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Schrader Family Fellowship

The Schrader Family Fellowship is awarded to second year master's athletic training students who have made a positive impact on the athletic training program and their fellow students. Preference is given to out-of-state students.

This fellowship was created by John and Arlene Schrader. John Schrader has been a member of the School of Public Health-Bloomington faculty since 1975. He has worked extensively with virtually all IU's men's and women's athletics teams; supervises Graduate Athletic Trainers in the sports medicine facilities of IU's NCAA Division I Department of Intercollegiate Athletics; and is an excellent resource in all areas of sports medicine including injury and injury prevention, children and adolescents in athletics, nutrition, conditioning, and the treatment of orthopedic and other musculoskeletal injuries. Arlene Schrader has served the greater Bloomington community as an ardent advocate of education at all levels with a focus on elementary aged children from disadvantaged circumstances. She has utilized her education degree and teaching skills to serve as an instructional assistant in elementary schools for many years in the Monroe County Community School system.