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Jacklyn Engelbart

Student - Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine

University of Iowa

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Email: j***@***.edu

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University of Iowa

200 Hawkins Drive C135 Gh

Iowa City, Iowa 52242

United States

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The National Advanced Driving Simulator and the Transportation & Vehicle Safety Research Program at the University of Iowa Public Policy Center works to improve technology design through a better understanding of how drivers perform and behave in crash si ... more

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Employment History

College of Engineering Lead Tutor

University of Iowa

Engineering Intern

Athena GTX

Head Lifeguard

Anamosa School

Teacher

Belin-Blank Recognition

Affiliations

Undergraduate Volunteer
The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics

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Anamosa Journal-Eureka Online

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"This was a loss that really, really hurt," said Raider girls basketball coach Jack Leighty, as during a fourth quarter rally, Anamosa lost the services of star senior guard Jackie Engelbart with a broken finger that required season-ending surgery.

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"Jackie has been a big part of what we've been able to accomplish this season, and we'll have to have some new girls step up and accept new roles as we get ready for the tournament in a couple of weeks. Anamosa (12-4, 10-4), who trailed all night long against a talented Mustangs team, was making a fourth quarter run, keyed by an Engelbart 3-pointer with 6:25 to play. "Jackie was racing up the court looking to make a another play and got her finger jammed against the ball when a Mount Vernon player deflected her pass," said Leighty as play was stopped for several minutes as help was needed for Engelbart, who's finger was competely disjointed. "Jackie was racing up the court looking to make a another play and got her finger jammed against the ball when a Mount Vernon player deflected her pass," said Leighty as play was stopped for several minutes as help was needed for Engelbart, who's finger was competely disjointed.
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The girls on the bench couldn't watch, but Jackie just shook it off like nothing had happened. She even wanted to pop it back into place and get back into the game. With her parents, Engelbart was taken immediately to the hospital where it was determined surgery was needed. "We seemed to lose focus after Jackie left and didn't score another basket the rest of the way," said Leighty as only two Kayla Sanborn free throws with 5:45 to play would be all the hosts would score in the final stages of the game.
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Buck and Engelbart each tallied seven points for the offensive effort.
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ANAMOSA - Playing their first game without injured star senior Jackie Engelbart, the Anamosa girls basketball team adjusted quickly to their new roles posting an impressive 52-42 victory hosting Solon Tuesday, February 2. "We came out real focused for our first game without Jackie and looked very, very good," said Raider girls basketball coach Jack Leighty as his team shot a solid 47-percent from the field and attacked the Spartan defense relentlessly forcing 20 fouls against the visitors and toeing the free throw line 26 times.
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Anamosa bid seniors Sanborn, Engelbart and Makenzie Ginn goodbye Friday, February 6, as the trio hosted No. 9 ranked Central DeWitt playing on their home floor for the final time in the regular season.


"This was a loss that really, ...

www.anamosaje.com [cached]

"This was a loss that really, really hurt," said Raider girls basketball coach Jack Leighty, as during a fourth quarter rally, Anamosa lost the services of star senior guard Jackie Engelbart with a broken finger that required season-ending surgery.

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"Jackie has been a big part of what we've been able to accomplish this season, and we'll have to have some new girls step up and accept new roles as we get ready for the tournament in a couple of weeks." Anamosa (12-4, 10-4), who trailed all night long against a talented Mustangs team, was making a fourth quarter run, keyed by an Engelbart 3-pointer with 6:25 to play. "Jackie was racing up the court looking to make a another play and got her finger jammed against the ball when a Mount Vernon player deflected her pass," said Leighty as play was stopped for several minutes as help was needed for Engelbart, who's finger was competely disjointed. "Jackie was racing up the court looking to make a another play and got her finger jammed against the ball when a Mount Vernon player deflected her pass," said Leighty as play was stopped for several minutes as help was needed for Engelbart, who's finger was competely disjointed.
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The girls on the bench couldn't watch, but Jackie just shook it off like nothing had happened. She even wanted to pop it back into place and get back into the game." With her parents, Engelbart was taken immediately to the hospital where it was determined surgery was needed. "We seemed to lose focus after Jackie left and didn't score another basket the rest of the way," said Leighty as only two Kayla Sanborn free throws with 5:45 to play would be all the hosts would score in the final stages of the game.
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Raider senior Jackie Engelbart drills a jumper during first half action hosting Mount Vernon Friday, January 29. Engelbart suffered a broken finger later in the game that required season-ending surgery. (Journal-Eureka photo by Daryl Schepanski)
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Buck and Engelbart each tallied seven points for the offensive effort.


Anamosa Journal Eureka, Anamosa, Iowa

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This year Jackie Engelbart of Anamosa was one of the students chosen to attend BSI.

Engelbart's area was science, but BSI also offers programs in many of areas. Jackie was nominated in five areas: science, math, creative writing, social studies and music/art. She wrote a 250 word essay, explaining why she would be a good candidate for BSI.
In the essay Engelbart talks about wanting to pursue a career in science to help others. She also expressed her desire to be chosen for BSI.
"I plan on going into the teaching field in the area of science or medicine," Engelbart said.
In addition to the essay, students must have high standardized test scores, extracurricular involvement, be in grade 7 or 8 when they apply and have letters of recommendation from teachers.
"Jackie was an excellent candidate for the summer institute.
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While attending BSI, Engelbart was given the opportunity to nominate a teacher for a Belin-Blank Recognition for Excellence in Teaching award. She chose Keeney.
"I nominated Mr. Keeney because he has influenced me to continue in the science field and learn as much as I can. he helped me to stay interested in science," Engelbart stated.
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"I was honored to receive the award and pleased to be there sharing the experience with Jackie.

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