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February 2014

AT Program Director, Dr. Eric J. Fuchs, ATC, EMT invited to back to serve as part of United States Olympic Committee Volunteer Medical Staff

Dr. Fuchs, EKU's AT Program Director will be leaving next week to work as a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee Sports Medicine Volunteer Medical Staff and will be working at the Chula Vista U.S. Olympic Training Center for two weeks March 2-16, 2014.  This will be Dr. Fuchs, third time serving as a U.S. Olympic Committee Sports Medicine Staff Medical Volunteer, his first service was in 2000 where he worked at the U.S. Olympic Training Center (USOTC) at Colorado Springs and was invited back in September of 2012 again serving at the USOTC in Colorado Springs.

Ryan Madaleno a Junior AT Program Student was Awarded the SEATA Family Scholarship

Ryan Madaleno will be recognized at the Annual Southeast Athletic Trainers Association Clinical Symposium March 14-16, 2014 at the Crown Plaza Ravinia Hotel, Atlanta, GA.  Ryan Madaleno is the son of Jim Madaleno, MS, ATC who is in his eighth year as director of sports medicine at the University of Kentucky and his 16th year as the head athletic trainer for the University of Kentukcy football team.  Ryan is continuing on in his father's footsteps as he pursues a career in athletic training.  This scholarship is awarded to family members of SEATA members.

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