About the Instructors
Beth Kinslow, MS LAT
Kinslow is in her fifth year at UW-Stevens Point and will serve as an Athletic Trainer for the 2013-14 academic year.
A 2002 graduate of UWSP, Kinslow holds a bachelor’s degree in athletic training along with a master’s in exercise & sport psychology from Oregon State.
Kinslow is a member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association, Wisconsin Athletic Trainers Association and the Great Lakes Athletic Association.
A native of Fall River, Wis., Kinslow resides in Plover with her husband, Mark and sons, Carter, 2, and Lincoln, born in January 2013.
Danelle Smith, MA LAT
Danelle Smith is in her second year as the clinical coordinator for athletic training at UW-Stevens Point.
Prior to UW-Stevens Point, Smith spent 10 years at Buena Vista University in Storm Lake, Iowa. She spent last year as BVU’s athletic training education program director, instructing in the athletic training education program and the exercise science department.
Before accepting that position, Smith spent nine seasons as a clinical education coordinator, assistant athletic trainer and assistant professor at Buena Vista where she taught several classes as well as oversaw the athletic training needs of the volleyball, women’s basketball and men’s tennis teams.
Smith also spent time as an assistant athletic trainer at the University of Evansville in Indiana from 1999-2002 and at Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell, S.D., from 1997-99 where she also served as the head volleyball coach.
Smith holds a master’s degree in athletic training from Western Michigan University and received her bachelor’s degree in physical education from UW-Oshkosh.
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