Stephanie M. Singe, PhD, ATC, FNATA

Associate Professor, Department of Kinesiology, University of Connecticut

Stephanie Singe is an assistant professor and director of the professional bachelors athletic training program at the University of Connecticut; a position she has held for over ten years. Her research interests include the prevention of sudden death in sport, particularly as it relates to implementation of best practices and educational techniques used to instruct health care professionals, coaches, parents, and other medical professionals.  Pressures to return athletes back to play following injury is an area that her work will extend over the next few years. She has expertise in the area of survey methods and qualitative methodologies. Her recent work with KSI has focused on athletic training services within the secondary school setting and how to overcome the barriers to hiring athletic trainers within the setting. Two of her publications in the Journal of Athletic Training, related to exertional heat stroke and evidence based practice, were awarded second runner up for the 2011 Clint Thompson Award for Clinical Advancement.

She received her bachelor’s degree in athletic training at the University of Connecticut in 2000, her master’s degree in Athletic Training at Old Dominion University in 2002 and graduated from the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut in 2005 with her doctorate in sport management.

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