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Gallahue-Morris Graduate Research Fellowship

Awarded to a graduate student at a masters or doctoral level, the Gallahue-Morris Graduate Research Fellowship is given to those studying motor learning, motor control, or motor development.

Dr. Melissa Heston was a graduate student at Indiana University from 1980 to 1989 and majored in Motor Development and Educational Psychology. During her time as a student, Dr. Heston developed a deep respect for two of her professors, Dr. Hal Morris and Dr. David Gallahue. To recognize these esteemed faculty members, Dr. Heston established the Gallahue-Morris Graduate Research Award in 1998.