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STRIDE

Center for Solutions Through Research in Diet & Exercise

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Kinesiology Professor Receives $2.8Mil Grant to Study Gestational Diabetes

Mar 28, 2016


 

Kinesiology Professor Suzanne Phelan recently received $2.8 million from the National Photo of Dr. PhelanInstitutes of Health for ongoing research into ways to prevent the recurrence of gestational diabetes. This condition develops during pregnancy and can cause long-term health problems in mothers and their babies. It can also lead to severe pregnancy and delivery complications.

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Summer 2017 Quarterly

Jul 3, 2017


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Winter 2017 Quarterly

Mar 23, 2017


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Fall 2016 Quarterly

Nov 23, 2016


 

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Spring 2016 Quarterly

Oct 25, 2016


 

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Winter 2016 Quarterly

Oct 25, 2016


 

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Fall 2015 Quarterly

Dec 1, 2015


 

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Dr. Taylor receives Cal Poly's first Learn By Doing Scholar Award

May 11, 2015


Kevin Taylor, Kinesiology Department Chair, received the first Cal Poly Learn By Doing Scholar Award for his published research on the STRIDE program, Activity4All. The new award recognizes outstanding faculty scholarship in Learn By Doing.

The article for which Taylor received his award shares his research on Activity4All, a STRIDE program in which students collaborate to design equipment to enable physical activity for people with disabilities. In the article, “Learning Design through the Lens of Service: A Qualitative Study,” Taylor and co-authors Dr. David Hey, Dr. Brian Self, Dr. Lynne Slivovsky, and Dr. James Widmann evaluated the impact of Activity4All on student learning. As they published in the Journal for Service Learning in Engineering (v. 9 n. 1, Spring 2014) article, Taylor and his co-authors studied the effects of the design project experience by focusing on learning engineering design, student motivation, and student views of people with disabilities. They also searched for student identified benefits and obstacles in collaborating with an interdisciplinary team.

“Your findings, including your documented discoveries about how to improve the design experience for students, will support better Learn by Doing experiences for future students,” Anna Gold, Dean of Library Services and Chair, Learn by Doing Scholar Committee, said in the award letter.

The Learn By Doing Scholar Award committee will be hosting an award ceremony planned at this year’s “More than a Motto” reception on May 15, from 4:10-6p.m., in the Universal Art Gallery.

Spring 2015 Quarterly

May 1, 2015


 

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STRIDE Seed Funding Initiative

Apr 21, 2015


In Partnership with CAFES, CENG, CLA, and COSAM, the Cal Poly Center for Solutions Through Diet & Research (STRIDE) is currently accepting applications for its Seed Funding Initiative. This mechanism provides eligible faculty with up to $5,000 for 15 months to produce work leading to an external research grant proposal submission in line with the mission of STRIDE. The most successful proposals will demonstrate scientific merit, interdisciplinary approaches, student involvement, potential for external funding, and relevance to STRIDE mission and values. 

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