Awards Ceremony Closes Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Exhibition

December 15, 2021 | News, Research, UToday, Health and Human Services
By Meredith Troxel

The Office of Undergraduate Research and the Carlson Library hosted their annual Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Exhibition last week. More than 30 student-created posters and creative projects representing various academic colleges were on display all week.

Eryn Close’s research project, “Pre-Pubertal Long-Distance Runners Demonstrate Greater Movement Variability,” took first place at the recent annual Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Exhibition.

A special closing awards ceremony was held on Friday, Dec. 10. Vice President for Research and Professor of Geography Dr. Frank Calzonetti gave the closing remarks about the various roles research plays at UToledo.

Wade Lee-Smith, associate professor and president of UToledo’s Phi Kappa Phi chapter, assisted with presenting the student awards. Fueled by their motto, “let the love of learning rule,” Phi Kappa Phi, a multidisciplinary honor society, offered monetary prizes to the award recipients for their exceptional undergraduate research and to encourage the love of learning.

Student award winners:

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