Kent Scriber

Professor Emeritus, Exercise and Sport Sciences



                                           ​                       2016

"Keeping up with the Competencies" w/ Jill Manners, North Carolina Athletic Trainers' Association Annual Meeting, Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina


"Transitioning into the Next Phase of Your Journey" Hooding Ceremony Address, Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York

“A Few Lessons Learned”. Robert S. Behnke Keynote Address, Athletic Training Educators’ Conference, Dallas,TX                                                        


“Femoralacetabular Impingement and Labral Tears in a Female Field Hockey Player” (Poster). w/ Rachel Schechter. 2014 NYSATA Annual Sports Medicine Symposium. Jamestown Community College, Jamestown, NY.

"Bilateral Deep Thigh Pain in a College Softball Catcher: A Case Report" (Poster). w/ Theresa Lau & Sarah Piebes. 2014 National Conference On Undergraduate Research (NCUR). University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky.                                                   


"The Formation of the New York State Athletic Trainers' Association". 2013 NYSATA Annual Symposium, Jamestown Community College, Jamestown, NY.

"The Effect of Cervical Bony Abnormality on Recurrent Brachial Plexus Stingers in a Collegiate Division I Football Player." (Poster) w/ Kristen Bartiss & Ed Kelly. 2013 National Conference for Undergraduate Research. University of Wisconsin-Lacrosse, Lacrosse, Wisconsin.


"Non-Surgical Management of an ACL Deficient Knee in a Female Collegiate Soccer Player" (Poster) w/ Courtney Gray & Megan Kreyling. 2012 NYSATA Symposium, Lake Placid. NY

"Athletes’ Knowledge and Perceptions of Sport Related Concussions and the Decision to Seek Treatment” (Poster) w/ Olivia Jarem & Justine Vosloo. 2012 EATA Annual Conference Proceedings, Boston, MA


 “Prevention and Management of Back Injuries in Golf.” Invited presentation at Beijing Sport University, 2011 Golf Rehabilitation and Training Conference, Beijing, China.

 “Development of the Athletic Training Profession in the United States.” Invited presentation at Beijing Sport University, Beijing, China.

"Making Evaluation of Student Clinical Performance More Meaningful" (Poster) w/ Paul Geisler. 2011 NYSATA Symposium. Lake Placid, NY.

“Reassessing Assessment: Are Clinical Grades Really Meaningful?” Pre-ATEC Best Practices Symposium, Athletic Training Educators’ Conference, Washington, DC.


"Some Considerations for the Teaching/Learning Process" & "Is 'Direct Supervision' Always Necessary for Student Learning in the Clinical Setting?" Dublin City University Faculty and Students, Athletic Training and Therapy Education Program, Dublin, Ireland.

"Femoral neck stress fracture in a female soccer player" (Poster) w/ Courtney Gray and Paul Geisler. 2010 NATA Annual Meeting Presentation. Philadelphia, PA

“Hip labral tear and femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) in a college ice hockey athlete. (Poster)  w/ Jessica Farley and Ed Kelly. NYSATA Symposium, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY

“Striking a Work/Life Balance” Professional Development Workshop. Tompkins Cortland County Community College Extension Center, Ithaca, NY.             

“Generational Differences in the Workplace” Professional Development Workshop. Tompkins Cortland County Community College Extension Center, Ithaca, NY.

"Non-traumatic isolated osteochondral defect of the knee in a female soccer player" (Poster) w/ Courtney Gray and Shannon Ruegger, 2010 EATA Annual Conference, Boston, MA.


"Work-Life Balance: Is it Possible in Athletic Training?" NYSATA Annual Meeting, Syracuse, NY

“Teaching Thinking & Thinking Teaching: Clinical Reasoning in Athletic Training Education”, w/ Dr. Paul Geisler, Athletic Training Educators’ Conference, Washington, DC.

“A Brief Look Back Before Moving Forward with the Millennial Generation”, Pinky Newell Memorial Address (keynote) EATA Annual Meeting/Symposium, Boston, MA.


“Transitions and Challenges in a Growing Profession”, NATA National Office Staff, Dallas, Texas

“Work-Life Balance: Is it Possible in the Athletic Training Profession?”, Ben Hogan Sports Therapy Institute (Clinical instructors and athletic training students), Fort Worth, Texas

“Getting Involved with Sports Medicine”, Sports Medicine Class, Herndon HS, Herndon, VA

“Barriers to the Teaching-Learning Process” & “Work-Life Balance in Athletic Training: Is it an Oxymoron", University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

“Perspectives on Athletic Training Education”, University of Georgia (Athletic training students), Athens, Georgia.

“Baseball and Work/Life Balance: Is it Possible?”, New York Yankee Athletic Training Staff, Tampa, Florida.

“Preparing for a Successful Future”, Western Carolina University (Clinical instructors and students), Cullowhee, North Carolina

“Three Oswego County Brothers in the Civil War: A Personal Research Perspective”, Fulton Historical Society, Fulton, NY

Multiple presentations at the University of Texas – Arlington for various Athletic Training Education Program courses (Lower Extremity Assessment, Therapeutic Modalities, & Seminar), “Low Back Evaluation”, “Biomechanics of the Lumbar Spine”, “Tissue Response to Injury”, “Pain Considerations”, “Rationale for Cryotherapy”, “Issues and Concerns for the Future of the Athletic Training Profession”, and “Preparing for the Future” (Visiting faculty member)


“Rationale for the Use of Therapeutic Modalities and Therapeutic Exercise in Athletic Training”, Hobart & William Smith Colleges, Geneva, NY

“Characteristics of Success and Achievement”, Commencement Speaker, Hannibal Central High School, Hannibal, NY

“Bridging the Gap Between Clinical and Academic for Entry Level Athletic Training Education”, Distinguished Faculty Lecture, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT


“What Students Want, What Students Need, and What Students are Getting”, NATA Annual Meeting & Clinical Symposium, Atlanta, GA (Invited presentation)

 “Learning the Civil War: A Personal Research Perspective”, 3-Day Seminar (1-Credit) presented for the Ithaca College Washington Semester (IC & Butler University students), Washington DC.