Our students and graduates are making headlines across the nation.
Ball State University students participated in The Nineteenth Annual Student Symposium
Biomechanics graduate student Kayla Kmiecik received the Keys/Litten/Smith Award for her research project entitled Biomechanical Analysis of a Backward Somersault Landing & Drop Landing in Female Gymnasts.
Biomechanics graduate student Emily Johann received the Keys/Litten/Smith award for her research project entitled Influence of Drop Height and Fatigue on Landing Mechanics in Recreationally Active Females.
The Keys/Litten/Smith awards were established in memory of Dr. Linda
Keys, Mr. Jeffry Litten, and Ms. Sandra Smith who served in the
Sponsored Programs Office for a combined thirty years. Linda, Jeff, and
Sandi were great cheerleaders for the Student Symposium and all-around
supporters of students. Accordingly, the awards recognize students for
their outstanding research or creative endeavors presented at the
Read the alumni news to keep up with graduates who are making great strides in the field and take note of the faculty and graduate students who are earning regional and national honors. Our research endeavors continue to foster lasting community partnerships and achieve advances in athletic performance and injury prevention.
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