KIN-formation Session

The following content is from the KIN-formation Session that was presented by Dr. Paul Kennedy, KIN Advising, and Student Engagement, held in-person and over Zoom for all current KIN students on March 29th, 2022.

Together, we want to share with you what is coming up for next year, to help you better plan your timetable, and get more involved in the School of Kinesiology.

Some of the things that we touched on at this gathering were:

  • Have you ever wondered what the differences are between the streams? Let’s chat more about how streams will help you in your degree planning.
  • What’s a directed studies and a research experience? We’ll talk more about the KIN 490 and 492 courses and share some tips that will help you connect with faculty around these guided independent learning opportunities.
  • There are some new courses coming to the schedule. We’ll share with you what these new topics are and who’s covering each section.
  • Work-integrated learning is something we’ve been working on and hoping to bring to the BKIN program. Let’s chat more about this and how you might apply for these new BKIN courses.
  • Want to get more involved in the School of Kinesiology and student engagement? We’ll share with you what to look forward to for next year.

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