W. Ben Kibler, MD and EKU's AT faculty member Aaron Sciascia, PhD, ATC, PES, edit the first comprehensive book focused on the evaluation and management of scapular disorders titled, Disorders of the Scapula and Their Role in Shoulder Injury!
EKU's newest addition to the Exercise & Sport Science Faculty member in the Athletic Training Program, Aaron Sciascia, was nominated and elected as President-Elect of the American Society of Shoulder and Elbow Therapists (ASSET) at their most recent meeting.
From Bachelor's to Master's: The Degree Saga Concludes for EKU AT Program
On May 1, 2015, EKU’s Athletic Training Program began the process of transitioning from a BS in AT to a MS in AT degree by seeking a substantive change in degree from the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE).
Effective July 1st, 2016, the department of Exercise & Sports Science welcomes a new department chair as Dr. Eric J. Fuchs succeeds Dr. Jack Rutherford, who has served the department with distinction as faculty member and chair for twenty years.
The inaugral cohort in the MS in AT program at Eastern Kentucky University participated in EKU's first ever MS in AT Clinical Induction Ceremony. Many healthcare professionals participate in similar traditions, marking the readiness of students to begin the educational process that includes patient care.