Research News

  • HCNHS 2015 Student Research Symposium Winners

    Graduate Winners

    1st – Sarah Herrera, SOWO
    “AFC clinical program evaluation: Working with African American and Latino male youth”
    2nd – Kayla Darnell, SOWO
    “Most effective treatments for depression: A review of the literature”
    3rd – Laura Hardin, SOWO
    “O’ brother, where art thou?: Evaluating children’s connections in foster care placement”
    4th – Teresa Hughes, COSD
    “The effects of two rehabilitation exercises on submental hyolaryngeal muscular activity”

    Undergraduate Winners

    1st – Elise Decker, KINE
    “Physical activity intervention in adults with intellectual disabilities”
    2nd – Elle Ryan, COSD
    “The effect of age on cepstral measures of phonation in female speakers”
    3rd– Eva Erickson, KINE
    “Mental toughness among collegiate athletes across sport type”
    4th – Maddie Murrell, KINE
    “An examination of mental toughness among collegiate football and baseball players”

    Click here for group photo

  • Dr. Debbie Rhea was recently featured in Education Week

    With her Op-Ed piece “Give Students Time to Play” Click here to read. Click here to read her previous article “Learning Through Play” featured in TCU Magazine

    To see more about The Liink Project click here 

  • Dr. Meena Shah’s Research

    On exercise needed to burn calories on menus has been featured in two great articles. For more information, click here & here.

  • Dr. Meena Shah- Dean’s Research Award Winner

    Announced at spring, 2014 graduation

  • Dr. Jonathan Oliver – DSM Nutritional Products, LLC, grant award $50,000

    Project Title: “Algal Docosahexaenoic Acid Supplementation in American Football Athletes: Effect of Different Dosing Strategies on Biomarkers of Concussive injury”

  • Dr. Jonathan Oliver – Increnovo LLC, grant award $50,367

    Project title: “A Novel Form of Curcumin: Effects on Markers of Muscle Damage and Performance Following Exercise Induced Muscle Damage”

  • Dr. James Petrovich – Grant subaward with University of North Texas Health Science Center

    Funded by True Worth Place. Project Title: “True Worth Place Implementation Support Services”

  • Dr. Danielle Brimo – American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation (ASHA Foundation)

    Grant to enhance her research focus.

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  • May 04

    HCNHS Student Travel Grant Program

    Deadline: May 4, 2015  for travel June 1 through September, 2015

    Click here for more information

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