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CHHS students' research and creativity on display at the Graduate Student Showcase

November 18, 2016

Alyson Welker

In the largest Graduate Student Showcase to date, 34 College of Health and Human Sciences students presented their research and creativity at the conference held on Tuesday, Nov. 15.

The Colorado State University Graduate School and the Office of the Vice President for Research host the conference celebrating research, creativity, and entrepreneurship. In addition to providing an arena for interdisciplinary collaboration, the GradShow offers students the opportunity to hone their conference and presentation skills, while building their resumes, and earning prizes for their hard work.

This year, four CHHS students won awards for their projects.

Excellence in Creativity
$250 - Alyson Welker (pictured)
Making Sense
School of Education

Excellence in Research and Scholarship
$250

Micah Battson
Role of Gut Microbiome in Obesity-Related Vascular Dysfunction
Food Science and Human Nutrition

Matthew Carnal
Validation of Smartphone-Based Measures of a Young Adult's Lower Limb Power
Health and Exercise Science

Mei-heng Lin
Electroencephalographic Measures and Occupational Performance in Children
Occupational Therapy

For a list of all award winners, click here.

See photos of CHHS students from the Graduate Showcase:

Graduate Student Showcase 2016

By Marissa Isgreen


Contact:  Patti Davies

Telephone:  970-491-7294

Email:  patricia.davies@colostate.edu