Bryan Gatzke, MS, is the division chair for Graceland’s health and movement science program.
At the end of the game, with just a few minutes left on the clock, Tara (Eskridge) Grubbs ʼ05 ran across the field to attend to the opposing team’s player who was down. When Christian Lerma collapsed, Grubbs instinctively thought it was a concussion, a common reaction from a hit during a soccer game, but the players surrounding him claimed he hadn’t been hit.
GRACELAND WAS THE RIGHT PLACE FOR ME BECAUSE I FELT LIKE THE WHOLE SCHOOL WAS TRYING TO HELP ME BE SUCCESSFUL.
During the Spring 2015 semester, Corrective Exercise and Performance Enhancement interns, supervised by Chad McDole in the Division of Health & Movement Sciences, are offering members of the Graceland community an opportunity to achieve their optimal level of health.
“Every single person in the athletic training major really just wants to see students succeed."
It was an accident that got Morgan Bradford '12 interested in Residence Life.
Brandon Fletcher '11 came to Graceland because of SPECTACULAR camp. "It's that simple," he says.