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May 22, 2020

James H. Humphrey Graduate Student Published Research Award

This award is named in honor of former Professor Emeritus James H. Humphrey who was a prolific scholar in our field, publishing over a hundred books. Awards are given for impactful journal articles, published in a peer-reviewed publications, during the previous calendar year (2019).


This year we have three awardees:

Jessica Hunter's article, “Fast running does not contribute more to cumulative load than slow running

Ryan Sapp's article, “The effects of moderate and high-intensity exercise on circulating markers of endothelial integrity and activation in young, healthy men

Jun Won's article, “Semantic Memory Activation After Acute Exercise in Healthy Older Adults

 

We are grateful to Ms. Joy Rose, Dr. Humphrey's daughter, who generously commits to this award annually.  

Related Links

Fast running does not contribute more to cumulative load than slow running

The effects of moderate and high-intensity exercise on circulating markers of endothelial integrity and activation in young...

Semantic Memory Activation After Acute Exercise in Healthy Older Adults