Elizabeth Donahue, Assistant Professor
Sport Science & Fitness Studies
Office Location: Post Sports Science and Fitness Center
Office Number: Post 227
Office Hours: MW 10-11am; T 10-11 & 12:30-1:30pm; R 12:30-1:30 p
Beth became a full-time faculty member for the Athletic Training Program in 1998, after teaching as an adjunct for two years. She currently teaches the following classes: Structural Kinesiology, Therapeutic Modalities, Therapeutic Exercise, Kinesiology, Introduction to Athletic Training Labs, Clinical Education 402, and First Aid and CPR. Beth brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise garnered from years of experience working within the field of Athletic Training. Prior to joining the Endicott staff, Beth was the Head Athletic Trainer at the University of Massachusetts Lowell for 6 years and Northeastern Illinois University for 4 years prior to that. Beth received her MS degree from the University of Illinois-Urbana in Sports Medicine/Exercise Physiology in 1987 and a BS degree from the same institution in Athletic Training/Bioscience in 1985. Currently she is pursuing a doctorate in Higher Education from NOVA Southeastern University. Besides National Athletic Trainers Certification and Massachusetts licensure, Beth holds CPR Instructors Certification from the American Heart Association.