Colorado State University’s Graduate Student Showcase, held on the university’s campus each year, provides a great opportunity for students to present their research posters and be recognized for their excellence in research. Four Ph.D. students from the Department of Occupational Therapy participated in this year’s showcase by presenting their research posters to judges from various departments across the campus and the CSU community. Winners were announced at the end of the day and the Department of Occupational Therapy was pleased to congratulate Kelley Covington and Rebecca Lassell for receiving awards for their outstanding work.
When asked about her experience Lassell said, “The Graduate Student Showcase is a wonderful opportunity to present your own research, but also to network with other graduate students. It was fun to learn about the fascinating research projects occurring in other departments across campus—I highly recommend the experience!”
Kelly Covington, Ph.D. student, Occupation and Rehabilitation Science
Graduate Student Council Research Top Scholar Award
Fitness Therapy (FIT) for Cancer Program: Internal and External Validity Evaluation
Advisers: Anita Bundy and Mackenzi Pergolotti
Rebecca Lassell, Ph.D. student, Occupation and Rehabilitation Science
College of Health and Human Sciences Excellence in Research and Scholarship Award
A Logic Model of a Dementia-Specific Program of Equine-Assisted Activities
Adviser: Wendy Wood
Adam Kinney, Ph.D. student, Occupation and Rehabilitation Science
How Does Social and Community-Based Activity Foster Wellbeing in Veterans?
Adviser: Aaron Eakman
Tara Klinedinst, Ph.D. student, Occupation and Rehabilitation Science
Health and Sociodemographic Factors as Predictors of Activity in T2DM
Adviser: Matt Malcolm
The department congratulates all our students for their outstanding work and participation in this year’s Graduate Student Showcase.