Broncos Vigil – Monday at 3:30 p.m.

I would like to invite you to a vigil to be held tomorrow, Monday, April 9 at 3:30 p.m. in Convocation Hall in response to the tragic bus accident involving the Humboldt Broncos ju...

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Statement regarding Humboldt Broncos tragedy

The tragic bus accident Friday afternoon involving the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team has had a profound impact on the Province of Saskatchewan, and on many of us in the Unive...

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The fascinating science behind cross-education

Icy streets and slippery sidewalks lead to a multitude of fractures and we are looking for ways to enhance recovery

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Can exercise help tackle the opioid crisis?

The misuse of opioids has reached crisis levels across North America. Every day in 2016, 116 Americans died from opioid-related drug overdoses. And almost 1,500 Canadians died from...

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Inspiring Indigenous youth

Welcoming young athletes back to the PAC for our partnership program with the Saskatoon Tribal Council and Huskie Athletics

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Fond farewell for campus curling

This is not only the final year for hockey in Rutherford Rink, but also the farewell season for curling on campus.

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Legendary track and field coach Sanderson remembered

Huskie Athletics and the University of Saskatchewan are saddened by the loss of track and field coach emeritus Lyle Sanderson.

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U of S researchers awarded 12 SHRF Collaborative Innovation Development grants

A research team that includes Dr. Corey Tomczak and Dr. Marta Erlandson are testing the effectiveness and feasibility of Saskatchewan’s first chronic disease management interventio...

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It all starts with research

Sometimes the book you need isn’t waiting on a shelf; sometimes you have to write it yourself

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The agony of defeat: How Olympians can deal with failure

It’s been said there’s nothing worse than finishing fourth at the Olympics.

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February is Be Active Month

Explore the benefits of increasing your physical activity for improving your overall well-being

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An update on MEND SK

Over the past six years 175 programs were offered for free reaching over 1,400 children

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Remembering Rutherford Rink

Although there was a team as early as 1910, University of Saskatchewan hockey was first played on campus on natural ice in late 1929, within what was originally called the ice drom...

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CareerMeetUps

Do you want to connect with professionals in your field?

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Undergrads in the lab

Recognizing the value and important contributions of undergraduate research

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Honours for Kinesiology researchers

Dr. Nancy Gyurcsik was recognized at the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation 2017 Santé Awards Evening

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We want to hear from our college

Calling all Kinesiology students, faculty and staff! Our strategic planning process is ongoing and we need your input

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Graduate student successes

Our graduate students have had a busy term this fall

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Young Indigenous athletes shine

The future stars of the Huskies and other elite teams gathered at the PAC

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Athletic aspirations

Close to 70 young Indigenous athletes are set to attend the Youth Leadership Through Sports Program, a partnership with the Saskatoon Tribal Council.

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Be Well Day

Join us in exploring strategies for a Healthy Body, Healthy Life and Healthy Mind

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Helping students cope with mental health

While much of the focus in our college is on improving physical health, we want to support our students in recognizing the vital role mental health plays in their success.

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KIN Life - Fall Kick Off Event

Please join us for an opportunity to meet your fellow Kinesiology students, faculty and staff

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Welcoming our students

The College of Kinesiology is excited to welcome our first year students each year and introduce them to our college at the annual Orientation session, held this year on September ...

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A tsunami of influences

How do we encourage girls and young women to participate in sports?

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Welcoming back our CHAMPS campers

Now in it's third year, the Children's Healthy Heart Camps in Saskatchewan (CHAMPS) is bringing a special group of kids together for a unique opportunity

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Building reconciliation through undergraduate education

The University of Saskatchewan is featured in The New York Times showcasing its success in Indigenous engagement and reconciliation.

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A virtual tour of the PAC

Learn more about the Physical Activity Complex and the services available to our members.

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A stride in the right direction

Abhishek Kumar, a Kinesiology Honours student, was awarded first place in the 2017 USSU Undergraduate Project Symposium.

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Student Awards at Spring Convocation

The College of Kinesiology is pleased to congratulate all of our graduates for 2017. At today's Convocation ceremony, two of the graduating students were presented with special aw...

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An opportunity to celebrate instructors

The Celebration of Teaching was held as part of the Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning Celebration Week, April 24-28.

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Kinesiology researcher comments on ibuprofen risks

Saija Kontulainen, a professor in the College of Kinesiology, was recently cited in a Time magazine article on the risks of using non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) suc...

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Former NHL coach of the year coming to the U of S

And will be joining us in the College of Kinesiology for a special panel discussion on Aboriginal high performance athlete development and recruitment

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University of Saskatchewan embraces health charter

Committing to healthy minds, bodies and lives is the principle behind the Okanagan Charter, a global health initiative now adopted by the University of Saskatchewan.

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Research is the definition of hope

Celebrating aging-related research supported by the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation

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Bright lights shining on physical education at the University of Saskatchewan

Physical education at the University of Saskatchewan has just been given a power up with the help of LED lighting.

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Aboriginal Student Achievement Awards

As part of Aboriginal Achievement Week, we were proud to recognize one of our outstanding students, Hailey Tyndall, with an Aboriginal Student Achievement Award.

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Job Readiness Evening

Creating Top Cover Letters AND Ace the Interview

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Getting cut from teams can end kids' participation

The first time you get cut from a team sucks. The second time is probably no better, but many kids will not ever bother to try out again.

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MEND expands to Swift Current

The University of Saskatchewan will be launching its Mind, Exercise, Nutrition, Do It (MEND) program in Swift Current, thanks to the Growing Healthy Families Coalition.

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Researchers focus on falling and frailty

Fall-related injuries continue to be the leading cause of emergency room visits and hospitalization for Canadian seniors, one of the fastest-growing demographics in the country.

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Career Cafe Networking Talks

Do you want to connect with professionals in your field?

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Athletic Director Hughton announces June retirement

Basil Hughton announced Monday morning he will retire after nine seasons as the University of Saskatchewan’s director of athletics and nearly 40 years in education.

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Sparking Physical Activity in Classrooms

Were you one of those kids who struggled to sit still in class? Were your teachers always frustrated by your constant fidgeting and disruptions?

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London calling for healthy campus community

The new dean of the College of Kinesiology wants to hit the ground running—or walking—whatever gets you moving on campus.

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Sexism reaches all levels of sport and physical activity

Kinesiology faculty member, Dr. Louise Humbert, comments on gender inequalities within sports and physical activities.

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Summer Study Tour to China

Have you ever wanted to study abroad? The College of Kinesiology has partnered with the Confucius Institute at the University of Saskatchewan and the International Student and Stu...

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