Clinical Associate Professor

Professor Kit Vreeland is a nationally certified and Vermont licensed athletic trainer. As a clinical associate professor for the Department of Rehabilitation and Movement Science, she teaches various first- and second-year courses for the athletic training education program. Professor Vreeland is also the athletic trainer for UVM club sports, providing and managing coverage for high- and medium-risk sports. She works closely with the men’s and women’s rugby teams, and provides consultation on injury prevention, evaluation, management, and rehabilitation for all UVM club sport athletes.

In addition to her responsibilities at UVM, Professor Vreeland is active in the community as an athletic trainer providing services by contracting out either personally or through area clinics to cover local events and teams. This has included coverage at various colleges, high schools, clubs, and leagues within northern Vermont, including St. Michael’s College, Champlain College, and Winooski High School. Outside of teaching and athletic training, her interests include participating in individual sports and team athletics. She’s an avid hiker, mountain biker, skier, basketball player, adventure racer, and runner. Vermont provides the perfect setting for her activities - so you may run into her hiking in the backcountry or on the slopes.

Awards and Recognition

  • Nominated for UVM Graduate Teaching Fellow of the Year, 2008

Associations and Affiliations

  • National Athletic Trainers' Association
  • Vermont Association of Athletic Trainers
  • National Academy of Sports Medicine, Performance Enhancement Specialist
  • American Red Cross Certified Instructor: Emergency Medical Response
  • American Red Cross Certified Instructor: CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer
Kathryn Vreeland, M.B.A., ATC

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

  • Academic effects of concussion on college students

Education

  • Ed.D., University of Vermont
  • M.B.A., University of Vermont
  • B.S., Sports Medicine, Castleton State College

Contact

Phone:
  • (802) 656-2067
Office Location:

310E Rowell Building

Courses Taught

  • RMS 157 - Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries
  • AT 155 – Emergency Response in Athletic Training
  • AT 158 - Fundamentals of Athletic Training
  • AT 159 - Practicum I in Athletic Training
  • AT 160 - Practicum II in Athletic Training
  • AT 168 – Directed Observation in Athletic Training
  • AT 169 – Clinical Experience in AT I
  • AT 170 – Clinical Experience in AT II