USask instructor finds hope through sustainability faculty fellowship

University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Kinesiology lecturer and alumnus Shannon Forrester said it provided her with a sense of accountability to commit to and engage in sust...

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Alumnus leads international effort to advocate for cross-education in rehabilitation

Tapping into global expertise and diverse perspectives is key for bringing about innovative solutions to difficult problems.

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Alumni Feature: Blair Healey(BScKIN’06, MSc’10)

Get to know alumnus, Blair Healey(BScKIN’06, MSc’10) and how his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in kinesiology have helped him thrive in his career.

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KIN LIFE presents Find Your Future: A fireside chat with alumni

The KIN Life – Learn, Work, Play is a College of Kinesiology initiative designed to create outstanding experiential learning opportunities for Kinesiology Students, and other stude...

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Cheers to 32 years Paul Rogal

Paul Rogal(BSPE’88) has announced that he is stepping away from his role of Director of USask Rec and entering a new phase of his life, retirement.

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Friend of the College Award 2023

This year, the college is excited to present the Friend of the College Award to Mr. Derek Rope.

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In Memory of Mark Tennant

It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Mark Tennant.

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Huskie Athletics Celebrates 2022-23 Academic All-Canadians

SASKATOON, SK - Huskie Athletics is proud to celebrate the achievements of their student-athletes.

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USask tennis courts get a little “love” thanks to generous donation

You could say a little “love” is being shown to the tennis courts sitting behind the Education building on the University of Saskatchewan campus.

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Class of ’83 celebrates its 40th anniversary back on campus

17 graduates from the class of 1983 brought back the 80’s on September 22-23, 2023 at Louis’ on campus.

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Week of Reflection Speaker Event

The College of Kinesiology invites you to a speaking event with Treaty Commissioner of Saskatchewan Mary Culbertson.

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New vascular health research supported by USask fellowship

A University of Saskatchewan (USask) post-doctoral fellowship is supporting the research of vascular health in congenital heart disease.

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Cary Primeau (BSPE’95) awarded Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal

The Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal (Saskatchewan) was created to celebrate the 70th anniversary year of Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Accession to the Throne, wh...

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Supporting the health of ‘little hearts’ with physical literacy: U of S research

Young Innovators: "Educators must build up a child’s competence and confidence with simpler tasks before progressing to more challenging tasks.”

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Peter Friesen(PgDip'86), a Canadian physiotherapist won a Stanley Cup in 2006 — this year his son helped Denver win the NBA title

A father and son with Saskatchewan roots love to help athletes achieve their goals — and they're really good at it. Both men have helped high-level athletes bring home hardware and...

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In loving memory of Dr. Don Bailey

It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Dr. Donald (Don) Bailey.

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Kinesiology's Priebe wins 2023 USask Teaching Award

Teaching excellence at the University of Saskatchewan will be celebrated on June 14 as part of the USask Staff and Faculty Awards event

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Andres and Alras earn major kinesiology grad awards

Each year at the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Spring Convocation ceremony, the College of Kinesiology recognizes its Most Outstanding Graduate and Dean’s Medal Recipient.

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Saskatchewan universities mark National Health and Fitness Day with new partnership initiative to get Saskatchewan moving

SASKATOON – Canada is facing an inactivity crisis. Daily physical activity is on the decline and preventable illness is on the rise. That’s why the University of Saskatchewan (USas...

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Active Living for Pain: Promoting an Active Lifestyle to Help Manage Chronic Pain

One in five people in Saskatchewan experiences chronic pain. A physical activity and pain management initiative aims to meet their needs.

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Focused research was designed to improve outcomes for women with heart disease and stroke

CIHR and Heart and Stroke supported critical research to develop gender-appropriate care that is culturally relevant and safe.

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2023 class inducted into PA Sports Hall of Fame during ceremony

The Prince Albert Sports Hall of Fame gained nine new members on Saturday during an induction ceremony in the Ches Leach Lounge at the Art Hauser Centre, including two kinesiology ...

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2023 College of Kinesiology Research Showcase

Join us for a Celebration of Research from March 28 - 31, 2023 in the Physical Activity Complex.

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Hom, Moskaluke, win Junior Men’s Provincials, off to Nationals

Kinesiology’s Michael Hom and Roger Moskaluke (BSPE'91) are on their way to Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec, for the 2023 New Holland Canadian Junior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships.

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Creating opportunities through physical activity with Indigenous youth

In late 2022, the College of Kinesiology welcomed over 20 students and 10 chaperones from Montreal Lake Cree Nation and Little Red Cree Nation for a wellness retreat.

