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College of Graduate Health Studies: Kinesiology

Resources for DNP students | A.T. Still University - College of Graduate Health Studies

Welcome

FROM THE CHAIR

Welcome to the Kinesiology program! We are excited to have you join us here at A.T. Still University and look forward to another exciting year!

We have put together this site to allow access to information, documents and materials while we are working on getting your Student IDs and Passwords, which will then give you full access to the classes and other resources needed throughout the program.

This website will also be a great reference for you throughout the program, coupled with the ATSU Portal.

Please take a moment to look over the information so you will know what to expect in the coming days.

Thank you!

Tracie Rogers, PhD

Program Chair, Kinesiology MS Program

Kinesiology Team Info

Tracie Rogers, PhD - Program Chair, Kinesiology MS Program

480.219.6045  

tjrogers@atsu.edu

 

Jodi Gamm, MBAAcademic Advisor

660.626.2998

jodigamm@atsu.edu

 

Sarah Everman, PhD - Associate Professor

480.219.6125  

severman@atsu.edu

 

Sheri Walters, PT, DPT, MS, SCS, ATC, CSCS - Assistant Professor

slwalters@atsu.edu

 

Matt Rhea, PhD - Professor

mrhea@atsu.edu

 

Program Competencies

KINE 1: Understand and apply the sciences of kinesiology, including anatomy, physiology and biomechanics, and use this knowledge to assess the performance and function of human physical activity.

KINE 2: Engage in evidence-based practice through evaluation and application of peer-reviewed research in program assessment, design, and progression.

KINE 3: Design client-appropriate training programs that meet the needs of unique population groups.

KINE 4: Demonstrate leadership and professionalism in all aspects of the health and wellness industry.

Student Service/Accomplishments

Use this form to help us keep track of your community service activities, accomplishments, publications, presentations, etc.

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