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A University Student's Guide to Managing Stress During Difficult Times

Published: 5Aug2020

Feeling anxious, restless, or stressed? Have a look at "A University Student's Guide to Managing Stress During Difficult Times"....

Christopher Bailey of KPE has a new publication

Published: 15Jul2020

Congratulations to Christopher Bailey on his new publication "Effects of old age on fatigability and sensorimotor characteristics of a repetitive upper limb fatiguing task" in PLoS ONE 15(7):...

Congratulations to KPE's Christopher Bailey on his successful PhD defence!

Published: 2Aug2020

Congratulations to Chris Bailey for successfully defending his PhD “Biomechanics and physiology of motor variability in repetitive movements of young and old male and female adults”....

Spring 2020 Virtual Convocation - Master's and Doctoral Graduates of KPE

Published: 19Jun2020

On behalf of the Dept. of Kinesiology & Physical Education, Congratulations to all our Master's and Doctoral Graduates! Kathleen Belanger-Finn, M.A.

Congratulations, KPE Grads of 2020

Published: 14Jul2020

On behalf of the Dept. of Kinesiology & Physical Education, Congratulations to all our Grads of 2020 Read More

Congratulations to Yasmine Coovadia, for completing her Master’s of Science degree in Exercise Physiology - KPE

Published: 7Jun2020

Congratulations to Yasmine Coovadia, who completed her Master’s of Science degree in Exercise Physiology based on her work in the Cardiovascular Health and Autonomic Regulation Laboratory (CHARLab)...

Congratulations to Audrey Parent on obtaining a FRQS Post-Doctoral Fellowship! - KPE

Published: 6Jun2020

The Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education would like to congratulate Audrey Parent for her 2020-2021 FRQS Post-Doctoral Fellowship!...

Jordan Meredith of KPE receives the Phyllis Shapiro Teaching Award

Published: 7Jun2020

The Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education would like to congratulate Jordan Meredith for receiving the Phyllis Shapiro Teaching Award....

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