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USask-led research project receives more than $1.3 million to study bone strength development in children with diabetes

University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers have received more than $1.3 million for an unprecedented multi-year study of the development of bone structure, density and strength...

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Kinesiology students win major Canada West wrestling awards

SueAnne Harms, a fourth-year kinesiology student from Saskatoon, SK won Women’s Wrestler of the Year for Canada West while third-year student from Warman, SK, Drake Buechler won th...

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Michelle Duchene (BSKI'99) wins Sask Sport Volunteer Dedication Award

For the first time since 2019, supporters from Saskatchewan and across Canada gathered in person to celebrate the finalists and recipients of the 2022 Saskatchewan Sport Awards on ...

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Huskies score gold with Team Canada at FISU World University Winter Games

Canada's women's, men's hockey teams both take top prize with Huskies on the roster.

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In Memory of Richard "Dick" Bell

It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Dr. Richard "Dick" Bell.

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Alumni Spotlight

Final whistle: USask alum looks back at lengthy career as an NHL referee

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USask Kinesiology student dives into academics and competition

University of Saskatchewan (USask) student Rylan Wiens can usually be found in one of two places: in the pool or in the Physical Activity Complex.

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USask Rec Aquatics programming changes coming

Beginning January 1, 2023, USask Rec aquatics programming will be switching from the Canadian Red Cross to the Lifesaving Society Canada.

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Friend of the College Award 2022

The Friend of the College award is presented annually to recognize an individual, group of individuals or an organization that has made a noteworthy contribution to advance the Col...

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Shannon Forrester named USask Sustainability Faculty Fellow

A total of six Sustainability Faculty Fellows have been appointed for a two-year term including, kinesiology faculty member, Shannon Forrester.

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Acknowledging and Honouring the 21-22 U SPORTS Academic All-Canadians

Huskie Athletics is proud to celebrate the achievements of our incredible student-athletes. Over 20 kinesiology students were recognized.

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USask well represented at Women’s Football Championships

Over 10 graduates from the University of Saskatchewan were in Vantaa, Finland from July 28th to August 8th representing Team Canada at the 2022 World Women’s Football Championship.

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Dean Chad London heading to new role at Mount Royal University

It is with considerable mixed feelings that we share the news that Dr. Chad London will be stepping down as dean, College of Kinesiology following his administrative leave on Decem...

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Bridges: Women's health top of mind for Myranda Reimer

"I'm always questioning things; I'm always looking for meaning. I think that just naturally motivates me to keep going," says Reimer, a women's health physiotherapist with a focus ...

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Reindl (BSKI'06) named head coach of U20 Canadian Athletics Team for World U20 Championships

Track and Field / Cross Country Head Coach Jason Reindl will be representing Team Canada this August as he has been named the Head Coach of the U20 National Team. Reindl will lead ...

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USask Kinesiology alumnus heading to the Saskatoon Sports Hall of Fame

College of Kinesiology graduate Ron Friesen (BAPE’71) is having his name called to be inducted into the Saskatoon Sports Hall of Fame.

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CHAMPS Camp returns to USask

After a two-year hiatus during the pandemic, CHAMPS - Children's Healthy-Heart Activity Monitoring Program in Saskatchewan is welcoming back 30 campers to a week-long activity camp...

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(BA)PE ’71 and ’72 Reunion

Graduates from the class of 1971 and 1972 gathered back on campus on June 10 – 12, 2022 to reminisce, rediscover, and reunite with one another.

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Oates and Priebe receive Provost's Award for Outstanding Teaching

Kinesiology’s Dr. Alison Oates and Carly Priebe have been recognized with teaching awards at the annual USask Celebration of Teaching celebration.

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Sparks and Chorneyko earn major kinesiology grad awards

Each year at University of Saskatchewan (USask) Spring Convocation, the College of Kinesiology recognizes its Most Outstanding Graduate and Dean’s Medal Recipient. This year, the c...

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Kinesiology student, Hom, brings home gold

Michael Hom, a first-year kinesiology student from Regina, SK competed at the 2022 Canadian Under-18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships in Nova Scotia that featured over 42 teams...

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USask research will focus on social justice and physical health in vulnerable populations

Two University of Saskatchewan (USask) research projects will highlight the importance of equitable opportunities for Two-Spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (2SLGBTQ+)...

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Huskies student-athlete set to compete for Canada

Five years ago, Nicole Ostertag was a budding ballet star, having trained at prestigious art institutes the likes of Canada’s National Ballet School in Toronto and the American Bal...

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