A.T. Still University’s (ATSU) Department of Athletic Training hosted its first Winter Institute providing students from the Doctor of Athletic Training (DAT) program an interactive educational experience focusing on innovations to advance athletic healthcare. In […]Read more
Sue Falsone PT, MS, SCS, ATC, CSCS, COMT, RYT®, associate professor, Athletic Training, A.T. Still University, Department of Interdisciplinary Health Sciences, presented “Integration of rehab and performance: Best practices to unite a team,” at the […]Read more
Soon-to-be ATSU-ASHS graduate Kelly Boyce has her athletic training career path set. She has already started her new position as minor league athletic trainer for the Arizona Diamondbacks. Growing up in Poplar Grove, Illinois, Boyce […]Read more
A.T. Still University’s (ATSU) Tamara Valovich McLeod, PhD, ATC, FNATA, and Eric Sauers, PhD, ATC, FNATA, have been selected as National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) 2016 Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer award recipients. Dr. McLeod is professor […]Read more
A.T. Still University’s (ATSU) Athletic Training program has been selected to collaborate on a national study to observe player health and safety among youth football athletes. Directed by USA Football and the Datalys Center for […]Read more
ATSU Master of Science in Athletic Training program evaluation summary During this past year, the Athletic Training program has been writing its self-study for CAATE accreditation. As part of the self-study process, a significant amount […]Read more
Hometown: Poplar Grove, IL
Graduate Assistantship: Mesa Community College
Future plans: Living in Scottsdale, AZ post-graduation and working as Minor League Athletic Trainer for the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Favorite Memory: Performing neuromuscular screens for Special Olympics and Day for Special Smiles. I loved meeting people from other programs and working with unique populations who bring so much joy to the world.
Hometown: Hamilton, NY
Graduate Assistantship: Canyon State Academy
Future plans: Working as an athletic trainer at the college or secondary school setting
What you will miss most: I will miss seeing all of my classmates daily, and being able to interact with the unbelievably knowledgeable faculty regularly.
Hometown: Lee’s Summit, MO
Graduate Assistantship: Datalys Youth Sports Project
Future plans: Doctor of Athletic Training degree at Indiana State University
What will you miss most: I will miss the entire faculty and their willingness to provide guidance in both scholarship and life. I will miss the constant contributions of knowledge from classmates.
Hometown: Tucson, AZ
Graduate Assistantship: Sierra Linda High School
Future Plans: Clinical Outreach Manager at Barrow Neurologic Institute
Favorite Memory: Bart being the soleus and wearing the paper crown during class!
Hometown: San Antonio, TX
Graduate Assistantship: Tempe Preparatory Academy
Future plans: To get a job working in the college setting
What I will miss most: My classmates (cheesy I know). Even though I wasn’t close with everyone, I think that we all got along pretty well. It’s sad to think that I won’t be able to call anyone up anymore to see if they want to catch a ball game, go on a hike, or just hang out by the pool.
Hometown: Seymour, IN
Graduate Assistantship: South Mountain Community College
Future plans: Work a dual role as athletic trainer and clinical educator in collegiate athletics and earn my Doctor of Athletic Training degree.
What you will miss most: I’ll miss classes and question of the day with Bart, working and talking with Dr. Bliven, learning new rehabilitation exercises and manual therapy techniques from Danelle at South Mountain, and the “ah-ha” moments I had when old and new concepts finally connected.
Hometown: San Jose, CA
Graduate Assistantship: Arizona State University – Track
Future plans: Continue working with collegiate or professional athletics. Possibly some teaching in the future!
What you will miss most: I am going to miss the comfortable yet challenging learning environment as well as working with gifted classmates, professors, and student athletes on a daily basis.
Hometown: Dakota, IL
Graduate Assistantship: Gilbert High School
Future plans: Either obtain a terminal degree and teach or work as a clinical athletic trainer.
Favorite Memory: My favorite memories are from class with Bart. Some include question of the day, making fun of Gary, getting to know my classmates on both professional and personal levels, and working with Dr. Welch for work-study.
Hometown: Peoria, AZ
Graduate Assistantship: Phoenix Christian Preparatory
Future plans: Head Athletic Trainer at Phoenix Christian Preparatory
What you will miss most: Getting to see my classmates every day and having time set out each week to come to class to focus on learning.
Hometown: Chicago, IL
Graduate Assistantship: Brophy College Preparatory
Future plans: Work at a college and serve as a preceptor
What you will miss most: Question of the day with Bart
Hometown: Tucson, AZ
Graduate Assistantship: Xavier College Preparatory
Future plans: Athletic Trainer at Rebound Physical Therapy and possibly earn my doctorate in a few years
What you will miss most: I will miss Bart’s Pearls