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Kinesiology & Health Sciences

In its Honors Programthe Kinesiology & Health Sciences Department awards Honors, High Honors, or Highest Honors to student research projects. The projects listed below have been defended successfully, and a copy of the thesis deposited in Swem Library.

Key:
  • Student, "Thesis" (Honors level)
    Committee Chair + Other Committee Members
2013-2014
  • Taylor M. Hodge, "Effects of Core Temperature on Exercise-Induced Mitochondrial Biogenesis: Potential Role of PGC-1α, AMPK eNOS, SIRT1, and SIRT3" (Honors) 
    Michael Brennan Harris + Randolph A. Coleman, Scott Ickes
2012-2013
2011-2012
  • No Honors students this year
2010-2011
2009-10
  • Stephanie Allene Bomberger, "The Effects of Nintendo Wii Fit on Balance of Elderly Adults" (Honors)
    Raymond McCoy + Brennan Harris, Robert Kohl, Randolph Coleman
  • Kyle Elizabeth Horst, "Effects of Cdc37 overexpression and silencing on eNOS phosphorylation and activation in endothelial cells" (Honors)

    Brennan Harris + Michael Deschenes, Randolph Coleman

2008-09
2006-07
  • Lindsay Ann Ambrecht, "Connexin Expression After Femoral Artery Ligation" (Highest Honors)
    Robin Looft-Wilson + Michael Deschenes, David Armstrong, M. Brennan Harris
  • Crystal Marie Rader, "Effects of Aging on Bimanual Hand Control" (Highest Honors)
    Robert Kohl + Ray McCoy, David Aday
  • Michelle Rebecca Wolf, "The Relationship Between Changes in Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors and C-Reactive Protein Following a 758 KM, 30-Day Pilgrimage" (Highest Honors)
    Robin Looft-Wilson + M. Brennan Harris, Ingrid Edery