Undergraduates Win Awards at Research Exhibition

Three health and human development undergraduate students have received awards for the posters they presented on their research at the 2013 Undergraduate Exhibition.

Kayla Wu, a health policy and administration major, won first place in the social and behavioral sciences category for her poster, titled "From the United States to Hong Kong: Global Role of Safety Leadership."

Jennifer Valdivia Espino, a biobehavioral health major, won honorable mention in the health and life sciences category for her poster, titled "Development of a Hispanic/Latino Healthy Eating Workbook Employing FNS Core Preschool Child-Feeding Messages."

Charlotte Bahnfleth, a nutritional sciences major, also won honorable mention in the health and life sciences category for her poster, titled "Long-Term Effects of Micronutrient Supplementation on School-Age Child Behavior."