HHPA Faculty and Staff
Casey Bunn-Wilson - Instructional Associate; Head Women's Basketball Coach
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Deborah Canepa - Associate Professor
Cook Hall 115
Education: Ph.D. in Anatomy Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, Oregon BS in Biology Eastern Mennonite College, Harrisonburg, VA
Sarah Coste - Assistant Professor
Cook Hall 116
Education: BA Linfield College 1990; MS Oregon Health and Science University, Behavioral Neuroscience 1993; PhD Oregon Health and Science University, Behavioral Neuroscience 1997
Elizabeth DeVisser - Anatomy Lab Coordinator
Cook Hall 105
B.A. Anthropology, Linfield College 2004; M.S. Human Biology, University of Indianapolis 2013
I have always loved the human body. This passion has taken me from my humble upbringing in Las Vegas, NV to excavation pits in Chile where I aided in searches for victims of human rights abuses. I earned my BS in Anthropology at Linfield College and my MSc in Human Biology at the University of Indianapolis. My casework spans two continents. I was a death investigator in Michigan, and a forensic anthropologist in Indiana. In Chile I generated novel mathematical equations to estimate stature and help in identification efforts for the “disappeared,” people who went missing during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet. My passion has landed me back at Linfield, where I currently have the privilege of introducing students to the amazing wonder that is the human body.
Lawrence Doty - Associate Professor
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Education: 1974 graduate of West Linn High School, West Linn, Oregon. 1979 graduate of Linfield College, Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Education and Health, Masters Degree in Education.
Duane A Duey - Head Athletic Trainer; Clinical Instructor
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Education: MS - Midwestern State University, 1995; BA - Western Oregon University 1993
Married for 17 years to Kimberly, has four kids - Kylee, Josie, Royce, and Devan.
Spent last 11 years as associate & head athletic trainer at Portland State University. Also worked 4 years at Willamette University, 3 years at Lewis & Clark College, and 3 years for the Portland Forest Dragons (Professional Arena Football).
Hobbies include skiing, camping, backpacking & family.
Emily Eaton - Instructional Associate
- B.A. Carleton College
- D.V.M. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Dawn Graff-Haight - Professor
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Ph.D., Education, Oregon State University; M.S., Health Education, University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse; B.S., Health Education and Physical Education, University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse
Dawn’s work focuses on health education teaching and curriculum. She is actively involved in developing innovative school-based health education programs and teacher trainings throughout the US. She is an enthusiastic advocate for LGBTQ+ and marginalized groups. Dawn loves pushing the limits and challenging students to think critically about health issues that affect themselves and others.
Greg A. Hill - Assistant Professor/Athletic Trainer; Clinical Education Coordinator
Education: MS in Exercise Science, Oregon State University; BA in Athletic Training, Linfield College
Laura Kenow - Athletic Training Program Director; Professor
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PhD in Kinesiology, University of Minnesota; MS in Exercise Science, University of Arizona; BA in Athletic Training, Gustavus Adolphus College.
Kyle Kimball - Instructional Associate; Head Swimming Coach
Aquatic Bldg. 161
Jeff McNamee - Associate Professor of Physical Education (Chair)
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Oregon State University Ph.D. Human Performance, 2004 University of Wisconsin La Crosse B.S. Exercise and Sport Science, 1996 M.S. Exercise and Sport Science, 1997
Travis Olson - Track and Field, Cross Country Head Coach
HHPA Complex 205
Bruce Patnoudes - Instructional Associate
M.A., Physical Education-Exercise Science, Western Michigan University; B.S., Health Education, Eastern Illinois University
Bruce was a YMCA director before coming to Linfield and has extensive programming experience with both youth and adult sports leagues and tournaments. He also has considerable experience in strength training and fitness evaluations. He has also taught Anatomy and Physiology for over 25 years.
Janet Peterson - Professor; Faculty Advisor
Cook Hall 114
Education: Doctorate, Loma Linda University - Preventive Care; Masters - CSUN- Kinesiology (exercise physiology); Bachelors- USC -Premed- Biology.
Cisco Reyes - Associate Professor
Ph.D., University of Idaho; M.S., University of Idaho; B.S., Pacific University
Cisco's area of expertise encompasses aspect of sports performance enhancement (strength and conditioning). More specifically, Cisco has examined neuromuscular adaptations to strength and power training and athlete profiling. Outside of Linfield, Cisco's position as National Strength and Conditioning Association's Oregon State/Provincial Director allows him to connect and educate professionals on innovative evidence-based strength and conditioning practice.
Shanan Rosenberg - Instructional Associate; Head Men's Basketball Coach
HHPA Complex 216
Joe Smith - Instructional Associate; Head Football Coach
HHPA Complex 206