Rose Millspaugh

Rose Millspaugh

Assistant Professor, Exercise Science and Athletic Training

Phone:(607) 274-3165
Office: Center for Health Sciences
Ithaca, NY 14850

Master of Science in Exercise Physiology: Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY (2004)
Bachelor of Science in Physical Education - Athletic Training Option & Exercise and Sport Science Concentration: University of Vermont, Burlington, VT (2002)

Courses Taught
Athletic Training Techniques I
Athletic Training Techniques II
Kinesiology Laboratory

Athletic Training Coverage
 Hill Center Athletic Training Room (Volleyball, Cross Country, Tennis)
Winter: Wrestling
Spring: Softball

Professional Interests
Nutrition & Sport
Lifelong Health & Fitness

Recent Scholarly Activity (2010)    
Scriber, K., Gray, C., Millspaugh, R. (2010). Should Athletic Training Educators Utilize Grades When Evaluating Student Clinical Performance?  The Athletic Training Education Journal.

Millspaugh, R., DiCenso, M. & Geisler, P. (2010). Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion with Previous History of Posterior Foraminotomy: A Case Report. NATA Annual Symposium, poster presentation.  Printed in The Journal of Athletic Training Free Communications.

Student Presentations (2009-2010)
Boccio, A. & Millspaugh, R. (2010).  Challenges of Diagnosing and Managing Hip Injury in an Intercollegiate Runner: A Case Report.  Ithaca College James A. Whalen Symposium, poster presentation. 

DiCenso, M. & Millspaugh, R. (2009).  C6-C7 Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion with Previous History of Posterior Foraminatomy: A Case Report.  Ithaca College James A. Whalen Symposium, poster presentation.  

Bedard, R., Lazenby, T., Millspaugh, R. & Geisler, P. (2009). Lumbar Facet Dysfunction & the Use of Mulligan's SNAG Technique: A Case Report.  Ithaca College James A. Whalen Symposium, poster presentation.

Personal Interests
Hiking, Biking, Running, Snowshoeing, Kayaking, Gardening, Photography, Spending time with family & friends

Personal Profile
I grew up on a family run dairy farm in the small town of Candor, just 20 miles south of Ithaca, NY.  After attending high school, I moved to Vermont to begin my undergraduate career in Physical Education and Athletic Training.  After completing my teacher education program and obtaining my NATA BOC certification, I moved back to Ithaca to attend graduate school. I received my masters degree from Ithaca College while working as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Cornell University.  On completion of my graduate work, I was hired as a full time athletic trainer at Cornell.  After two years at Division I, I chose to return to the field of education and athletic training and was hired here at Ithaca.  I am proud to be a part of this wonderful faculty and nationally known athletic training education program.

My husband, Adam and I live in a small town just outside of Ithaca and spend a great deal of our time exploring the outdoors.  Whether it is up on the hills, down by the lake or at home, we have developed a new love for the southern tier and fingerlakes regions we grew up in.