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Sermons On Unusual Subjects, And Compendious View Of The Prophecies In The Pentateuch
James Melville M'Culloch, James Rankin
W. Blackwood, 1884
Dr. James Rankin is the Program Director for The University of Toledo's CAAHEP-accredited undergraduate athletic training education program. He has been at UT since 1984 and a Certified Athletic Trainer since 1975. He obtained his Bachelor's degree from The University of Michigan in 1972, his Master's degree from Western Michigan University in 1974 and his Doctorate from Michigan State University in exercise science with a minor in anatomy in 1983. Dr. Rankin is a licensed athletic trainer in Ohio. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association, the Great Lakes Athletic Trainers Association, the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association, the American College of Sports Medicine and the Midwest Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine. Dr. Rankin is co-author (with Dr. Christopher Ingersoll (Ph.D. from UT, 1989)) of Athletic Training Management, now in second edition by McGraw-Hill.
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