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Contact Information

Academic School

School of Science

Office

Allied Health Building (AH) 225

Email

Kevin.henry@marist.edu

Phone

(845) 575-3000, ext. 2884

Kevin Henry

Senior Professional Lecturer of Athletic Training

Bio

My interest in athletic training and sports medicine began at a young age, and I was a member of only the second class of students to ever graduate with a degree in Athletic Training from Marist College! I was fortunate to be mentored by longtime Marist Head Athletic Trainer Glenn Marinelli, who taught me many valuable lessons – including how to balance work and family. My graduate studies at Old Dominion University focused on training students to become athletic training educators, which was a goal of mine from the start. While serving as an adjunct lecturer, I continued to gain clinical experience in both the collegiate and secondary school settings before I was afforded the opportunity to join the faculty ranks at Marist. I am currently in my seventh year of teaching full-time in the Athletic Training Program at Marist and teach a range of courses throughout the curriculum from Introduction to Athletic Training to Therapeutic Exercise. My hobbies outside of teaching include traveling to new places and spending time with my family.


Education

MS, Education, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA
BS, Athletic Training, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY, 2005


Selected Publications

Henry KJ. VanLunen BL, Oñate JA, Udermann B. Curricular Satisfaction Levels of NATA Accredited Post-Professional Athletic Training Graduates. Journal of Athletic Training. 2009; 44(4): 391-9

Luparello B, Powers ME, Henry KJ. A Comparison of Spinal Motion During Three Different Patient Transfer Techniques. Journal of Athletic Training. 2018; 53(6): S356

Gillespie M, Powers ME, Henry KJ. The Effects of Intermittent Compression on Acute Muscle Recovery. Journal of Athletic Training. 2018; 53(6): S364

Brenkert H, Powers ME, Henry KJ. A Comparison of Cryotherapy and Heat Therapy and Their Effect on Muscle Recovery Following Exercise. Journal of Athletic Training. 2017; 52(6): S250

Carter K, Powers ME, Henry KJ. The Effects of Myofascial Release on Ankle Range of Motion and Hamstring Flexibility. Journal of Athletic Training. 2017; 52(6): S305


Selected Presentations

“Curricular Satisfaction Levels of NATA Accredited Post-Professional Athletic Training Graduates” Oral Presentation at the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting & Clinical Symposia, June 2008, St. Louis, MO

Awards and Honors

Faculty Award for Excellence in Athletic Training, Marist College, 2005