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Student Research Opportunities

Hands-on opportunities to participate in health innovation

AHS Undergraduate Research Expo

The College of Applied Health Sciences is excited to highlight the impressive research work done by our undergraduate students. These students are expanding their academic experience by participating in faculty research in the College. This year, 65 of these students choose to present their research at the annual Undergraduate Research Symposium on campus. This is almost double the amount from the previous year.

AHS Undergraduate Research Expo

AHS Winners from the Undergraduate Research Symposium


Carson Smith, I-Health senior
Development and Iteration of Medication Adherence: Applications for Older Adults


Diana Morales, Speech and Hearing Science senior
The Mediterranean and Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay (MIND) Diets: Associations with Cognition and Psychological Distress Among Latinos

For more information on the awards and winners, check out the Undergraduate Research Symposium page.