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Outstanding Assistance to Faculty Award 2016

Maegan Jones and Caitlin VanVorhees

Outstanding Undergraduate Award 2016

Kendyl Anderson
HDFS/Social Work Option


2016 HDE Research Showcase

Student's Choice Award—This award is given by the HDE Graduate Student Advisory CouncilWinner: Maegan Jones, Alison Brennan, Mark Suffolk, Elizabeth Blodgett Salafia and Judith Mergen for their poster entitled “Drive for Muscularity or Drive for Low Body Fat? The Relationship Among Perfectionism, Sexual Satisfaction, and Men's Body Image

People's Choice Award—Attendees at the showcase voted for their favorite poster.Winner: Courage Mudzongo, Brandy Randall and Molly Secor-Turner for their poster entitled: Sexual and Reproductive Health Knowledge and Behaviors of At-Risk Adolescents"

Research Showcase Poster Awards—These awards are based on posters reviewed by the College Research Committee.
Undergraduate Winner:  Amy Hoepfner, Becky Smoyer, and Caitlin Wock for their poster entitled “Interior Design for Restoration: A Sustainable and Natural Perspective"
Graduate Winner:  Ramona Danielson, Mary Kay Kinney, Deiaiah Muccatira for their poster entitled “Adverse Childhood and Family Experiences Among American Indian and Alaska Native Children in North Dakota:  Analysis of 2011/12 National Survey of Children's Health Data” 

Congratulations Alison Brennan

Doctoral student in Developmental Science, who was selected to attend "Making our CASE: Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering” in Washington, DC.: 

A coalition of scientific and engineering societies, universities, advocacy organizations, and academic organizations has created an exciting opportunity for upper-class undergraduate and graduate students in science, mathematics, and engineering disciplines to learn about science policy and advocacy. The Making our CASE program is open to universities or professional scientific or engineering societies that would like to provide an opportunity for their graduate students to come to Washington, DC, and learn about science policy. Students who are selected by their institution to participate in the workshop will spend a few days learning about the structure and organization of Congress, the federal budget and appropriations process, and tools for effective science communication and civic engagement.

Student Focused. Land Grant. Research University.

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