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Coordinator, Health Sciences Program

Portrait of Darlene Murphy

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.

Her career includes nearly 20 years of administrative, teaching, and research experience. Prior to joining the Norwich faculty, she served as associate academic dean at the Community College of Vermont (CCV), where she led the development of numerous associate degree and certificate programs aligned with Vermont’s workforce needs, including health information, medical assisting, and STEM. Before her time at CCV, she worked as a research associate in the Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation at the University of Vermont, where she focused on predictive factors for knee and ankle injury and the relationship between dynamic foot type and lower-extremity injury. Her research has been published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine, British Journal of Sports Medicine, Journal of Athletic Training, and Foot & Ankle International. Outside of teaching, her interests include skiing, mountain biking, hiking, gardening, and spending time outdoors with her dog, Greta.

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