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

EKU Athletic Training Alumni

In the Battle of Ohio, EKU ATEP Undergraduate 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 Education Option in Exercise and Sport  Science.

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

EKU Athletic Training Students at SEATA Athletic Training Student Symposium

Forty-one students from EKU's Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP)  represented EKU at the 27th Annual Southeast Athletic Trainers Association Student Symposium. Group Picture of Athletic Training Students at SEATA Conference EKU ATEP students attended various lectures and hands on labs with 800 plus other athletic training students from across the country.

More Opportunities for Future ATCs

EKU Athletic Training on the Sideline

In an article written by Abigail Funk in the October issue of Training and Condition, the future employment opportunities of athletic trainers are discussed. 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

EKU Athletic Training Student Bobby Feeback

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.

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.

Congratulations to 2012 ATEP Grad's

EKU Athletic Training 2012 Graduates

The EKU ATEP wants to congratulate the 2012 program graduates and wish them well as many head off to graduate school and others to start their athletic training career in their first positions.   The class of 2012 will be headed off to graduate assistant athletic training positions at  Indiana University,  Boston University, East Tennessee State University,  Hughston Clinic Athletic Training Fellowship, Marshall University, University of the Cumberlands, and a few will be starting their athletic training careers. The EKU ATEP looks forward to our new Alumn

Athletic Training Students Honored at the Exercise & Sport Science Department Awards Ceremony

EKU Athletic Training Students Receive Awards

Sophomore Kelsey Neuman, was honored first, as the Exercise & Sport Science Department Outstanding Sophomore and then was presented with the Charles "Turkey Hughes" Award which comes with a monetary award and is a competitive award where one candidate from the Department of Health Promotion and Administrations and  one from the Department of Exercise and Sport Science are interviewed by a joint committee who then select the winner.

Athletic Training Salaries on the Rise According to Latest Survey

by Russell Crowe November NATA News 2011: The following data was obtained from 6,968 responses collected via NATA’s online survey over the course of several months. All figures represent full-time positions only. The salaries represented do not include bonuses or benefits.

Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees Can Lead to a Recession-Proof Career in Athletic Training

EKU Athletic Training on the Field
[Aug. 17, 2011] According to a Report in US News & World Reports by By Catherine Groux Posted August 17, 2011 03:20 PM For the past few years, the shaky economic situation has been at the forefront of American news. This led many potential degree seekers to worry about finding a job after graduation, or the debt they will face if they enroll in a college or university.
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