Students Present their Research Projects During Graduate Research Forum


Students shared their research findings during the 14th Annual Graduate Research Forum. The event is part of Student Research Week and features poster displays representing UCF’s diverse colleges and disciplines and provides students with an opportunity to showcase their research and creative projects along with receiving invaluable feedback from faculty judges.

Curriculum and Instruction doctoral student Katherine Philp and Educational Leadership Master’s student Melissa Rosario were first place winners ($1,000 award) and Reading Education doctoral student Melissa Mitchell won second place ($600 award).

Sport and Exercise Science doctoral alumnus Dr. Jeremy Townsend, ’16, received the University Award of Excellence for Outstanding Dissertation for his “Intramuscular TNF-Alpha Signaling in Response to Resistance Exercise and Recovery in Untrained Males” dissertation.