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Kinesiology graduate students awarded Thesis Research Grants

Three Kinesiology doctoral students were awarded Thesis Research Grants by the Graduate School.

Nicole Bolter, behavioral science, and Lesley Scibora, exercise science, were awarded grants from the Graduate School fund. Susan Novotny, exercise science, was awarded a grant from the Patrick and Kathy Lewis fund. The Graduate School praised the three students for their "impressive academic credentials and strong research proposal."

The students' advisers are Prof. Maureen Weiss (Bolter) and Prof. Moira Petit (Scibora and Novotny). Congratulations to all!

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