The Athletic Training Students’ Association (ATSA) consists of students enrolled in the athletic training program. ATSA is involved in both university and community activities. The students in ATSA work with a variety of athletic events from the university to high school settings.
Athletic Trainers (ATs) are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians. The services provided by ATs comprise prevention, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions. For more information go to www.nata.org.
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We are the local chapter of the national health education and health promotion honorary society, Eta Sigma Gamma. We serve to recognize outstanding health education and promotion undergraduate and graduate students, as well as give our members practical experience with health program planning, implementation, and evaluation. Initiation criteria for the Delta Xi chapter include: major or concentration in health education and health promotion, a minimum GPA (3.0 in the major for undergraduates and 3.2 for graduates), and active participation in our sister organization, Hands in Health.
Hands in Health is open to any interested UA student. The purpose of this student organization is to advance the professional competency and dedication of individual members with an interest in health and wellness. Hands in Health provides undergraduate and graduate students opportunities to gain experience in health-related service, teaching, advocacy, and research. Contact Information Dr. Jen Nickelson, Faculty Advisor email@example.com (205) 348-3715