College of Human Sciences students are set to share their work at the ISU Graduate and Professional Student Research Conference, April 10

April 9, 2019
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College of Human Sciences students are set to share their work at the ISU Graduate and Professional Student Research Conference, April 10: Students from the College of Human Sciences who scheduled to present their work at Iowa State University‚Äôs 6th annual Graduate and Professional Student Research Conference on April 10 include workshop presenters: Stephanie Hice, food science and human nutrition, and Evrim Baram (associate professor), School of Education, ‘How to get the most out of graduate school.’ Poster and exhibition presentations: Jenni Lansing, kinesiology, ‘Evaluation of confidence using motivational interviewing skills before and after in-person training workshop’; Jiyeon Jeon, apparel, events, and hospitality management, ‘The Impact of App Services on Millennial and Generation Z Diners’ and ‘Determinants of hygiene score helpfulness on Yelp: Do hygiene score affect restaurant review?’; Rotem Arieli, human development and family studies, ‘Social Support and Social Resources Predicting Life Satisfaction in a Centenarian Population’; Bibek Byanju, food science and human nutrition, ‘Effect of high power sonication on secondary structure of soy protein isolate (SPI) and its subunits.’ Oral presentations: Amanda Bries, food science and human nutrition, ‘Assessment of gastrointestinal symptoms and other side effects after three week oral ferrous sulfate and iron-enriched aspergillus oryzae supplementation in young female subjects’; Md Mahfuzur Rahman, food science and human nutrition, ‘Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spin trapping of free radicals during ultrasound of soy proteins.’ James Schiltz and Ozlem Karakaya, both in the School of Education, serve on the organizing committee for the conference.

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