NEW YORK STATE
KENT SCRIBER, EdD, ATC, PT, FNATA
Dr. Kent Scriber is a professor in the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences at Ithaca College. Since graduating from Ithaca College in 1972 (BS, Physical Therapy), he has served as a Certified Athletic Trainer for Intercollegiate Athletics and was the Athletic Training Program Director at his alma mater for 30 years. Professor Scriber received his doctorate from Syracuse University.
Scriber is a member of the Ithaca College Athletic Hall of Fame and in addition to serving Ithaca College student-athletes, Kent has worked with athletes at the international level at the World University Games, Paralympic Games, World Basketball Challenge, Canada Cup, and Epson Ivy Bowl.
He has been active professionally and has gained recognition numerous times for his valued contributions at the college, state, regional, and national levels. He was the 1990 recipient of the NYSATA Sheehan Award and was inducted into the NYSATA Hall of Fame in 2000. Dr. Scriber is a past-president of the EATA and received the EATA’s Cramer Award in 1995. In 1994 he was selected as an NATA Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer and he was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame in 2000. He was the Pinky Newell Addressee at the 2009 EATA meeting. He had a District 2 scholarship award named after him in 2013, and a Recognition Award through NYSATA named in his honor. The NATA named him a fellow in 2011.
He has taught nearly 400 students who have become BOC certified, given well over 100 professional presentations, authored numerous articles, and has been involved as a consultant or site visitor for many athletic training education programs.