Inside Look

Athletic Training Students Present Case Studies at Kentucky AThletic Trainers' Society Annual Symposium

Athletic training students presented several case studies at the KATS Annual Members Syposium this past weekend at Bellarmine University.  Kayla Goyette a rising senior presented "Initial Management and Expedited Care of an Acute Ankle Injury of a Football Player,   Josh Heines, ATC a graduated Senior Presented a cas of a " Female Collegiate Cross Country Runner with Chronic Kneww Pain, and Rising Senior Andrew Brubaker with Jenni Williams, MS, ATC and Anna Nicole Kamp, MD, MPH presented the case of a " Sudden Collapse of Middle School Baseball Player".&nb

Rising Senior, Adam Diamond Awarded Kentucky Athletic Trainers' Society Undergraduate Scholarship

The Kentucky Athletic Trainers' Society (KATS) awarded and recognized Adam Diamond a rising Senior in the EKU Athletic Training Education Program, as the KATS  Undergraduate Scholarship Award winner.  This is a copettive scholarship process.  Adam is an excellent student and well deserving of the KATS scholarship.    Adam recieved his scholarship at the Awards Banquet during the KATS 2012 Athletic Trainers Society Annual Symposium held June 1& 2 at Bellarmine University.

NATA Bobby Gunn Student Leadership Award Presented to ATEP Rising Senior Andrew Brubaker

Andrew Brubaker as a rising senior in the EKU Athletic Training Education Program has won the NATA's Bobby Gunn Student Leadership Award a prestigous award given to one athletic training student in each of the NATA's ten districts.  Andrew was selected by the Southeast Athletic Trainer's Association as the winner from District 9.  

Ben Myers, A Senior ATEP Student Accepts PBATS: Professional Baseball Athletic Trainer Society Summer Internship

Ben Myers a rising senior athletic training student will be spending this summer as a Professional Baseball Athletic Trainer Society (PBATS)  Intern with the Houston Astro's Organization.  Ben will report shortly after completing his finals to the Houston Astro's organization.  PBATS Internships are competitive interships that athletic training students from around the country apply for and list there top three teams including major league or minor league clubs.  Students are then selected by teams participating in the PBATS Internship program

You Can Get There From Here: A look at recent EKU Athletic Training Alumni and Where are they now!

In the Battle of Ohio,  EKU ATEP Undgraduate Alum 2011, on the left Spencer Deffner who is the Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer for Ohio University's  Baseball Team and on the Right is Jason Good, a former graduate assistant athletic trainer at EKU who graduated in 2010 with a MS in Physical Eduction Option in Exercise and Sport  Science.

EKU ATEP Students (41) Attend Southeast Athletic Trainers Association Student Conference

Forty-one students from EKU's Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP)  represented EKU at the 27th Annual Southeast Athletic Trainers Association Student Symposium.

More Opportunities for Future ATCs

October 31, 2011 Training and Condition Magzine Author: Abigail  Funk:  The Bureau of Labor Statistics has predicted that in the 10-year period from 2008 to 2018, athletic training job opportunities will grow almost 37 percent. In response, universities are looking to provide more accredited athletic training education programs  Link to full article

ATEP Student Selected for NFL Summer Internship with the Dallas Cowboys

October 31, 2011 -  Bobby Feeback who is completing his first year in the professional phase of the EKU Athletic Training Education Program,  was offered and accepted a summer intership with the Dallas Cowboys.   Bobby spent this fall applying to several NFL teams for internships and recieved an offer from the Cowboys a few days ago.    Bobby becomes the latest in a long line of EKU athletic training students to be selected for NFL Summer internships.  Over the past five years EKU athletic training students have completed summer NFL int

Changing of the Guard

Dr. Matthew Sabin

Dr. Fuchs, Director of the Athletic Training Program for the last six years, was hired as the Chair for the Department of Exercise and Science at EKU effective July 1, 2016. During his tenure as Program Director, he was instrumental in increasing student enrollment, increasing the clinical experiences of our students, and pre-emptively developing and starting the new MS in AT degree. Though his leadership within the program will be missed, his guidance and support as the chair of our department will be greatly appreciated.