Academic Departments

Christianne M. Eason, Ph.D.

Office: 70 Maple Street

Tel: 617-243-2109

Email: CEason@lasell.edu

Department: Athletic Training and Exercise Science

Courses:

  • AT202
  • AT301
  • EXSC340

Degrees: 

B.S. in Athletic Training at University of Connecticut, Storrs CT 2006

M.S. in Nutrition and Exercise Science at James Madison University, Harrisonburg VA 2008 

Ph.D. in Sport Management at University of Connecticut, Storrs CT 2016

Biography: Before joining the faculty of Lasell College in January of 2016, Dr. Eason has worked as an athletic trainor for Saint Francis College in Brooklyn, New York, and at Curry College in Milton, Massachusetts. 

Publications:

Eason CM, Mazerolle SM, Pitney WA. Athletic Trainers' Facilitators of Professional Commitment in the Collegiate Setting. Journal of Athletic Training. 2015; 50(2): 516-523 

Eason CM, Mazerolle SM, Goodman A. Motherhood and Work-Life Balance in the Division I setting: Impact of Mentors on the Female Athletic Trainer. Journal of Athletic Training. 2014; 49(4): 532-539

Mazerolle SM, Eason CM, Goodman A. Exploring Summer Medical Care Within the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I Setting: A perspective from the Athletic Trainer. Journal of Athletic Training. 2016; 51(2): 175-183

Bruening JE, Dixon MA, Eason CM. Chapter 6: Coaching and Motherhood. In: LaVoi NM, ed. Women in Sports Coaching. New York, NY: Routledge: 2016

Parsons JT, Eason CM. The Athletic Trainer in the Workplace: The structure and Function of Work Organizations. In: Mazerolle SM, Pitney WA, ed. Workplace Concepts for Athletic Trainers. Thorofare, NJ: Slack: 3-14

Eason CM. Role Modeling and Mentoring. In: Mazerolle SM, Pitney WA, ed. Workplace Concepts for Athletic Trainers. Thorofare, NJ: Slack: 167-178

Eason CM. Healthy Habits and Choices for Athletic Trainers. In: Mazerolle SM, Pitney WA, ed. Workplace Concepts for Athletic Trainers. Thorofare, NJ: Slack: 179-190

How does your professional bacground influence your time in the classroom?
"Before returning to school to complete my terminal degree I spent four years working as a clinical athletic trainer. The experiences from those four years influence my time in the classroom every day. I'm able to bring relevance to our classroom discussions and bring "real-life" into the classroom. I also encourage the students to share their clinical experiences with their classmates during our classroom time in order to create a discourse that allows the students to share their thoughts with each other."