Paige Attaway

email: lpa022@latech.edu

I am a graduate student pursuing a Masters of Science in Kinesiology (Sport Administration track). I received my Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology from The University of Mississippi in May of 2017. While getting my undergraduate degree, I was involved in athletics as an ambassador for the Ole Miss baseball program, otherwise known as a Diamond Girl. I also helped raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network through numerous philanthropy events hosted by my sorority. I am currently a graduate assistant in the Kinesiology Department here at Louisiana Tech. My hobbies include traveling, meeting new people, and spending time with family. After graduating, I plan to further my schooling and receive a PHD in Clinical Psychology. My goal is to eventually become a collegiate Sport Psychologist, with hopes of one day moving up to the professional level.

 

Dakota Hill

email: dhh008@latech.edu


Mr. Dakota Hill is a Fall 2016 LA Tech graduate with Bachelors degree in health and physical education. He has also received several awards:Louisiana Tech Kinesiology Outstanding Student Award 2016, Louisiana Tech LAHPERD Outstanding Student Award 2016, LAHPERD Outstanding Future Professional Award 2016/2017, Louisiana Tech Outstanding Graduate Performance Award 2017









Ms. Kourtney Jones


Ms. Kourtney Jones is a graduate student pursuing a Master of Science in Kinesiology (Sports Performance). She received her Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Spring Hill College in May of 2017. While at Spring Hill College she received several academic and athletic awards:
 Honorable Mention for Undergraduate Research Symposium, 2016 
· Commissioner’s All-Academic Team for Track & Field, 2016 & 2017 
· Varsity Letter Award for Track & Field, 2016 & 2017 
· All-South Region Honors: 2015 NCAA Division II Outdoors Track & Field, 2015 
She is currently a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Department of Kinesiology at Louisiana Tech University. Also, Kourtney is a summer league Track/Field assistant coach for Mobile Parks and Recreation coaching the hurdles, triple jump, and sprints. Her hobbies include weightlifting, training for track and field meets, and spending time with friends/family. After graduating Kourtney plans to attend professional school in Sports Performance and conduct research on enhancing performance in Track & Field.





Mr. Travis Self

email: ths011latech.edu

Mr. Travis Self is a graduate student pursuing a Master of Science in Kinesiology in the Sports Performance concentration. He received his undergraduate degree in Sports and Exercise Science with a concentration in Human Performance from the University of Central Florida in the Summer of 2017. He is presently a Graduate Assistant in the kinesiology department, and teaches weight training and aerobic conditioning. He holds the CSCS certification through the NSCA, and a USAW level 1 certification through USA Weightlifting. After graduating, he would like to go on to pursue a PhD in Sports Performance.