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Chelsey Thul, Kinesiology Ph.D. candidate, awarded Thesis Research Grant

Chelsey Thul
Kinesiology doctoral student Chelsey Thul has received a $2,500 Thesis Research Grant from the Graduate School to support her research on overcoming barriers to physical activity for adolescent girls. Ms. Thul is working with Somali adolescent girls living in the Cedar Riverside neighborhood to study the social, environmental, cultural, and motivational challenges they experience in pursuing physical activity.

Ms. Thul is a graduate assistant in Kinesiology and in the Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport.

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