Contact: Camille Carskadon

STARKVILLE, Miss.—Faculty-guided student research was in the spotlight when Mississippi State’s College of Education held its 12th annual research forum near the conclusion of the spring semester.

More than 200 participants attended the event, with more than 30 undergraduate and graduate students participating in the poster session. The forum focused on the theme, “Virtual Reality: Opportunities for Educational Research,” and featured keynote speaker Vince Jordan, CEO and Founder of Lobaki, Inc., a virtual reality application company.

Three undergraduate and three graduate students who conducted faculty-guided research projects throughout the 2018-2019 academic year were recognized.

Undergraduate award recipients include:

FIRST—Hannah N. Hardwick, a senior kinesiology major from Burnsville, “The Effects of Unified Soccer Program on Motor Performance and Sport Skill in Young

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