Kinesiology students receive high honors at NACSM

Eydie Kramer, a doctoral student, and Michael Urvig, a senior undergraduate student at the School of Kinesiology, both received high honors for their research presentations at the Northland American College of Sports Medicine (NACSM) Spring Meeting on April 5, 2019.

Kramer was awarded 2nd place out of ten participants in the graduate student research category. Her research examined the relationship between parent perceptions of physical activity environment and the Geographic Information System or GIS measures in rural communities.

Urvig obtained 5th place out of 54 undergraduate abstracts for his research exploring time and financial barriers related to physical activity in African-American women.