Tag: athletic training

‘The Maine Question’: The evolution of athletic training and how UMaine’s program is evolving with it

On the latest episode of “The Maine Question,” host Ron Lisnet welcomes Christopher Nightingale, director of the University of Maine Athletic Training program, along with assistant professors of athletic training Alicia Lacy and Shannon Wright, and senior athletic training major Katie Brittain to discuss the work of athletic trainers, how the field has evolved and the learning opportunities available through the university’s program.

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News outlets share release on new MSAT program

The Bangor Daily News and Penobscot Bay Pilot republished the University of Maine’s news release about the College of Education and Human Development offering a new Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) degree.

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UMaine launches new master’s program in athletic training

The University of Maine’s College of Education and Human Development is now offering a Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) degree that prepares students to join the growing allied health profession providing acute care, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation, as well as prevention from injuries and illness.

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Day’Quan Wallace: Outstanding Graduate Student in KPE

Day’Quan Wallace has been a graduate student in the School of Kinesiology Physical Education and Athletic Training for the past three years. He has been a graduate assistant for lecturer in health education and lifespan Jennifer McNulty for two of those years.

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College of Education and Human Development announces annual student, faculty-staff awards

Miranda Snyder of Brimfield, Massachusetts, a secondary education major with a concentration in English, is the 2021 Outstanding Graduating Student in the College of Education and Human Development. The college also honored Blanca Millan-Modia of Santiago de Compostela, Spain, a kinesiology and physical education major with a concentration in exercise science, as this year’s Outstanding Graduating International Student, and Jamie Jones of Bangor, Maine, a child development and family relations major with a concentration in early childhood education, with the Dean’s Award.

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