Alexander Bodgan, Maegan Boutot, & Bryn Rothschild-Shea are among the winners.
The Department of Kinesiology has released the full schedule for its weekly Fall 2016 Kinesiology-Center for Personalized Health Monitoring Graduate Seminar Series. The weekly seminar typically meets on Mondays from 1:25-2:15 pm in Life Sciences Laboratory, Room S340, throughout the semester, and features a variety of experts in the field of kinesiology locally and beyond.
She explained research showing an increase in marijuana usage by young adults even as overall drug usage decreased.
Sibeko spoke about her research into options for improving the infant mortality problem in Springfield, MA.
He and colleagues are researching how people cope with asymmetric hearing loss, where there is more hearing loss in one ear than the other.
The pair have been attending conferences across Italy and the US, as well as teaching a nutrition course in Rome, Italy.
He will chair the panel that reviews grants submitted by researchers for projects examining auditory system function and disorders.
The study examines how changes to simulated cochlear implants influence the ability to understand speech and is seeking volunteers for a study.
Mangels researches factors influencing people’s decision to become and stay vegetarian or vegan.
“What became clear to us is that millions of people wear these masks and feel safer, but we worry this is potentially making things worse," he says.