A group of McMaster kinesiology students have developed a pilot project they hope will improve sanitation conditions at the largest and most densely populated refugee camp in the world. Please follow this link
to know more about the project.
MSc student Michelle Ogrodnik is one of the winners
of national Storytellers contest for communicating research with impact. Watch
Michelle tell how her SSHRC-funded research is making a difference in the lives of Canadians.
Professor Audrey Hicks has been named
one of eight Women Leaders of CSEP, recognizing individuals who have made major and significant contributions to the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology over the 50-year history of the organization.
Associate Professor Aimee Nelson has been renewed
as a Canada Research Chair. This program recognizes researchers acknowledged by their peers as world leaders (Tier 1) or with the potential to lead in their field (Tier 2). Kinesiology is home to two other Canada Research Chairs, Professor Stuart Phillips and Assistant Professor Vladimir Ljubicic.