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Congratulations to CPS Student Researchers in Annual CSU Competition

A group of Humboldt State University students has been selected to represent the campus in the 35th Annual California State University Student Research Competition. Held remotely for the second year in a row, the 2021 competition will be virtually hosted by Cal Poly Pomona on Friday, April 30  and Saturday, May 1.

At HSU, students are selected by the Planning Committee for Research, Scholarly and Creative Activities based on their submitted applications. The annual statewide competition brings together outstanding student researchers from all 23 CSU campuses to compete for research awards in discipline-based categories. 

The Office of Research & Sponsored Programs has recognized five student researchers from the College of Professional Studies:

Levi Basist, Graduate in Kinesiology
“Wingate Muscular Power Test Reference Values for Active Healthy Adults Ages 19-35: Normative Data And Differences Between Sex”
Faculty advisor: Young Sub Kwon, Professor in Kinesiology

Chavela Riotutar, Graduate in Kinesiology
“The Effect of Quality of Life on Cardiometabolic Risk Factors in Postmenopausal Women”
Faculty advisor: Taylor Bloedon, Professor in Kinesiology

Grace Fillebrown and Luke Gauthier, Undergraduates in Child Development
“International and Intercultural Collaboration in Experiential Learning: Lessons from Rural Youth Volunteers in India Project”
Faculty advisor: Meenal Rana, Professor in Child Development

Shawn Reilly and Reed Switzer, Undergraduates in Recreation Administration
“Cannabis Tourism in Humboldt County: Moving Forward”
Faculty advisor: Ara Pachmayer, Professor in Recreation Administration

Dylan Roberts, Graduate in Kinesiology
“Anaerobic Capacity Measures in Active Healthy Adults Ages 18-29: Normative Reference Values and Differences between Sex”
Faculty advisor: Young Sub Kwon, Professor in Kinesiology