AAPA in Calgary

SBRL students Randee Hunter, Victoria Dominguez, and Tim Gocha presented posters at the American Association of Physical Anthropologists conference in Calgary last week.

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Register NOW for the 10th Annual Injury Biomechanics Symposium!! Attendees must reserve their room at The Blackwell by April 12th in order to receive the reduced rate.

Spots are limited for the 2nd Annual Human Gross Anatomy Short Course, if you’re interested in attending be sure to register ASAP!

Register for both events at www.ibs2014.eventbrite.com

Car Safety Basics

The IBRC’s Julie Bing spent some time this past weekend at COSI teaching car safety basics to kids – Newton’s first law of motion, as demonstrated by a skateboard and stuffed animal “passengers”, an object in motion will remain in motion in the same direction until acted upon by an external force. BUCKLE UP KIDS!!

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Distinguished Undergraduate Research Mentor Nominations

Congratulations to Drs. Kang and Agnew – they were both nominated for a Distinguished Undergraduate Research Mentor award!!

A few quotes from their nominations:

“Dr. Kang has always allowed me to voice what I think is happening and why, in order to see what I really understand. Afterwards, he mentors the fine details of engineering to ensure I get a complete understanding.”

“Every student student Dr. Kang hires on, he speaks with about their interest in graduate school. To me, he emphasizes the importance of secondary leaning and how it helps engineer’s future roles.”

“The most outstanding quality about Dr. Agnew is that she instills confidence in her undergraduate researchers, and encourages them to question things that they do not understand.”