Graduate student hopes to challenge and change perceptions
Provincial accolades for former physical education director.
Simple movement or complex motor output?
An international study led by a Memorial researcher takes a closer look at the best ways to stretch before you exercise or play sports. As it turns out, most of us have been probably doing it wrong all along, particularly when it comes to static stretching.
Elementary students become virtual mountaineers through Everest 3.0.
HKR student recognized for leadership and dedication to recreation.
Brandon Snow, who is legally blind, did not let his genetic condition get in the way of completing his degree.
His success is being celebrated this week; he crossed the stage to pick up his bachelor of kinesiology degree on June 1.
When Charissa Reeves walked back into a classroom as a mature undergraduate student who was also a single parent, her perspective, needs, experiences and challenges were often different than her fellow classmates.
James Young is a man in motion.
He has accomplished much in his first year at Memorial, which is not surprising since he is always on the move—fitting for a master of science (kinesiology) student, working with world-renowned researcher Dr. David Behm.
Saturday, May 7 will be the first time ever that the School of Human Kinetics and Recreation (SHKR) at Memorial University will be offering a spring session of its FREE kids movement program called PLAY (physical literacy for all youth).
There’s a growing public awareness and momentum to promote positive body image. Researchers with the School of Human Kinetics and Recreation are hoping to continue to influence the conversation especially around improving body image in sport.
HKR alumni are in communities and schools collaborating to support healthy active living in youth like this recent project where Recreation alumni Ms. Ashley Button and Ms. Carla Sullivan and Bachelor Physical Education graduate Ms. Kim Gilbert working together.
A team from Memorial University is currently investigating ways to improve quality of life for persons with multiple sclerosis (MS).