“I was very excited to learn that I was awarded this prestigious fellowship. It's an incredible honor to be recognized by the AAUW,” says LaBarbera.
“She is a conscientious student who is highly deserving of this award,” says faculty member Sarah Witkowski.
The study, first published in the Journal of Sports Sciences, found that the stride of habitual forefoot runners changes significantly during a race due to fatigue.
The fellowship focuses on excellence in teaching for inclusiveness, diversity and equity.
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences is pleased to announce the results of the faculty-juried poster competition from the 19th Annual Research Day held on April 5, 2016.
A team including four Public Health Sciences majors, named β than U, won the title of Best in Group.
The March 25 event was organized to introduce faculty from across the campus who may share interests and benefit from collaboration.
The SPHHS will hold its 19th Annual Research Day on Tuesday, April 5 beginning at 2:00 pm in the Student Union Ballroom.