Students

August 26, 2015 by Beth Sitzler
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In May, University of Pittsburgh athletic training student Whitney Rowley spent two weeks in Peru, where she worked with special needs children in the psychomotor room of the Clinica San Juan de Dios and volunteered with Peru for Life, a nonprofit...
May 12, 2015 by JordanG
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When we were interviewing our newest Hall of Fame inductees for the May NATA News, we asked them to share advice for young ATs who are just getting started in this profession. Why not learn from the best of the best, right? Read on to see what these...
March 24, 2015 by JordanG
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By Jeremy Hawkins, PhD, ATC, ATP Director, Colorado Mesa University In my last blog pos t I encouraged you as athletic training students to pay attention to the little things that help you become an athletic trainer. Ideas included to be present,...
March 20, 2015 by JordanG
We're starting a new series where we spotlight an athletic trainer or AT student each month. Our first AT spotlight is Chelsea Davis, a senior AT student (who just passed her certification exam!) at Montclair State University.
October 14, 2014 by JordanG
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By Jeremy Hawkins, PhD, ATC In 1871, Philip P. Bliss, an American composer and conductor, published the following: Brightly beams our Father’s mercy, From His lighthouse evermore, But to us He gives the keeping Of the lights along the shore. Refrain...
August 12, 2014 by NATA Admin
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By Jeremy Hawkins, PhD, ATC I have three boys who love to play baseball. As a parent who tries to be involved as much as possible in their individual pursuits, I am at times asked to do things tha are out of my comfort zone; umpiring a baseball game...