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Student-Athlete DP2 Resources
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          Release: 10/02/2012
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Academic Resources

Katelyn Stravinsky: Can help in academic advising, direct you to the right place on campus about a problem you are experiencing, or just to talk!

Academic Skills Center: Are you struggling in one class and not sure why? Do you want to learn a different way of reading and taking notes? Or maybe you are getting B's when you want to get A's. Contact the ASC and they can get you right on track!

Tutor Clearinghouse: A component of the Academic Skills Center, the Tutor Clearinghouse can match students with tutors and study groups. For student- athletes, tutors and study groups are paid for from the NCAA Student- Athlete Academic Enhancement grant.

Click here for additional academic resource info!

Career Connections

DP2 Career Connections provides programming to help Dartmouth student- athletes access career education and recruitment opportunities  earlier in their Dartmouth careers.

The Career Connections program partners with the office of Career Services to provide a wide range of programs at times that work best for student-athletes. Events include resume and cover letter workshops, career fairs, and networking opportunities.

Career Services supports undergraduate students in preparing for-and making informed decisions about-their undergraduate and post-graduate academic and employment plans.

Please contact Donnie Brooks with questions regarding Career Connections.

 

Community Engagement

Jaeger Civic Intern: The 2013-14 Jaeger Intern is Natalie Flowers. Natalie will serve as a link between Big Green athletics and the Upper Valley community. The internship is named in honor of former Director of Athletics Richard G, Jaeger and promotes and facilitates local community service by Dartmouth student-athletes. The Jaeger Intern serves as a coordinator for matching community service by Dartmouth Athletic teams or groups to community needs and opportunities.

If you have any ideas about connecting athletics with the community or volunteer activities completed by a team, please e-mail Natalie.

Read more about our student-athlete community involvement.

Integrative Health

DP2 SPRING MOBILITY CLASSES

SPRING 2014

Taking place in Alumni #182

Sunday 4-5 PM: Mobility and Myofascial Release

Tuesday 8:00- 9:00 AM: Basic Flexibility

Wednesday 8:00- 9:00 PM: Mobility and Myofascial Release


Massage Therapy: Athletic trainers are responsible for making all referrals for massages.

Leadership

Leadership and Team-Building are key components to success for Dartmouth student-athletes and teams. Assistant AD Steven Spaulding coordinates both experiential learning activities for Big Green teams, as well as classroom sessions for student-athletes focusing on individual and group leadership development.

Steven is available for discussions regarding any aspect of leadership a student- athlete may encounter in and out of sport. For example, gaining a new role in a campus organization or being named captain of your team.

Consultation and counseling is available for both individuals and teams. Please e-mail Steven if interested or if you have any questions.

Nutrition

DP2's nutritionist and certified sports dietitian, Claudette Peck, is available to meet with teams or individuals. Please go to this Google Doc and sign up for a time to meet (more instructions are available on the site).
 
A reminder from Claudette: If you would like to sign up for an individual consult, please be sure to keep a 3-day food record prior to coming in for an appointment. Thank you!

Claudette is now located on the 2nd floor of Davis (old Field Hockey offices)

Get some more info through Claudette's Nutrition Newsletters!

Sport Psychology

DP2's Psychologist, Mark Hiatt, is happy to meet with either entire teams or individual student-athletes. E-mail Mark with "DP2 Sports Psych Meeting" in the subject line. Mark is available on Tuesday mornings and can be found on the 2nd floor of Davis.

Sports Medicine

Dartmouth Sports Medicine serves the primary athletic health care needs of the varsity athletes. The main facility is the athletic training room located in Davis Varsity House, adjacent to Alumni Gym. The athletic training room is staffed by a team of nationally-certified athletic trainers, each of whom is assigned to work with different teams through the year. The Sports Medicine Department is part of the Dartmouth College Health Service.

Dr. Charlie Carr serves as Director of Dartmouth Sports Medicine and Head Team Phsycian. He is assisted by Dr. Kristine Karlson and Dr. Jamie Ames.

Athletic Training: Click here to learn who the athletic trainer is for your team! 


Strength and Conditioning

The Strength and Conditioning staff is housed on the second floor of Floren Varsity House and works with each varsity team to provide a sport-specific program designed to increase power, speed, strength and agility. The coaching assignments are as follows:

Bob Miller: Baseball, M&W Basketball, M&W Ice Hockey, Softball

Dave Jenkerson: Head Football Strength and Conditioning Coach

Kayleigh Fournier: M&W Alpine Skiing, M&W Lax, M&W Soccer, M&W Tennis, Heavyweight Crew, Volleyball, and Asst. Football

Christina Rasnake: Field Hockey, Lightweight Crew, Women's Crew, M&W Swimming & Diving, Equestrian, Sailing, M&W Squash, and W Nordic Skiing, and Asst. Football

 

Wellness

DP2 strives to provide current and lifelong wellness resources to student-athletes.

BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students): Have you taken the BASICS survey yet?? BASICS is required to be completed by all student- athletes!

Brandon Harrington, our DP2 Health Initiatives Coordinator, will be contacting coaches about the online survey and completing a one-on-on CONFIDENTIAL discussion session.

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