As the trip in China was coming to an end, I was able to discuss my experience in this written report. In order to address my thoughts entering a foreign country, I must state the reasons why I considered studying in China.
I am Sarah Agnew, an undergraduate student in exercise science. Because of my involvement in sports starting from an early age, I have always been interested in human motion and performance. During high school, I realized my fascination for understanding human physiology and motor mechanics when I spent 6 months in physical therapy for a… more »
I am Calvin L. Cole, and I recently earned my Ph.D. degree from the Kinesiology doctoral program in the Department of Kinesiology and Health. My area of doctoral study is Exercise Physiology with a focus in obesity. I began my matriculation at Georgia State in the fall of 2012 and successfully completed all of the… more »
Dr. Russell Rogers recently earned his Ph.D. under the guidance of Dr. Jeff Otis.
Given the well-recognized role that oxidative stress plays in the progression of heart disease and the minimal evidence of antioxidant-based therapy to beneficially translate to clinical practice in humans, his doctoral dissertation identified a redox-dependent signaling pathway involved in gene regulation… more »
B.S., Exercise Science College of Education and Human Development Honors College
When Briana Harris made the 2,000-mile trek from her native California to Georgia State University, she knew she’d have to get outside her comfort zone to overcome her natural introversion and make new friends.
She became a member of the 1913 Society, Georgia State’s… more »