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Moffit Wins Professional Achievement Award

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AwardsHigher Education

Moffit Wins Professional Achievement Award

Moffit is an assistant professor of sport science and physical education (SSPE) and program director for the Professional Master of Science in Athletic Training program at Idaho State University. Her extensive educational achievements include her Bachelor of Science degree in health education, 1991 from ISU; a Master of Physical Education (MPE) degree with athletic training specialization, 1992 from Western Michigan University; a MPE in athletic administration, 2001 from ISU; and Ph.D. in kinesiology with emphasis in athletic training in 2008, Temple University. She currently serves as athletic trainer for Pocatello Orthopedic Sports Institute in Pocatello as well as assistant athletic trainer for Pocatello High School under the direction of Portneuf Medical Center.

While an undergraduate at ISU, she was an ISU Ambassador from 1988-1991 as well as an Associated Students of ISU senator in 1991. Moffit has been recognized as an Outstanding Young Woman of America, received the Outstanding Service – Congressional Youth Leadership Council in 1999 and Who’s Who Among American Teachers in 2000, 2002 and 2004. Other honors include Outstanding Mentor from the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine, 20-Year Award from the National Athletic Trainer’s Association and Outstanding College Educator in 2015 from the Idaho Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.

Moffit is actively involved in programs and activities in the ISU College of Education and volunteers her time and talents for the Simplot Games, Bengal Triathlon, National Girls and Women in Sports and the Pocatello Marathon. She has been a presenter at Big Sky Athletic Training and Sports Medicine Conference, Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education Accreditation Conference, National Athletic Trainer’s Association Educator’s Conference, Clinical Symposia and Athletic Training Expo.

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