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JSU Master’s in Athletic Training student, Ben Truett, recognized by the American Kinesiology Association

JSU Student Ben Truett

JSU Kinesiology student, Ben Truett, has been awarded the American Kinesiology Association's (AKA) Masters Scholar Award! These annual scholar awards honor a select number of students who’s academic and leadership records are distinctive. The award recognizes and promotes academic excellence, furthers the professional competence and dedication of academically accomplished students, and to promote kinesiology and its related fields. As a local recipient of this award, Ben will become a nominee for the national award.
Ben Truett is a JSU graduate student in the Master’s of Athletic Training program. Ben is from Cedartown, Georgia and holds an undergraduate degree in exercise science from Kennesaw State University. Currently, his clinical placement is with JSU Football. His future career plan is to become an athletic trainer within a local high school near Cedartown. The JSU Department of Kinesiology extends a well deserved “congratulations” on this academic achievement.

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