10 Years at the Crossroads
Research of the New Millennium
An Interdisciplinary Student Health Conference
The School of Health and Human Performance Graduate Student Society’s 10th annual Crossroads Conference was held on Saturday, March 24, 2012 at Dalhousie University.
Designed as an adjudicated, peer-reviewed academic forum for undergraduate and graduate students, Crossroads is a unique opportunity for students to showcase and engage in dialogue about their innovative health research. Emphasizing the importance of inter-disciplinary exchange, the conference includes submissions from a wide range of health-related disciplines, such as health promotion, leisure, kinesiology, nursing and health administration.
Congratulations to the following award winners:
Best Undergraduate Poster – Justin Hiltz (Mount Allison University)
Best Undergraduate Oral Presentation – Robyn Waite and Larissa Padayachee (Health Promotion, Dalhousie University)
Best Graduate Oral Presentation – Kaye Hare and Carly Pender (Health Promotion, Dalhousie University)
Best PhD/Postdoc Oral Presentation – Stephanie Jones (Kinesiology, Dalhousie University)