Amanda Haberman began working at Sterling College in the Fall of 2018. Amanda grew up in Larned, Kansas. She came to Sterling College as a Clinical Instructor of Athletic Training after completing a Master of Science Degree in Health and Human Performance, where she served as a graduate teaching assistant for the Athletic Training Program and an Athletic Trainer for the football team at Fort Hays State University. She also received her Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Fort Hays State University. Amanda is now an Assistant Professor of Athletic Training and teaches in both the Athletic Training and Health Science Programs. She is an instructor for the American Heart Association and has a passion for emergency care. In addition to emergency care, she enjoys providing students with opportunities to grow in leadership and clinical application to become skilled professionals. Amanda is still active in the clinical setting serving the Men’s and Women’s Golf Team. Currently, Amanda is pursuing her PhD in Health Sciences from the Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions.
In Progress – PhD in Health Science with an emphasis in Healthcare Education from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
M.S. in Health and Human Performance from Fort Hays State University
B.S. in Athletic Training from Fort Hays State University