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Louise de Lannoy, PhD Candidate, SKHS discusses individual response to exercise with Runners World Magazine

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Louise de Lannoy, PhD Candidate in exercise physiology at the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, was recently interviewed by Runners World Magazine.  In response to the question `Do Some People Not Respond to Exercise?, Louise says it depends on what you measure.....

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Dr. Celina Shirazipour Named Governal General's Academic Gold Medalist 2017

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Celina Shirazipour, SKHS PhD Graduate, has been named a 2017 Governor General’s Academic Gold Medalist.  Celina completed her doctoral studies last year under the supervision of Dr. Amy Latimer-Cheung in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies.

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Celina will be presented with her Gold Medal at the Spring 2017 convocation ceremony scheduled for Friday 09 Jun 2017 at 10:00 am in Grant Hall.

Julie-Anne Staehli, MSc Candidate, SKHS - discusses how coaching supports student-athletes

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How Coaching Supports Student-Athletes

by Natalia Mukhina (snipped from SGS website)


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Dr. Elaine Power offers counter-argument to the impact of the Basic Income Guarantee on women

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Dr. Elaine Power's opinion on a counter-argument to an op-ed published previously on the impact of the Basic Income Guarantee on women was printed in the Toronto Star Newspaper on 23 Apr 2017.  She states that:  "No one can deny the need for accessible child and elder care programs to provide women who need it with a real choice between caregiving of all kinds and paid labour.

Ian Janssen (SKHS Prof) and Veronica Poitras (SKHS PhD Grad) discuss sedentary behaviour and benefits of physical activity

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Scanlan: Kids are now heavier, rounder and weaker — the fix ought to be simple (snipped from the Ottawa Sun) 

 Wayne Scanlan  First posted: Thursday, March 23, 2017 07:00 PM EDT | Updated: Thursday, March 23, 2017 08:54 PM EDT

Jean Côté keynote speaker at sold-out NYSI Youth Coaching Conference

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250 attend sold-out NYSI Youth Coaching Conference

By on March 14, 2017 Industry in Motion (snipped)

Brendon Gurd talks to the Kingston Herald and The Telegraph about how to tell if your workouts are working (updated 23Jan2017)

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Dr. Brendon Gurd, Associate Professor, School of Kinesiology and Health Studies at Queen`s University talked to Dick Mathison of the Kingston Herald on Thursday 19 Jan 2017 about: 

Study: Here’s How to Tell if Your Workouts are Working

Jacob Bonafiglia, MSc Candidate - in Men's Journal and The Telegraph - discusses what to do when your workout isn't working

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Jacob Bonafiglia, MSc Candidate in muscle physiology, School of Kinesiology and Health Studies at Queen's University discussed his reaearch on exercise non-responders in Men's Journal, Health & Fitness Section, Jan 2017. 

Dr. Brendon Gurd on CBC Here and Now and Medical Daily - discusses exercise non-responders - UPDATED

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Dr. Brendon Gurd, Associate Professor, School of Kinesiology and Health Studies at Queen's University discusses exercise non-responders with Gill Deacon on CBC Here and Now (06 Jan 2017) and how changing up your exercise regime could be beneficial.  Is endurance training equal to sprint training?  How to know what is best for you.

Dr. Elaine Power discusses basic income guarantee public consultations in Kingston ON

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Dr. Elaine Power, Associate Professor in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies discuses basic income guarantee with Alan Neal, host of All in a Day, CBC News on 09 Jan 2017.  Ontario wants to experiment with universal basic income later this year. And provincial officials stop by Kingston this evening to get ideas for how the poverty relief plan could work.