UIndy athletic training prof garners two honors from GLATA
Dr. Craig Voll, assistant professor in the Athletic Training program at the University of Indianapolis, recently received two honors from the Great Lakes Athletic Trainers’ Association (GLATA).
In mid-December 2016, Voll was elected the GLATA District IV District Director. This position represents the states of Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota and is a member of the Board of Directors of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. Previously, Voll has served as president of the Indiana Athletic Trainers’ Association and president of GLATA.
In the beginning of January 2017, Voll received the GLATA Dedicated Service Award, which recognizes members who have demonstrated a superior level of excellence in managing and completing project(s) assigned by the GLATA Executive Committee, with the goal and outcome of creating a positive image of the GLATA and/or who have assisted the Executive Committee in furthering the goals and vision of the GLATA Leadership. The Dedicated Service Award is one of the highest awards a GLATA member can receive.
“It is a true privilege to have Craig on faculty in the Athletic Training Program at UIndy,” said Dr. Christine Lauber, director of the Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) program. “His commitment to and passion for athletic training is contagious! Our students are fortunate to learn from and with one of the leaders of not only the GLATA but also the NATA. Craig is a true example of UIndy’s motto, ‘Education for Service.’ He is very deserving of the GLATA Dedicated Service Award.”
In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Voll is the clinical education coordinator in the MSAT program.