Dr. Heather Foulds has been awarded more than $1M.
Emmarae Dale (BSKI'20), a linebacker who helped the Saskatoon Valkyries win a pair of Western Women’s Canadian Football League (WWCFL) titles in 2016 and 2019, is the first female ...
Many northern communities in Saskatchewan are surrounded by bodies of water, which leads to a rise in concern over water safety each year.
Each year the graduating class hosts multiple fundraisers to help offset the costs of their annual graduation banquet. This year started off no different until March 2020.
Starting in spring 2020, the College of Kinesiology at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is introducing a new special topics course titled Remote Fitness Delivery, designed fo...
Preparations are underway to transform the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Merlis Belsher Place into a potential pandemic field hospital.
The College of Kinesiology is proud to provide critical supplies to the Saskatchewan Health Authority.
College of Kinesiology graduates, Keely Shaw(BScKin‘16) & Jason Reindl(BScKin'06) have been named as 2019 Saskatchewan Sport Award winners.
A new study has a group of University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers taking a look at how high intensity resistance exercises can help adults over the age of 50 who are suffer...
Children with Type 1 diabetes (DM1) have a high risk of fracture, but experts don’t know why.
Are you a primary caregiver searching for coping tips? There’s an app for that.
Four USask students took their holiday break to the ice in hopes of capturing a spot at the 2020 New Holland Canadian Junior Curling Championships on January 18-26 in Langley, BC.
The first Friend of the College Award was presented in 1982.
Saskatchewan athlete was first Canadian to win a Paralympic medal on home soil.
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.