April 18, 2011
Director of sports medicine honored by alma mater
Baldwin City, Kan. — Lynn Bott, director of sports medicine at Baker University, was recently inducted into the Emporia State University HPER (Health, Physical Education, Recreation) Alumni Hall of Honor.
Lynn Bott, Class of 1975, also is an assistant professor of health, sports and human performance at Baker. Bott, a certified athletic trainer and licensed athletic trainer, received a master’s degree from the University of Arizona.
Other Hall of Honor inductees at the Sauder Alumni Center were Martha “Joan” Bailey, 1950 and 1957; Jo Flowers, 1984; Don Holst, 1953; and Charles (Randy) Wells, 1995.
The Alumni Hall of Honor recognizes graduates of the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation at Emporia State University who have achieved prominence in a chosen field or who has made significant contribution to Emporia State University in the form of service to HPER. The criteria for selection include being a graduate of Emporia State University, have at least 10 years of professional experience past graduation, show a strong commitment to professional growth, demonstrate a healthy lifestyle, and a respected member of the profession and have contributed significant service to the chosen field.
Baker University is committed to assuring student learning, and developing confident, competent and responsible contributors to society.