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Undergraduate Research and Creative Works

Department Liaisons

Department Liaisons 2018-2019

College

Department

Faculty Liaison

College of Arts & Sciences
BiologyDr. Patrick Vigueira
Chemistry Dr. Heather Miller
Computer ScienceMr. Roger Shore
Criminal JusticeDr. Thomas Dearden
EnglishDr. Donna Scheidt
HistoryDr. Marco Cabrera Geserick
Human Relations and Non-Profit StudiesDr. Sarah Nielsen
MathematicsDr. Edward Fuselier
Modern Foreign LanguageDr. Claudia Femenias
MusicDr. John Turner
PhysicsDr. Briana Fiser
Political ScienceDr. Alixandra Yanus
PsychologyDr. Kirsten Li-Barber
Religion/PhilosophyDr. Claudine Davidshofer
Sociology/AnthropologyDr. Terrell Hayes
TheatreDr. Nathan Hedman
School of Art and Design
Home Furnishings & Interior DesignDr. Victoria Brown
ArtMs. Benita VanWinkle
Phillips School of Business
Dr. Peter Summers
School of Education
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School of Health Sciences
Athletic TrainingDr. Yum Nguyen
Exercise ScienceDr. Jillian Davis
Physical TherapyDr. Jeffrey Taylor
School of Pharmacy
Pharmacy Clinical SciencesDr. Mary Jane Kennedy
Basic Pharmaceutical SciencesDr. Alex Marshall
Qubein School of CommunicationGame and Interactive Media DesignMr. Brian Heagney
Event ManagementDr. Vern Biaett
Sport ManagementDr. Florian Hemme
JournalismDr. Dean Smith
Media Production and EntrepreneurshipMr. Brad Lambert
Populat Culture and Media ProductionDr. Judy Isaksen
Sport CommunicationDr. Pat McConnell
Strategic CommunicationDr. Sarah Vaala

Contact Us

Dr. Joanne Altman, Director of Undergraduate Research and Creative Works

Phone: 336-841-9613
Email: urcw@highpoint.edu

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Athletic Training & ACL Injuries

Andrea Baellow, an athletic training major, shares her experiences performing undergraduate research on the relation of the hip to ACL injuries and their prevalence in younger females. Her experiential education at High Point University was supported by the state of the art Human Biomechanics & Physiology Lab, where she could apply what she has learned with hands-on experience.