What is a Kinesiology Research Forum?
A Kinesiology Research Forum is a 90 minute event designed to provide undergraduate students insight into the broad array of research being conducted within the School of Kinesiology. By connecting with faculty and research opportunities in all five Kinesiology streams (Neuromechanical; Psychology of Sport, Physical Activity & Health; Socio-Cultural Studies; Systems Biology, Exercise & Health; Education for Physical Activity, Health, and Sport) you can expand your learning community, gain exposure to ground breaking research and find out about different ways you can get KINvolved and KINnected with research.
What is the event format?
Faculty and graduate students, for multiple labs and streams, will deliver brief presentations to highlight their current research and provide opportunities at the end for questions. Research forums are a great venue for undergraduate students to hear from all areas of Kinesiology research over the duration of a lunch time period.
Winter Term 1 2018 Undergraduate Research Forum
Date: Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Time: 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
Address: Henry Angus 334, 2053 Main Mall V6T 1Z2
To register: Registration is now closed
Confirmed Presenters for 2018ay
|First Name||Last Name||Research Area||Lab and/or Research Group|
|Dr. Eli||Puterman||Biological and Physiological Studies||Fitness, Aging, & Stress (FAST) Lab|
|Dr. Bill||Sheel||Biological and Physiological Studies||Health and Integrative Physiology (HIP) Laboratory|
|Dr.Tim||Inglis||Neuromechanical Studies||Neurophysiology Lab|
|Raza||Malik||Neuromechanical Studies||Human Locomotion|
|Dr. Mark||Carpenter||Neuromechanical Studies||Neural Control of Posture & Movement Laboratory|
|Dr. Nicola||Hodges||Neuromechanical Studies; Psychological Studies||Motor Skills Laboratory|
|Dr. Mark||Beauchamp||Psychological Studies||Psychology of Exercise, Health, and Physical Activity Laboratory (PEHPA Lab)|
|Dr. Guy||Faulkner||Psychological Studies||Population and Physical Activity Lab|
|Dr. Patricia||Vertinsky||Socio Cultural Studies||Physical Cultural Studies and Sport History Research Group|
View Presentations from the 2018 event
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