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Professor Lespinasse currently teaches Introduction to Radiologic Technology & Medical Imaging, and Radiation Protection & Applied Radiobiology. She coordinates curriculum planning and scheduling for the department and has directed several funded projects for equipment purchase.
With over 25 years of teaching experience, Professor Lespinasse has taught a variety of courses in the medical imaging discipline including Radiographic Physics, Advanced Radiographic Studies, Imaging Modalities, Seminar, Radiographic Pathology, Radiographic Procedures and Positioning, Pediatric Radiography, Medical Terminology, Health Care Ethics, Patient Care, and Mammography. She has also taught Legal Issues in Health Care in a baccalaureate degree program at St. Francis College and served for six years as program director of The Long Island College Hospital School of Radiologic Technology.
Professor Lespinasse is a frequently invited speaker at professional conferences both locally and nationally. Her areas of concentration and interest include Teaching and Learning, Classroom Management, Service Learning, Mammography, and Bone Densitometry. She currently serves on various Educational Advisory Boards and has held other Board positions in professional organizations including Chairperson, President, President Elect, Vice President, and Recording Secretary.
Professor Lespinasse received her Bachelor of Science degree from St. Francis College, her Master of Science degree from Central Michigan University, holds advanced certification in mammography and awarded a Doctoral Equivalency in Radiologic Technology and Medical Imaging in 2006.