|Induction Class of:||1993|
Charles Rozanski, a native of Walpole, was the first student at the College to graduate from the athletic department’s sports medicine/ training program. Despite needing just 1,600 hours to become certified, Charles put in over 3,200 hours of service to the College’s training room and its students athletes from 1976 to 1980. He was an inspiration and pioneer who carved the path for 100 future Salem State students to follow in the field of sports medicine and athletic training. Charles serves as the Director of Sports Medicine and Head Athletic Trainer at North Carolina StateUniversity.