WKU Graduate Student Recently Awarded Fellowship at University of Louisville
|Author: Susan Megahee|
Date: Wednesday, March 8th, 2017
Bowling Green, KY- Western Kentucky University (WKU) graduate student, Regis Pearson, recently received an Integrated Programs in Biomedical Science (IPIBS) Fellowship to study for the Ph.D. of Physiology and Biophysics degree at the University of Louisville.
The doctoral program, offered through the School of Medicine at the University of Louisville, is designed primarily to prepare students for a research career is basic and applied physiology.
Pearson, is currently working toward his Master of Science degree in Kinesiology The School of Kinesiology, Recreation and Sport, located within the College of Health and Human Services at WKU.
About the WKU School of Kinesiology, Recreation & Sport: The vision of the School of Kinesiology, Recreation, & Sport is to offer premier academic programs and to be acknowledged for innovative teaching, research, and creative & professional service activities related to improving wellness and overall quality of life in a global society. The School of KRS’s mission is to provide high quality educational experiences and engagement opportunities for future professionals seeking knowledge in disciplines related to human movement, leisure services, and sport management.
Our WKU Department of Public Health has a new publication in Science Direct! Ethan Given, a graduate of our Masters in Public Health (MPH) program is second author in publication.
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