Kinesiology's Vanessa MacCormick was nominated by her KIN382 students and took home the hardware for the 2019 USSU Instructional Support Award.
Bethany Dick has been named the winner of the Up and Coming Professional Award with the Saskatchewan Association of Recreation Professionals (S.A.R.P.)
Dr. Larry Brawley was honoured with an award based on mentorship and training being named after him.
Dance has more to offer than a “fitness craze”, promoting reconciliation and Métis heritage.
Keely Shaw grew up loving hockey and horses. At the age of 15, she had a promising career in hockey as a goaltender but a tragic accident involving her horse left the entire left s...
Two students have spent their week learning about the Kinesiology program as part of the Verna J Kirkness Science and Engineering Education Program.
Properly and respectfully introducing Indigenous ways of teaching, learning and living into a complex education system steeped in tradition can be an intimidating undertaking.
The College of Kinesiology was well represented at the Department of Pediatrics Child Health Research Trainee Day
Several of our graduate and undergraduate honour students presented on their research.
The Indigenous Youth Mentorship Program (IYMP) is bringing Indigenous youth together across the country, and a pair of University of Saskatchewan (USask) students have been thrille...
University of Saskatchewan researcher Dr. Heather Foulds (PhD) is studying the role of social and cultural factors in heart disease and stroke among Indigenous women.
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.
University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers in the College of Kinesiology are playing a leading role in the Indigenous Youth Mentorship Program (IYMP).
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...
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...
A team of researchers at the University of Saskatchewan want to find out.