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Elene Adler

Elene Adler

Concussion Center Intern

Office: Reed Gym 201

208-282-4852

adleelen@isu.edu

Elene Adler is from Blackfoot Idaho. She is a mother, wife, a Navy vet, and a full-time student. Elene's major is Physical Education with an emphasis in Exercise Science. Elene plans to receive her Masters in Athletic Trainer from Idaho State University.  She hopes to either work with the military in the United States or move to Australia and work with the sports teams. Elene is the Career Path Intern for the Concussion Center.  

Paula Arinze

Paula Arinze

Marketing and Finance Intern

Office: Reed Gym 201

208-282-4852

arinpaul@isu.edu

Paula Onyekachukwu Arinze is currently the Finance and Marketing Intern of the SSPE department. She is from Delta state but was born and raised in Cross River and Lagos State Nigeria. She is obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration and a minor in Business Administration with the intent of pursuing a dual Masters after graduation. Paula enjoys warm weather, reading and writing fanfiction, watching anime and trying new things.

Hannah Wright

Hannah Wright

Human Performance Lab Intern

Office: Reed Gym 125

208-282-3727

wrighann@isu.edu

Hannah was born and raised in Aberdeen, Idaho and graduated from Aberdeen High School in 2016. She is currently a full time student at Idaho State University; pursuing an Honors Bachelor’s of Science degree in Physical Education with an emphasis in Exercise Sciences. Hannah began working with Dr. Meyers in Jan. 2018 on a research study that looks at cardiac and blood pressure abnormalities among collegiate athletes. She started as a Career Path Intern in the Human Performance Lab in the Fall 2018 semester. Working is the lab has given her the opportunity to expand her horizons and uncovered a love for cardiology. Hannah’s career goals are to get into a Physician Assistant program, then become a PA in cardiology specializing in surgical procedures or pediatrics. When she is not “camped out” in the lab Hannah enjoys running, swimming, kayaking, and generally anything active.

Donovan Robinson

Donovan Robinson

Human Performance Lab Intern

Office: Reed Gym 125

208-282-3721

robilanc@isu.edu

Donovan Robinson is a skier of mountains, a hiker of hills, kayaker of wild rivers, and a haver of good times. He is currently studying Exercise Science with a minor in Outdoor Education. He hopes to further his education as a Physician's Assistant or Physical Therapist by providing a service to his patients through an outdoor experience. Donovan grew up in Cody, Wyoming, then spent his first year of college in Bozeman, Montana. He then transferred to Idaho State University to finish his undergraduate degree. As a senior graduating next Fall, he works in the Human Perfromance Lab along with researching how wildland firefighters cope with the stressful demands of the job.

Bo Scott

Bo Scott

Human Performance Lab Intern

Office: Reed Gym 125

208-282-3727

scotbo@isu.edu

Bo Scott was born and raised in Pocatello, ID. His hobbies include skiing and lifting weights. Bo is currently a senior at ISU and will be graduating next fall with a Bachelors of Science in Physical Education with Exercise Science Emphasis. Bo will start the Nursing program in spring of 2020 and continue on to be a Nurse Practitioner. 

Jennifer McCaw

Jennifer McCaw

Human Performance Lab Intern

Office: Reed Gym 125

208-282-3727

mccajen3@isu.edu

Jennifer McCaw is a senior from Pahrump, Nevada and will be graduating this May with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Physical Education with an emphasis in Exercise Science. She played for the ISU women's soccer team for four years and was named team most valuable player in 2016 and team captain in 2017. After her soccer career was over, she started as a Career Path Intern in the Human Performance Lab in January 2018. Jennifer's career goals are to become an athletic trainer, get into a Physician Assistant program, then become a PA in orthopedics. She is now working with Dr. Meyers on a research study that looks at cardiac and blood pressure abnormalities among female collegiate athletes.

Leila Riley

Leila Riley

Equipment Room Intern

Office: Reed Gym 205

208-282-3967

rileleil@isu.edu

Leila Riley is the CPI for the SSPE Equipment Room. She is a graduate student in the Athletic Administration Masters program. She received her Bachelor's degree from the University of Idaho in Exercise Science and Health. Her hometown is a few hours north of U of I in a small town called Athol.  She plans on continuing working with athletic equipment and wants to work her way up to an Athletics Director.