Mary Murray is an assistant professor and director of the MS Program in Sports Medicine. She has been involved in the field of athletic training as a clinician and educator for over 25 years. Murray has experience as a program director, clinical coordinator, faculty member and clinical supervisor in professional (baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate degrees) and post-professional athletic training education programs. Currently, she teaches Pathokinesiology of Orthopedic Injury and Advanced Musculoskeletal Assessment and Injury Prevention in the Sports Medicine program. In addition, she serves as a mentor or committee chair for master's student research projects. Murray has experience in program development, curriculum design, injury assessment, and therapeutic interventions. She is a mentor for the NATA Student Leadership Committee, a member of the PATS Education Committee and the SHRS Academic Integrity Hearing Board and the Clinical and Community-Based Education Committees.
Education & Training
- BS, University of Pittsburgh
- MA, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
- EdD, Seton Hall University
- Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, 2007
- Alpha Eta, National Honor Society for the Allied Health Professions, 2005