Kelly P. Massey is an Associate Professor of Exercise Science at Georgia College & State University and an active contributor to the Georgia College Mentoring Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors (MURACE) program for undergraduate research. She also created a research scholar program within the School of Health and Human Performance (SHHPS) which helps undergraduates maneuver through a complete research project. She is very passionate about furthering the importance of not only the product of undergraduate research, but also the process of it. She has mentored undergraduates in research for the past nine years and have had them present their findings at multiple regional conferences around the Southeast. Her research interests include cardiac rehabilitation, metabolism/energy balance studies, and nutrition interventions as ergogenic aids. She currently serves on the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Strategic Health Initiative – Women, Sports, & Physical Activity committee and as the chair of the Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Healthcare category of The Global Undergraduate Awards competition. She has been an active Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) Councilor for the Health Sciences Division since 2016 and served as chair from 2016 – 2018. She also served on the CUR Student Program Task Force (2016-2019) and actively worked on a student resource center and NCUR student programs.
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