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Chair, Department of Health & Human Performance

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Health & Human Performance

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Kylie Blodgett has been an instructor at Norwich University since 2015.

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Health & Human Performance

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Kate Harney, ATC, completed a B.S. in athletic training from Stony Brook University, New York (2013), and an M.A. in physical education from Adelphi University, New York (2015). 

Assistant Professor
Health & Human Performance
Director, Athletic Training Program

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Greg Jancaitis completed his B.S. in athletic training at the University of New England, his M.Ed. in athletic training at the University of Virginia, and his Doctor of Athletic Training from A.T. Still University. 

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Health & Human Performance

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Scott Maxham earned his B.S. in physical education from Norwich University in 1995, and completed his M.A. in coaching and athletic administration at Concordia University in Irvine, California.

Lecturer
Health & Human Performance
Coordinator, Health Sciences Program

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Darlene Murphy, ATC, completed her M.Ed. at the University of Vermont in 2002 with a concentration in athletic training. She serves as coordinator of the Norwich University Health Sciences program.

Assistant Professor
Health & Human Performance
Coordinator, Clinical Education

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Janine Osterman M.S., D.A.T., ATC, CSCS, PES, ROT, returned to Norwich in 2017 after four years as an athletic trainer in an orthopedic practice in eastern North Carolina and in primary care sports medicine at the Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters in Norfolk, Virginia.

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With 10 years of experience in public K-12 schools, Justin Marriott began his work at Norwich in 2018 as an instructional technology coach, helping NU faculty develop new skills and try new tools related to technology, teaching, and learning.

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Physical Education

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