A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences (ATSU-ASHS) Athletic Training program faculty members Kenneth Lam, ScD, ATC, and Tasha Anderson, AT, received awards at the January meeting of the Arizona Athletic Training Association (AzATA) earlier this year.
Dr. Lam, associate professor, received the AzATA Service Award. This award is given to an outstanding athletic trainer for their continued efforts, time, and skills relating to the improvement of the profession. Dr. Lam’s efforts include serving on committees, working with licensure boards, and serving as an officer within the AzATA.
Anderson, an instructor at ATSU-ASHS, received the Warren H. Lee Athletic Trainer of the Year Award. This award is given to an individual who has helped elevate the status of the athletic training profession at the state level and set themselves apart as an outstanding professional in the field. The award is meant for an individual who has contributed to the profession, the association, their place of employment, and the community beyond the call of duty.
Congratulations Dr. Lam and instructor Anderson!