The 23rd EURēCA (Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement) Awards sponsored by the Office of Research and Engagement competition took place April 15-18, in Hodges Library with students from across the university competing. Over 1,000 students submitted undergraduate research, senior design projects, clinical projects, and creative achievements for a total of 749 entries which were judged. Awards were presented in nine categories overall and then within each college. Gold, Silver, and Bronze awards were presented; each with an associated cash prize.
The College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences (CEHHS) is proud to share the following students received an overall campus award:
Alexandra Nussbaumer,Nutrition-Campus Silver Award, Office of Research and Engagement “Successful Implementation and Elements of Healthy Food Retail Programs: Extension Professionals Perceptions” Faculty Member: Sarah Colby
Within the college, the following students were presented awards:
Alexandra Nussbaumer, Nutrition-First Place
“Successful Implementation and Elements of Healthy Food Retail Programs: Extension Professionals Perceptions” Faculty Member: Sarah Colby
Taylor Morgan, Kinesiology-Second Place
“Overuse and Acute Injury Risk: Early Warning Signs in Female Soccer Players”
Faculty Member: Joshua Weinhandl
Elissa Doll, Audiology and Speech Pathology-Third Place
“Patient Perception and Clinician Ratings of Voice Disorder Severity”
Faculty Member: Sue Hum
College of Education, Health & Human Sciences
CEHHS congratulates all the recipients for a job well done! Details about all winners can be found here.