Student Seminar 2018
The 2018 15th Annual MATS Student Seminar
Grand Valley State University
Huge Thank you to our Sponsors, Presenters and attendees!
The 15th annual seminar Keynote speaker is Kevin Parker, MEd, AT, ATC and Dayle Woods "Are you Really Prepared?". Break out sessions include topics on Advance Splinting, Transgender Athletes, Manual Therapy Techniques, Sexual Assault, Youth Concussion, Joint Mobilization and much more.
MATS ATSC philanthropy efforts went towards the Wes Leonard Heart Foundation. We raised over $400.00. The committee held a MATS t-shirt sale, raffle ticket sales, and open donations of which was met by MATS.
A new addition, this year, was the opportunity for a resume/CV review along with NPI sign-up by the MATS Young Professional Committee.
Pictured third on right:
2018 MATS Bowl Winners for the Second Time in a row by Lake Superior State University!!
Cheer them on as they represent Michigan in the 2019 GLATA Bowl at the GLATA Annual Winter Meeting. From left to right Sarah Ouimette (Clinical Education Coordinator), Adam Moffatt, Austin Hawks, Tanner Huotari, Joseph D. Susi II (Program Director)
Student Seminar 2017
14th ANNUAL MATS ATHLETIC TRAINING STUDENT SEMINAR
Thanks for joining! We hope you had a fun day of learning and networking!
Special Thank You to all of our presenters!
Handouts are available below:
Pictures right, from top:
Taping Competition Fundraiser
2017 MATS Bowl Winners represented by Lake Superior State University. er them on as they represent Michigan in the 2018 GLATA Bowl at the GLATA Annual Winter Meeting.
2017 Leadership Summit: The purpose of the Leadership Summit is to provide two students from each Athletic Training Program the opportunity to expand their knowledge in leadership. This year featured guest speaker Dr. Damon Arnold of Grand Valley State University. Dr. Arnold is the Director of Academic Services in the Athletic Department and a motivational speaker. Dr. Arnold spoke about his book the PyramIT of Purpose, about finding your purpose and being a leader in your field and how to encourage your athletes. Students learned what leadership style they currently possess, discuss examples of leadership stories and how it affected them on a personal level, and a guided blindfold activity focusing on leadership communication.