Huang awarded the 2021-22 Hauge Fellowship

Qiyin Huang

Qiyin Huang, a PhD student in the School of Kinesiology, was awarded the 2021-22 Hauge Fellowship to support her research work about a robotic device to objectively measure ankle joint proprioception.

The Hauge Fellowship is an award to support Doctoral, MS, and MA students in the School of Kinesiology for professional development of research related expenses for the thesis/dissertation work. In order to qualify, applicants must:

  • Be enrolled full-time and in good standing.
  • Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.2 in the program.
  • Not have any other research support for the project described, their own or their advisors.

Huang is a member of the Human Sensorimotor Control Laboratory, and her Kinesiology PhD emphasis area is in Biomechanics and neuromotor control.