Athletic Training

By Emalee Johnson
CHS contributor

Emalee Johnson, a native of London, Ky., is in Athletic Training, Class of 2022. She spent the fall participating in an Immersion Trip with the Louisville Ballet. The following are her thoughts on what the trip meant to her.

My time spent on my immersion trip was absolutely incredible.

Athletic Training

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

April’s arm muscles bulged and strained.

Her teeth clenched. And, with the help of the exoskeleton, she struggled to stand on shaky, unfeeling legs. Slowly, and with a seemingly superhuman effort, she pulled and pushed and willed herself out of her sitting position.

The crowd that had gathered around her exploded in cheers. They clapped their hands, and some wiped away tears. Few were prepared as to how emotional the presentation would be.

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AT student wins SEATA scholarship

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Angela Huston was a Kinesiology major at UK before she considered graduate school in the College of Health Sciences Athletic Training program.

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AT Alumna Wasn’t Sure What She’d Find in Kentucky

5 Questions with … Ariel Allman, MS, MBA, LAT, ATC, CEAS-I, CSCS

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Ariel Allman says she never considered coming to Kentucky for school. In fact, she never considered coming to Kentucky for anything.

Athletic Training

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

We are so proud to share the news that Ke’La Porter, MS, LAT, ATC, CSCS, who serves as the student member of the DEI Committee, has been selected as the graduate student recipient of the inaugural Leadership Legacy award presented by the MLK Center. The Leadership Legacy Award is given to both an undergraduate and graduate student who embody the spirit of Dr. King’s legacy of thoughtful leadership and trailblazing vision. Award winners have demonstrated evidence of the following:

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By Ryan Clark and Ellee Sidebottom
CHS Contributors

When Jacob Jelmini came to Kentucky, he knew three things about the state: horses, basketball and bourbon. He’d soon find out a lot more.

Athletic Training

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Athletic Training

By Ellee Sidebottom
CHS Contributor

Ke’La Porter is the only student in the College of Health Sciences to be awarded the Lyman T. Johnson Postdoctoral Fellowship in 2021. She received the award for her outstanding research in the Rehabilitation and Health Sciences PhD Program.

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Congratulations go out to all of our College of Health Sciences 2021 Award Winners!

Our College is amazing because of our faculty and staff. Thank you for all you do. 

 

Senior Investigator Award

Chris Fry, PhD
Associate Professor in Athletic Training and Clinical Nutrition
Center for Muscle Biology

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