"I am a PhD student in the Kinesiology Program at Oregon State University with a concentration in Neuromechanics and working with Dr. Marc Norcross. I am also a teaching assistant for the Lifetime Fitness for Health course, and lab instructor for the Therapeutic Modality class for pre-therapy and allied health undergraduate students."
In her own words:
"The MSAT program at UT Arlington is the place that helped me settle down in the US. The MSAT faculty created a friendly and welcoming environment for learning and exploring new knowledge. Their doors are always open to students, and willing to assist students to grow and become successful, not only for our academic performance, but also our personal development. The experience gained at UT-Arlington shaped who I am now and inspired me to pursue a PhD to become a well-rounded educator.
Just like the one of the most inspiring quotes from Dr. Trowbridge’s class: 'The higher you climb, the more that you see. The more that you see, the less that you know. The less that you know, the more that you yearn. The more that you yearn, the higher you climb.' – Dan Fogelberg
UT Arlington’s MSAT program led and assisted me to climb higher and expand my horizon. The more I’ve learned, the more prepared I am for different challenges in the future!"