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Scott P Waldeis

Position Title: Lecturer (10 Month)
Department: Physical and Life Sciences
Office Location: Physical and Health Sciences Bldg.
Office Phone: 607-587-4737

 Scott P. Waldeis, D.C., M.S. 

Physical & Life Science Department

Alfred State College of Technology




          January 1995 - March 1998:    New York Chiropractic College

                                                              Seneca Falls, NY

                                                              Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.)




          June 2006 - December 2007:   University of Bridgeport

                                                                Bridgeport, Connecticut

                                                                Master of Science - Human Nutrition



          September 1995 - May 1997:  Empire State College - SUNY

                                                               Saratoga Springs, NY

                                                               Bachelor of Science - Human Biology


          September 1992 - May 1994:  Finger Lakes Community College

                                                               Canandaigua, NY

                                                               Associate of Science - Biology

Teaching Overview: 


Lecturer of Biological and Health Sciences at Alfred State College since 2001.

Professional Experience: 


      January 2007 - Present:                Naples Valley Chiropractic

                                                               Naples, NY

                                                               Doctor of Chiropractic

Duties: Examine, diagnosis and provide chiropractic treatment and nutritional counseling to patients. Perform executive and administrative duties associated with a small business and professional practice.


       August 2001 - Present:                Alfred State College of Technology

                                                               Alfred, NY

                                                               Lecturer (2003)

Duties: Provide instruction to college students in the discipline of the biological and health sciences. Provide academic advisement to college students. Meet college, school, and departmental obligations as required.


        April 1998 - December 2006:   Weyand Chiropractic Associates

                                                              Hornell, NY

                                                              Doctor of Chiropractic

Duties: Examine, diagnosis and provide chiropractic treatment and nutritional counseling to patients. Perform administrative and managerial duties associated with a small business and professional practice.


         August 1999 - March 2003:     St. James Mercy Hospital

                                                             Hornell, NY

                                                             Medical Technologist (MT)

Duties: Supervise personnel and perform hematology, microbiology and chemistry analysis and                                                                         instrumentation.

It was an Alfred State professor that planted the first seed of a potential teaching career in Dr. Waldeis’ mind. “I was educating this person about a certain health condition, and she commented on my thorough yet highly understandable description, asking if I had ever thought about teaching. And the rest is history,” Dr. Waldeis says.

A doctor of chiropractic medicine in the Finger Lakes region by trade, Dr. Waldeis received his associate degree from Finger Lakes Community College, his bachelor’s degree from SUNY Empire State College, a master’s from the University of Bridgeport, and his doctorate at the New York Chiropractic College. He brings more than 15 years of on-the-job medical knowledge to his courses in human anatomy and physiology, advanced pathophysiology, essentials of exercise physiology, human biology, and nutrition.

Although Dr. Waldeis loves the online learning format, he advises his potential student to remember that with any new environment, there will be a learning curve. “In return for their tolerance and patience as they learn to navigate the technology, they will be rewarded with an educational opportunity that allows for great amounts of liberty and freedom in terms of how it can be integrated into one’s schedule. The end result, I believe, is that most students will ultimately find the online format to be an interesting and enjoyable experience that offers tremendous convenience,” he says. “Above all, come prepared to work hard, but do expect to be amazed with the fascinating discovery of the intricacies of how the human body works.”