Message from the Dean
The College of Health, Environment and Science has a strong commitment to supporting student-faculty and faculty research endeavors, priority is given to those proposals including students in the research process. In the past three years we have funded 13 proposals and we hope to continue expanding available resources as research interest grows
Goals of the Research Committee
In 2001, the CHES identified the need to establish a research committee. The purposes of this committee are:
- To foster opportunities for new research projects.
- To provide support for faculty/student or faculty research projects.
- To promote interdisciplinary collaborative research.
Funding Year: 2011-2012
|Steven Verba (ERA)
||Determining Energy Expenditure Requirements in Hunting: The DEER Hunting Study
|Examination of Free-Living Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior in First Year College Students
|Square-Wave Voltammetry of Dissolved Horse Spleen Ferritin
Funding Year: 2012-2013
|Highly Fluorescent Organic Compounds: Regulation of Light-Emitting Properties through Solvent Effect and Metal Binding
|Catherine Massey (PSYCH)
||Sexual Identity, Mutuality, and Health Behaviors
|Susan Rehorek (BIOL)
||CAVE: Comparative Atlas of Vertebrate Embryology: a pilot project
Co-Chairs of CHES Grant Committee: