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Jay A. Bradley, M.Ed., is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology. He is an expert in the areas of athletic training, sports medicine, and first aid. Through his service to the profession of athletic training, he has been honored by being named to four hall of fames as an athletic trainer—Indiana Athletic Trainers Association (IATA), Ball State’s Cardinal Ring of Honor, Pike HS Alumni Hall of Fame, and IUPUI Athletics’ Hall of Fame. He’s been at the IUPUI campus for nearly 40 years. Prior to IUPUI, he was employed at a clinic that became Methodist Sports Medicine and before that he was at the University of Cincinnati for nine years. He received his master’s degree from the University of Cincinnati in 1979 and his bachelor’s degree from Ball State in 1971. He presently serves as the director of internship programs and college camp for the kinesiology department. As director of internship programs, he provides students with exciting and rewarding experiences concluding their academic program. He has been an instructor in first aid and CPR for both the American Red Cross and the American Heart Association for 40 years. Reaching the level of national faculty for the American Red Cross.
Some of the athletic achievements of Bradley which earned him recognition in four hall of fames were: a founding father of the IATA, a four-term treasurer for the IATA, the head athletic trainer for the first four White River Park State Games, the head host athletic trainer for the 1987 Pan American Games, the head host athletic trainer for the 1988 Olympic Track and Field Trials, an athletic trainer for 45 special basketball events over 25 years for NIKE Basketball, and a volunteer for 15 years at the National Athletic Trainers Association’s Annual Clinical Symposium as exhibits chair. Bradley has also been a guest speaker at numerous Sports Medicine Clinics and authored several articles.