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2014 Research and Practice Day winners announced
The winners for Outstanding Research Presentation were as follows:
Having a Disability in Appalachia: Social, Cultural, and Political Considerations
Sara Henson, Megan Foster, Hilliary Johnson, Jordan Lewis, Katie Wilson
Adviser: Dr. Karen McComas
Utilization of Unilateral Heat to Increase Extremity Bone Length in Mice
School of Kinesiology
Adviser: Dr. Kumika Toma
The winners for Outstanding Practice Presentation were as follows:
Pre-Service Teachers' Knowledge and Perceptions of Stuttering
Adviser: Craig Coleman
Prevention of Ventilator Associated Pneumonia in Critical Care Patients
Megan Evans, Chelsea Cottrell, Kristen Deise, Elizabeth Sites
School of Nursing
Adviser: Dr. Anita Swartzwelder
Dr. William Pewen, associate dean of research for the college, applauded all the participants, noting, "As an inaugural event for our college, this forum provided a sample of the remarkable breadth of our students' endeavors. We hope this event helps provide a springboard for our graduates to continue their work in advancing our knowledge and improving practices to promote health."
For more information about Research and Practice Day, contact Pewen at email@example.com or 304-696-3743.