Student Research

Student explaining research on her poster to a community member

Each year, the College of Allied Health Sciences showcases student research at our annual PRaISE Conference (Presentations of Research and Innovative/Scholarly Endeavors). Undergraduate and graduate students from each discipline work hard throughout the year to make waves in their field by conducting research projects in their classes. PRaISE allows everyone in the College of Allied Health Sciences to come together to celebrate this research in an interdisciplinary way.

Students create research posters for PRaISE and they share their research with students, faculty, staff and friends of the college. The event includes an interdisciplinary key note speaker, and the colleges' Distinguished Alumni have been honored during PRaISE.

PRaISE has become a tradition in the College of Allied Health Sciences since the college was formed. It has grown from the hallways of French East hall to filling up Tangeman University Center and every year the celebration keeps getting bigger!

PRaISE is held at the end of each spring semester in conjunction with the Undergraduate Scholarly Showcase (formerly the Undergraduate Research Conference).

2019 Research Events 

The Undergraduate Scholarly Showcase is for undergraduate students (except for students in Advanced Medical Imaging Technology and Medical Laboratory Science. The event is on Monday, April 22nd in TUC from 10 am – 3:30 pm.

The PRaISE event is for graduate students and students in Advanced Medical Imaging Technology and Medical Laboratory Science. The event is on Monday, April 22nd from 3:30 pm - 7 pm in TUC.