M-I-Z + HES = IMPACT! Cutting Edge RESEARCH to better our world.
NEP faculty and students engage in research on understanding physiological and molecular mechanisms that impact obesity and insulin resistance.
Virginia Ramseyer-Winter (SSW)
Perceptions about Body Image Linked to Increased Alcohol, Tobacco Use for Teens - 6/21/17
Gustavo Carlo (HDFS)
Volunteering Might Prevent Substance Abuse for Female Student-Athletes - 4/19/17
HES Faculty Meeting
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Stotler Lounge II & III
New Faculty Orientation
11:30 am - 3:00 pm
Personal Financial Planning Graduate Students Receive Prestigious National Awards
Dalisha Herring, CFP® and PhD student in Personal Financial Planning, received the highest award in the nation given by the Arthur N. Caple Foundation. As the 2017 ANC Scholar recipient, Herring will receive a $5,000 scholarship; travel and hotel accommodations for the NAGDCA Annual Meeting (valued at $1,800); and enrollment in the Certified Retirement Counselor® (CRC®) certification program, materials and exams (valued at $900). Herring will be honored during the National Association of Government Defined Contribution Administrators (NAGDCA) annual conference in Milwaukee in September.
Kevin (Guopeng) Cheng, PhD student in Personal Financial Planning, has been named a 2017 Arthur N. Caple Foundation Travel Stipend and Conference Registration Award recipient. Each year, the ANC Foundation provides 6 national scholarship awards to students who demonstrate academic excellence and understanding of the issues facing public sector retirement plans. Cheng will be honored during the National Association of Government Defined Contribution Administrators (NAGDCA) annual conference in Milwaukee in September. He will receive full travel, lodging, and registration expenses for this year’s meeting.
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