Bethel Biokinetics Student Research Places in Top Five

Student research groups from biokinetics took first- and fourth-place awards for their research posters presented at a local symposium.

By Suzanne McInroy, director of communications

June 04, 2019 | 3 p.m.

This spring, 12 student research groups from Bethel’s biokinetics program presented their research during poster sessions at the Northland Chapter American College of Sports Medicine Spring Symposium. Out of the 64 student research posters presented, two Bethel teams placed in the top five.

Jared Johnson ’19 and Dawson Brown ’19 received first place honors for their research project “The Effects of Time-Restricted Feeding on Body Composition, Blood Glucose, and Wellbeing in College Age Students.” Abby Duevel ’19, Laura Luttio ’19, and Sarah Morrill ’19 placed fourth for their research project, “The Effects of High Intensity Interval Training on Anxiety in College Students.”

The one-day research symposium includes undergraduate and graduate students from large universities to smaller colleges. It was held locally this spring at St. Catherine University.