, Seton Hall University 2006
- Experiential Educational Award Honorable Mention, Seton Hall University 2006