Kinesiology PhD students receive CEHD fellowship awards
School of Kinesiology PhD students Maya Hamilton, Emily Houghton, and Ana Bellard Freire Ribeiro were recently awarded academic fellowship awards offered through the College of Education & Human Development.
Maya Hamilton, sport and exercise psychology, has been chosen as a runner-up for the Hauge Fellowship, which is reserved for graduate students enrolled in the College of Education & Human Development. She is advised by Dr. Nicole LaVoi and Dr. Diane Wiese-Bjornstal.
Emily Houghton is the runner-up for the Seashore Graduate Fellowship, which honors student research interests based on social inquiry problems, social change, and social justice. She is in the sport sociology emphasis and is advised by Dr. Mary Jo Kane.
Ana Bellard Freire Ribeiro, advised by Dr. Juergen Konczak, has received the Beck Graduate Fellowship. The award is based on merit as well as the applicant's involvement in the intersections of teaching and research, interdisciplinary studies, and the philosophy of education that reflect Dr. Beck's research interests.