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Kinesiology students presenting posters at TRIO/McNair Scholars event August 2

Two Kinesiology B.S. students, Jordan Langen and Angela Ziemer, are presenting their research and posters at the U of M TRIO Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program's Nineteenth Annual Poster Presentation and Reception. Jordan and Angela are two of twenty students from the U of M-Twin Cities and Carleton College who are conducting research this summer under the direction of distinguished faculty research mentors at the U of M. The gathering provides an excellent forum to display the research efforts of these exceptional McNair Scholars along with their faculty mentors.

Jordan, a senior, has been working with Dr. Stacy Ingraham and Dr. Jane Yank to present data from a marathon class offered in Kinesiology each spring. Angela, also a senior, is a pre-physical therapy student in the Clinical Movement Science subplan.

All are invited to attend the event on Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in Coffman Memorial Union - Mississippi Room. Refreshments will be served.

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