Mary-Beth Krogh-Jespersen, PhD, chancellor of Penn State Worthington Scranton has announced that Sandra Feather, MS, PT has been named associate director of enrollment management and admissions at the school. Prior to joining Penn State Worthington Scranton, Ms. Feather was director of enrollment management for Johnson College, Scranton, Pa.
Ms. Feather earned the master's in education from St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, Pa., and the master's in physical therapy from Neumann College, Aston, Pa. Ms. Feather holds the bachelor's degree in molecular biology from Cedar Crest College, Allentown, Pa., and received the associate's degree as a physical therapy assistant from Harcum College, Bryn Mawr, Pa. She was faculty instructor and director of the Physical Therapy Assistant program at Harcum. Ms. Feather is currently pursuing a doctorate in Health Care Education at Nova Southeastern University.
Ms. Feather taught basic science modalities, therapeutic exercise, pathophysiology and kinesiology at Harcum for 10 years. She chaired the Harcum Faculty Senate and received the Philip Klein Award, the highest faculty honor bestowed at Harcum, in 1999. She was awarded the Outstanding PTA by the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association in 1995 and was president of that organization's Affiliate Special Interest Group from 1990 to 1992. Ms. Feather served a delegate to the American Physical Therapy Association for the past seven years. She regularly attends continuing-education programs in the areas of neurology, geriatrics and education. Her research interests are learning domains and curriculum development.