Jordana Dahmen is currently a senior undergraduate lab researcher doing work with the Accuracy & Reliability of Physical Activity Monitors During Pregnancy Study in the Exercise Physiology and Performance Laboratory. She also does research in the department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at WSU looking at how wearable technology can detect physical activity behavior changes. While she has found a passion with research she also works as an Undergraduate Research Peer Mentor, is a co-chair of the Broadening Participation in Computing club, founder and president of the Undergraduate Research Club at WSU, and an assistant supervisor at WSU Testing Services. Aspirations academically is attend graduate school to earn a PhD in Kinesiology with a concentration in biomechanics. She then hopes to become a research professor and work with a professional sports teams to research injury prevention.
Phone: (509) 330-6337
Avi Mangat is currently a junior at Washington State University majoring in Kinesiology with a minor in Biology. Academic aspirations following her undergraduate degree is to attend medical school or graduate school. Professional goals include either becoming a sports medicine physician or having a career involving exercise physiology. Her major interests are in weight training, reading, and any outdoor recreation or activity. She currently volunteers at Pullman Regional Hospital.
Phone: (253) 249-4299
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