Kealey Wohlgemuth Receives the NSCA 2023 Doctoral Student Outstanding Podium Presentation
The National Strength and Conditioning Association at its annual conference recognizes
outstanding research efforts of students through student research awards. Kealey Wohlgemuth
received the 2023 Doctoral Student Outstanding Podium Presentation Award for her presentation
on “Characteristics of Slow and Fast Performers on a Firefighter Air Consumption Test.”
Kealey receives this award for her 12-minute presentation of her research to a live-audience
of conference attendees and judges. Her research mentor is Dr. Jacob Mota.
The National Strength and Conditioning Association Foundation is proud to announce
that McKenzie Hare has been named a recipient of the NSCA Foundation's Graduate Research
Grant – Master's for 2023. Hare was selected by the NSCA Foundation Grant Committee
and Grant Panel after a thorough evaluation process of all applicants. This grant
program funds graduate research in strength and conditioning at the Master's level.
Master's Student Research Grant proposals are not to exceed $7,500. McKenzie Hare
is studying Kinesiology with a concentration in Human Performance in Dr. Jacob Mota's