Undergraduate students awarded UROP for Spring 2013
Amy Malsch, Jennifer Webeler, and Hannah Walsh have each received a competitive award under the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) to conduct research under the mentorship of a School of Kinesiology faculty member.
Malsch and Webeler will work with Tom Stoffregen, Ph.D. Their research project concerns sexual dimorphism and susceptibility to motion sickness, and will be carried out in the Affordance Perception-Action Laboratory.
Walsh will join the Human Sensorimotor Control Laboratory and work with Jürgen Konczak, Ph.D. The title of her project is Implementing Feedback Control for a Passive Motion Apparatus. This apparatus is used in the lab to measure body awareness (proprioception).