Chelsea Larsen is a 2016 recipient of the Norman J. Arnold Doctoral Fellowship Award in the Arnold School of Public Health Department of Exercise Science. Established in 2010, this prestigious award is given to outstanding PhD students through departmental recommendation and committee evaluation. Larsen is one of only six students in the Department of Exercise Science chosen to receive the award this year. A former TecHealth research assistant and intern, she is currently a second year doctoral student in the Health Aspects of Physical Activity Program within the Department of Exercise Science. Larsen is also the recipient of the Behavioral-Biomedical Interface Program (BBIP) predoctoral fellowship award with TecHealth Director Delia West, serving as her mentor during her doctoral studies.