Team Mitchell full of USask connections

The University of Saskatchewan will be well represented at the 2019 Viterra Scotties Provincial Championship held from January 22nd – 27th in Humboldt, SK.

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Barker a role model for young Huskies

He may not get the highlights or headlines, but Joseph Barker has been a key part of the narrative in the story of success of the Huskie men’s basketball team.

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KIN LIFE - Find Your Future

Meet with other colleges and kinesiology alumni working in many unique professions utilizing their USask degree!

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USask Kinesiology alumnus finding success early on

College of Kinesiology graduate Michelle Keene (MPT’14, BScKin’11) has found success early on in her career landing herself on the 2018 CBC Saskatchewan's Top 40 under 40 list.

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Athlete Era Invents New Way to Coach Youth Sports

USask kinesiology graduates Corey Edington BSKI'14, Andrew Leslie BSKI'11, and Kent Walters are passionate about helping kids develop physical literacy.

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In memory of Dr. John Duncan Dewar

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Dr. John Duncan Dewar, former dean (1977-1986) and Professor Emeritus of our college, on December 13, 2018.

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USask alum among Indigenous athletes honoured

Jacqueline Lavallee never dreamed of being inducted into the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame, but the former University of Saskatchewan Huskies star is proud to be paving the way ...

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A year to remember for Huskies’ Lalor

There aren’t many athletes who earn national and international medals in the same year in two different sports, while also being honoured for their academic excellence.

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USask Kinesiology researchers host Canada-wide peer-led program for Indigenous youth

University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers in the College of Kinesiology are playing a leading role in the Indigenous Youth Mentorship Program (IYMP).

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Pain research wins award

A collaborative health research team has won an award for the most outstanding research abstract presented at the recent American Public Health Association (APHA) conference in San...

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USask College of Kinesiology showcases Indigenous athletes

SASKATOON - The College of Kinesiology, in partnership with the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame, is honouring some of Saskatchewan’s most influential Indigenous athletes in a stun...

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New USask research chair probes heart and stroke prevention among Indigenous women

University of Saskatchewan researcher Dr. Heather Foulds (PhD) has been named Indigenous Early Career Women’s Heart and Brain Chair, with $730,000 over five years to study the role...

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Can yoga decrease the risk of fall-related injuries in peri- and post-menopausal women?

A team of researchers at the University of Saskatchewan want to find out.

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Merlis Belsher Place connected to the community

While it’s easy to see Merlis Belsher Place as a new home for the University of Saskatchewan Huskie teams, the multi-sport facility is already serving to connect the campus to the ...

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Kinesiology Alumni Feature

Meet Bethany Dick, BSKI'16

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Kinesiology Student Feature

Meet PhD Student - Natasha Boyes

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Merlis Belsher Place Grand Opening Weekend

It’s time to drop the puck! Students, faculty, and staff are invited to the Merlis Belsher Place Grand Opening weekend coming up on October 26 & 27.

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Kinesiology Clothing - Now Available!

The College of Kinesiology and KiSS Council are proud to announce that the 2018 Fall Kinesiology clothing store is now open and online!

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University of Saskatchewan launches bold new strategic plan

The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) introduced today a bold new university plan to guide the institution’s direction over the next seven years.

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Backpack to Briefcase

Mark your calendar kinesiology students! Alumna and co-founder of RYDE YXE, Shaina Lynden, BscKin'05 will be presenting on October 25th, 2018.

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KIN Life - Creating Top Cover Letters and Building Effective Resumes

A presentation by the Student Employment and Career Centre

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Broke your arm? Exercise the other one to strengthen it

If you have ever broken an arm and had to wear a cast or splint for a few weeks, you will be familiar with the alarming loss of muscle and uneasy feeling of weakness experienced af...

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Kinesiology’s Weber lends a hand to National Women’s Hockey Team

Hockey Canada hosted 59 women hockey players from across Canada for their annual Fall Festival in Dawson Creek, BC as they compete for a spot on Canada’s National Women’s Team.

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Centre court gets a facelift, thanks to Huskies' biggest fans

Ron and Jane Graham return to their alma mater to see their name on centre court. The university's most generous donors have supported students and Huskie athletes for over three d...

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Dreaded “freshman five” weight gain not a myth

The phenomenon happens even if a student’s weight was normal as a teenager, a U of S student has found.

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Kids at the heart of the matter

Thousands of children in Saskatchewan have Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) but don’t have a formal program that helps them live with the chronic condition.

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How to beat the ‘freshman five’ weight gain

Students need to be aware of their physical activity choices, ensuring that they are maintaining or increasing physical activity to meet guidelines and maintain normal weights, a P...

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KIN Life - Fall Kickoff Event

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

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Recreation and participation

Every week, thousands of people put the university’s recreation and fitness facilities to use, taking part in a plethora of programs from personal training and children’s activity ...

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CHAMPS is going strong

Now in it's fourth 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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Exercise opposite side to keep casted limb strong

When you injure an arm, exercising the same healthy limb on the other side of the body may be key to maintaining strength and muscle size in the injured limb, a University of Saska...

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Ron and Jane Graham donate more than $2 million to build new sport science and health facility at the U of S

University of Saskatchewan (U of S) alumni and long-time donors Ron and Jane Graham have made a donation of $2,068,000 to establish and build a sport science and health facility wi...

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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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