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Dr. Marisa Hastie announced as new dean of ATSU’s College of Graduate Health Studies

Marisa Hastie, EdD, ACSM, EP-C, FACSM

A.T. Still University (ATSU) has announced Marisa Hastie, EdD, ACSM, EP-C, FACSM, as the new dean ATSU’s College of Graduate Health Studies (ATSU-CGHS), effective June 1, 2022.

Dr. Hastie is currently a professor of exercise science and the program chair for Exercise Science and Fitness Management programs within the School of Health Sciences at Lasell University in Newton, Massachusetts. She has served as chair of the Lasell Faculty Assembly and has been an active member of various faculty governance committees.

Her educational background includes a bachelor of science in exercise science, a master of science in exercise and sports science with a concentration in biomechanics, and a doctorate of education in educational leadership and pedagogy. She is a certified exercise physiologist and a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine.

Dr. Hastie has extensive experience in online program development, teaching, and assessment. She developed an online Master of Science in Nutrition for Human Performance program and has 18 years of experience in both synchronous and asynchronous teaching formats.


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