Humboldt State University Humboldt State Now Search: Students Head to System-wide Research Competition

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Twelve Humboldt State University students have been selected to represent the campus at the 32nd Annual California State University Student Research Competition, May 4 and 5, at Sacramento State.

Students are selected by the Planning Committee for Research, Scholarly and Creative Activities based on 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 students selected to represent KRA are:

Madison Kirkpatrick, graduate in Kinesiology & Recreation Administration
“Effects of Active Versus Passive Recovery on Blood Lactate and Performance in Repeated Wingate Tests”
Faculty advisor: Boe Burrus, Kinesiology & Recreation Administration

Boram Lim, graduate in Kinesiology & Recreation Administration
“The effect of stride frequency variations on running performance of time to exhaustion at the velocity of VO2max.”
Faculty advisor: Young Sub Kwon, Kinesiology & Recreation Administration

Trevor Short, graduate in Kinesiology & Recreation Administration
“The effects of Ladder Training on Speed and Agility Performance”
Faculty advisor: Young Sub Kwon, Kinesiology & Recreation Administration