Congratulations to Ryan Joiner, the Spring 2020 grand prize winner for his work on “Exercise Intolerance in Glycogen Storage Diseases”
We are maintaining the Kinesiology tradition this spring. The Conference is going Virtual! Recorded poster presentations will be uploaded on April 24th. Both faculty and peer judges will review presentations and provide feedback. Peer and faculty awards, including a professional development scholarship, will be awarded based upon judging scores.
If you would like a link to the posters and presentations after May 4th, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bruya-Wood Undergraduate Research Conference is an opportunity for Kinesiology students to share their research, take part in a professional conference, and highlight the Kinesiology program within the WSU community.
What is Bruya-Wood?
Find out how it started and how it’s positively impacting students.
Spring 2020 Conference
Everything you need to know about the event, whether you’re a student or judge.
Check out the faculty and student judge recognitions from the current and past terms, as well as view past photos.
Student Planning Committee
Event Hosted by the Kinesiology Club
“I would say the most valuable experience for me was learning how to take a huge chunk of information and condensing it into something that was easy to understand… Bruya Wood helped me become more professional because it forced me to accurately interpret scientific language and it also helped me understand myself better because it provided clarity to my true academic interests.” — Shweta Mohan