Five students, along with faculty members, of the Exercise and Performance Nutrition Laboratory (EPNL) will be attending the Central States chapter meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine Oct. 18 and 19 in Kansas City, Mo.
Student Patrick Harty is a finalist in the master’s student category of the Outstanding Research Award, and Brad Currier is a finalist in the undergraduate category for the award. Harty and Currier will each give a poster presentation and are required to give an oral research presentation.
Graduate student Hannah Zabriskie and EPNL Director Dr. Chad Kerksick will deliver a presentation based on their research on energy expenditure with different female Lindenwood sports teams.
“I am very excited and extremely proud that our students were invited to present their scholarly research at the upcoming Central States American College of Sports Medicine meeting,” said Dr. Cynthia Schroeder, dean of the School of Health Sciences. “I want to thank Dr. Chad Kerksick, director of the Exercise and Performance and Nutrition Lab, faculty, and staff for their ongoing support and guidance in providing these scholarly opportunities to our undergraduate and graduate students.”