The university selects these students each semester in recognition of their scholarly achievements and their related impact on their chosen fields.
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.
She explained her past experience as a heroin user and how that informs her work as the director of a needle exchange program.
The March 25 event was organized to introduce faculty from across the campus who may share interests and benefit from collaboration.
“At least 90 percent of us have detectable BPA in our bodily fluids and 99 percent have exposure at some point every day,” she said.
Dunn discusses the impressive array of volunteer, work, and research experiences he's had as a Nutrition major.
Students will compete to see who can best analyze a complex dataset and attract the interest of employers
“We’re participating to help raise awareness and because 100% of the funds donated for the walk go to research for Parkinson’s disease,” says Lisa Sommers.