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Dr. Danielsen and Gerry Keenan receive 2017 Award of Excellence from the USA-Karate Arizona ASO

January 30, 2017
Posted In: ASHS, Faculty & Staff Headlines, Physician Assistant

Randy Danielsen, PhD, PA, DFAAPA, dean, A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences (ATSU-ASHS), and Gerry Keenan, MMS, PA-C, associate professor, ATSU-ASHS Department of Physician Assistant Studies,  were honored at the 2016 USA-Karate Arizona ASO award banquet on Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017 with the 2017 Award of Excellence.

They were awarded in appreciation for the medical services and support provided the organization over the past year. Keenan serves as the director of the medical event team at tournaments and many ATSU-ASHS students, faculty, and alumni provide first aid at karate tournaments. USA Karate Arizona ASO (501c3 nonprofit corporation) is the approved sports organization for USA Karate in the state of Arizona dedicated to giving all Arizona youth the opportunity to learn life skills from traditional karate.

“It is an honor,” Dr. Danielsen said, “to serve such an important organization because of the great work they do in the community.”

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