Please join us in congratulating three KIN undergraduate majors that were recognized this past Wednesday at the Annual SJSU Celebration of Research. Each of these students were recipients of undergraduate research grants this past semester.
Under the direction of Dr. Areum Jensen, the following KIN students presented their research posters.
Rachel Christensen, presentation title “Alterations in autonomic function on cardiovascular system in autism spectrum disorder”
Cory Low, presentation title “The effect of resistance training on musculoskeletal system in adults with cerebral palsy”
Pooja Pal, presentation title “Relationships between muscular strength and body composition in adults with cerebral palsy”
Department of Kinesiology
San José State University
Steven H. and Bobby J. Jensen Living Trust Scholarship
DESCRIPTION OF SCHOLARSHIP
The Steven H. and Bobby J. Jensen Living Trust Scholarship is a scholarship granted to one graduate student and one undergraduate student in the Department of Kinesiology at San José State University every year. Students may be continuing students or new applicants, and must be full time students for the academic year in which the scholarship is awarded.
This scholarship is intended to support student participation in scholarly research activities that add to students’ professional development and growth of knowledge in the field of human physiology with clinical and medical applications. The applicants must provide a clear description of research engagement and activity with a faculty member, explaining how it adds to his/her scholarly development in their education.
The scholarship is $500 for one graduate and $500 for one undergraduate student. The scholarship will be advertised on an annual basis with the announcement made in Spring semester (application due on first Friday of April) and the scholarship will be given in the Fall semester.
For full consideration the application packet must include: 1) a completed application form, 2) one copy of all college transcripts, 3) one letter of recommendation, 4) a cover letter, 5) a personal statement.
Selection of the scholarship recipients will be based on merit according to the following considerations:
- Cumulative grade point average (GPA) minimum 3.5 (last 60 units)
- Commitment to contribute time and effort to the proposed research under the supervision of a faculty member
- Involvement in research of physiological, clinical, and/or medical fields
- Engagement of research and professional development in the area of students’ career in advanced degree (e.g., PT, OT, MS, or PhD).
Scholarship recipients will be determined by a committee of faculty from the Department of Kinesiology.
This scholarship is given in honor of Steven H. and Bobby J. Jensen from their living trust, which supports the highest level of education that students want to achieve. This honors their grandson, Russell A. Jensen, Ph.D., who discovered his passion for education through receiving many scholarships himself.
This application is to be completed in full, and completed by the applicant and summited to the Kinesiology department office (SPX 102) by 5pm on first Friday of April.
|Name of Applicant:
___________________________________ ______________ ______ _________
(Street) (City) (State) (Zip)
|Cumulative GPA (last 60 units of higher education course work):
|Transcript which may be unofficial|
|A statement of the research project|
|Identify name and position of the individual|
who will write a letter of recommendation, and who you will work with for research.
|One letter of recommendation sent to|
Faculty Committee for Steven H. and Bobby J. Jensen Living Trust Scholarship
Department of Kinesiology (SPX 102)
San Jose State University
One Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192