The Kent Scriber Fund

Funds curricular program and extra academic and research initiatives

About the Kent Scriber Athletic Training Fund

This is a picture of Kent Scribner. He is wearing a blue shirt and tan pants. He is holding the ankle of an athlete seated on an examining table and appears to be speaking with the athlete, likely about any injury

In order to honor the legacy, commitment and productivity of the program's founder and patriarch, the Kent Scriber Athletic Training Fund (KSF) was created in 2014 to help fund curricular programming and extra academic initiatives, professional growth and education of students, staff and faculty, and student and faculty research projects that are not always covered with normal operating expenses within the Athletic Training Education Program. The KSF supports student research and attendance at professional conferences like NYSATA, EATA and NATA. It also supports invited professional speakers to advance our knowledge of current issues in the field. Finally, it funds extra curricular programming like events and activities for our EquAT and InclusivAT initiative. These initiatives were started in 2016-17 to better address professional and academic issues germane to diversity and inclusion.

In 2017, we started the Emerging Clinical Scholar Grant Program to help support and advance the research interests and clinical skill sets of high achieving athletic training majors. To date, the KSF has awarded funding to numerous deserving senior athletic training majors to attend a nationally renowned sport concussion conference in Chapel Hill, North Carolina (spring 2017), a public health forum in Brussels, Belgium, and a Baseball Injuries course in Phoenix, AZ (both, winter 2018). The fund also supports the newly created Michael Matheny Excellence in Clinical Education Award, which we instituted to recognize our outstanding, dedicated and hard working Clinical Faculty and Preceptors.

Interested in Donating?

The KSF is funded through the generous donations of alumni, students, families, faculty and program supporters, student led fundraising efforts, and via the Kent Scriber Advanced Clinical Update Series, our annual BOC approved EBM continuing education course offered each January for certified athletic trainers by the faculty and students of the program.

You can donate online to make your tax deductible donation in just a few minutes time!

Don't forget to put in the "Kent Scriber Fund" after clicking on the "Give to Area of Your Choice" button! In advance, THANK YOU!

Events and Initiatives Funded

  • Travel & registration expenses for Diana Zaichenko, Class of 2018 to attend the 2018 PBATS Baseball Medicine Conference in Glendale, AZ.
  • Registration and lodging expenses for Hannah Robison, Class of 2018 to attend the 2018 Model United Nations Public Health Forum in Brussels, Belgium.
  • Travel & registration expenses for Jacob Powell, Class of 2017 (above, with Dr. Robert Cantu) to attend the 4th Matthew Gfeller Sport-Related Neurotrauma Symposium (first Emerging Clinical Scholar Grant)
  • Purchased supplies and equipment for the program to teach and train students how to perform fascial therapy and cupping techniques
  • Symposium registration fees for 15 students to attend the 2017 & 2018 Annual EATA Conferences in Philadelphia & Boston in order to present their student-faculty research projects
  • Travel expenses for Miriam Rosenthal, ATC (Class of 2016) to attend 2016 Annual NATA Annual Convention in Baltimore to present her research project

Questions?

Paul Geisler
Program Director, Athletic Training
G71 Hill Center
Ithaca College
953 Danby Road
Ithaca, NY 14850

(607) 274-3006