Gen Ludwig, EdD, ATC
Coordinator of Clinical Education and Assistant Professor Athletic Training Program, Department of Kinesiology
Prior to coming to Boise State, Ludwig was an Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Clinical Education for the Athletic Training Programs at Pacific University, Southern Utah University and the University of Minnesota Duluth. Ludwig has 14 years of work experience as a Certified Athletic Trainer in a variety of settings including Industry, Physical Therapy, Intercollegiate and High School Athletics as well as Collegiate Recreation and Club Sports. She has worked as a Coordinator of Clinical Education for the past five years, coordinating clinical experiences for Athletic Training students in NCAA Division I, II and III athletics, high schools, physician offices, emergency rooms and community outreach programs.
Calicchio, A., Ludwig, G., & DeBeliso, M. (June, 2016). Is there a relationship between core muscular strength and chronic ankle instability? Journal of Physical Education Research, Volume 3, Issue II, 48-58.
Ludwig, GE, Streveler, MJ. Injury recognition and prevention: Lower and upper extremity. New York: Momentum Press; 2016.
Ludwig, GE, Lundstrom, MJ. Introduction to general medical conditions. New York: Momentum Press; 2017.
- MAT 510 – Clinical Practice in Athletic Training One
- MAT 520 – Clinical Practice in Athletic Training Two
- KINES 121 – Athletic Taping and Wrapping Techniques
- KINES 422 – Athletic Training Clinical Instruction VI