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Athletic Training professor in FSU Top 10 “Most Helpful”

A top-10 list of FSU’s “most helpful” professors included athletic training professor, Michele Garber. Curated by students, individuals were selected through recommendations made by students and advisors.

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“Talking about the theory behind motion in athletic activity can be complicated, but she was very thorough and excellent at breaking down concepts in a way that could be understood.”

Students in this major can sometimes take the competition off the playing field and into the classroom. Because of this, you want to find a professor who you’ll find helpful and great at explaining difficult subjects. Cue Professor Garber.

“Talking about the theory behind motion in athletic activity can be complicated, but she was very thorough and excellent at breaking down concepts in a way that could be understood,” said FSU sophomore Emma Vargas. You won’t want to miss out on finding that in a professor. “She also made sure to illustrate concepts by having us practice. In other words, she emphasized the tactile side of education, that it’s not just sitting and listening,” Vargas said.

Garber gives you the knowledge while also making it practical and applicable to the real world, making her a great professor.


Featured @ collegemagazine.com by Rebecca Masch. Read the full article here.