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Not your typical kinesiology experience

Nicole Bishop and Katie Alyward

“Many people assume that pursing a degree in kinesiology means continuing on to work in health care, however, that’s not the case anymore,” says Ms. Bishop. “The Memorial kinesiology program is rapidly expanding and the opportunities are endless if you just do a little searching to see what’s out there.” 

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Motion-induced fatigue in offshore workers

HKR graduate Greg Pearcey

"In emergency situations, the ability of people to react to hazardous events will likely also be compromised slightly and, essentially, any computer task will be affected.”

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