Our lab’s goal is to develop effective technology-supported behavioral programs to
help adults increase physical activity, decrease sedentary time, improve diet, and
Graduate Scholars in Aging 2020 Recipient - Katherine DeVivo
The Graduate Scholar in Aging Research Awards program recognizes and supports outstanding
graduate students who exemplify the highest standards of scholarship focused on aging.
Katherine will use her Graduate Scholar in Aging Award to support her research on
examining the agreement between accelerometers used to measure sedentary behavior
and physical activity among older adults who have had knee replacement surgery.
Congratulations Katherine DeVivo
Katherine completed a Master of Public Health in Physical Activity and Public Health,
where she was an AFLAC Fellow and received the Outstanding MPH Student Achievement
Award. Katherine will be continuing her studies in the Exercise Science Doctoral
Program in Fall 2020. Congratulations Katherine!!
Congratulations Courtnee Harpine
Courtnee graduated in May 2020 with a degree in Exercise Science. She received the
Outstanding Exercise Science Student Award from the Department of Exercise Science.
Additionally, she received the Outstanding Senior Award and the President's Award.
Currently Recruiting Participants
Do you Meet Eligibility Criteria?
40-79 years old
Scheduled a knee replacement
Have an iPhone or Android smartphone that is near you a majority of the day