Congratulations to Athletic Training seniors Susanna Goodell-Fields, Mackenzie Snyder, and Kara Wehmyer on passing the Board of Certification exam on their first attempt!
The first Master of Athletic Training (MAT) cohort started on July 2. The students have been taking Introduction to Athletic Training, Emergency Care, Preclinical, and Taping, Wrapping, and Bracing courses. They will begin clinical work the beginning of August assisting with football.
On June 17-24, 2018, Truman held its annual Summer Talent Academy for Professions in Health (STAPH) camp. This year, the camp was co-directed by Dr. Brandy Schneider and Jana Arabas of the HES department. The preceptors were HES students Sammy Garrett, Mitch Nichols, and Allison Politsch. 25 students attended the camp to learn about a […]
Please join the Health & Exercise Science Department in congratulating Dr. Nancy Daley-Moore on being the recipient of the 2018 William O’Donnell Lee Advising Award! This is an impressive accomplishment for Nancy and a deserved recognition of how she is making a difference as a professor.
After I graduated from Truman, I entered the Occupational Therapy (OT) program at Rockhurst University. Going into graduate school, I felt very confident about my educational background. Coursework through the HES program at Truman gave me the foundational knowledge that prepared me to excel in graduate level courses. Truman also has a strong reputation among […]
HES Alumni, Kirk Marsh, is having the time of his life performing as a circus clown for Circus Venardos! In an article written about Circus Vernados, the following was said of Marsh: “Circus clown Kirk Marsh has been on and off with Circus Venardos for two years. Like many others at Venardos, Marsh shares a […]
Jamie Fitzpatrick, ES (’18), has been awarded a NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. Created in 1964, the scholarship promotes and encourages graduate education by rewarding the Association’s most accomplished student-athletes through their participation in NCAA championship and/or emerging sports. Athletics and academic achievements, campus involvement, community service, volunteer activities and demonstrated leadership are evaluated. An equitable approach […]
Exercise Science senior Jessica Carlson traveled to Belize over winter break for AMSA’s 8-day medical mission trip. The purpose of the trip was to provide medical care to Belizean communities in need. This trip was an international servicing learning trip provided by ISL. In Belize the students were able to serve the community and also […]
As a transfer student, I sought a reputable and established program that would allow me to achieve my educational goals within a specific time frame. My education in Health Science at Truman far exceeded my expectations and provided me with a strong foundation that has been essential in shaping the professional I am today. I continue […]
Elijah Farrales is an avid cup stacker, and has been from a young age. He is a Junior Exercise Science major and an Admissions Ambassador, as well as a member of the Track and Field team. Elijah aspires to enter the medical field and to use his knowledge to help others live fuller lives. **Elijah […]