Congratulations to Alessandra Amato on her poster presentation at the ASMBR 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting - KPE
Congratulations to Alessandra Amato on her poster presentation at the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR) 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting from September 11-15, 2020 titled ‘Evaluating the Muscle-Bone Unit in Severe Obesity with and without Type 2 Diabetes”.
August 27th, 2020, TIE lab in collaboration with Yunnan University (China), School of Physical Education held an online symposium.
McGill University’s Faculty of Education and Trafalgar School for Girls are partnering to establish a transformative partnership - the CoLab. A first of its kind in Canada, the CoLab will integrate teacher training, classroom practice and cutting-edge pedagogical research under one roof.
Congratulations to Nina Dai and Patrick Martin, who completed their Master's of Science (M.Sc.) degree in Exercise Physiology based on their work in the Exercise Metabolism and Nutrition Research Laboratory under the supervision of Dr. Tyler Churchward-Venne.
First Year McGill Kinesiology Student, Hana Mitsui Hotz, documents life in residence for CBC News.
In the midst of the pandemic, Hana documented her first few days living in residence and attending classes at McGill as schools begin to reopen for the semester.
Watch the video here: cbc.ca/player/life_in_residence
Congratulations to Evan Jette, who completed his Master’s of Science degree in Exercise Physiology based on his work in the Cardiovascular Health and Autonomic Regulation (CHARLab) and Clinical Exercise & Respiratory Physiology (CERPL) Laboraties and under the co-supervision of Drs.
Did you know... McGill students have access to 1 TB FREE personal file space on OneDrive, Microsoft’s cloud file storage component of the Office 365 package.
Access to the Faculty of Education Audiovisual Equipment Loan Service is currently by appointment only on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM in EDUC 328 (Education Building). The length of individual loans will be extended longer than usually within the limits of existing AV equipment inventories.
In this “From Failing Hands” podcast excerpt, McGill Education’s Dr. Gordon Bloom (Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education) discusses sport psychology in high performance, as a vital training component for professional athletes and others in high-pressure scenarios. Dr.
Yasmine’s paper is entitled “Sex differences in dynamic blood pressure regulation: beat-by-beat responses to muscle sympathetic nerve activity”.
Professor Tyler Churchward-Venne of McGill Education's Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education has just been announced as a John R. Evans Leaders Fund (JELF) grant recipient! As principal investigator for the research being done in Exercise and Nutrition to Support Skeletal Muscle Health Across the Lifespan, Dr. Churchward-Venne will receive $344,957 from JELF; $344,957 matching provincial funds.
Announcing a new course open to Education students (DISE, ECP, KPE)! EDPE 595: Seminar in Special Topics-- Introduction to Professional Engagement with Indigenous Peoples in Canada is a graduate level course that is also open to to advanced undergraduate students, with permission of the instructor. Taught by Professor Dennis Wendt on Tuesdays at 11:35 AM to 2:35 PM (EST), this course provides an introduction to key considerations pertaining to professional engagement with Indigenous Peoples
The Walter A. and K. Mary Marsh Fellowships in Education was established in 2009 by K. Mary Marsh in memory of her husband, Walter A. Marsh, for outstanding graduate students in the Faculty of Education. Awarded by the Faculty of Education to outstanding graduate students in the Faculty who have demonstrated leadership qualities.
Feeling anxious, restless, or stressed? Have a look at "A University Student's Guide to Managing Stress During Difficult Times".
Dr. Nancy Heath’s Development and Intrapersonal Resilience (DAIR) Research Team gives you quick tips and helpful resources with this great interactive e-flyer!
View the full document here!