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Jeremy Walsh, SKHS PhD Candidate - the trip that no other student has done before

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Altitude research brings Queen’s student to Mount Everest

Seeking Biomechanist for Tenure-Track Position

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The School is seeking a biomechanist for a full-time, tenure-track faculty member position to begin 01 July 2017.

Applications are due Saturday 01 October 2016 by 11:59 pm

CLICK HERE for link to application details

Dr. Jennifer Tomasone, from Student to SKHS Faculty Member

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Coming full circle

Dr. Jennifer Tomasone (SKHS Assistant Professor) has a special passion for Queen’s University.TomasonePicMay2016

Hoda Gharib, SKHS MSc Candidate participates in 3M Thesis Final

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SKHS MSc Candidate, Hoda Gharib


is a finalist in the:

Three Minute Thesis Competition FINAL

Date:  Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Time: 4:45pm

Venue: Biosciences 1101

Robert Bentley, PhD Candidate and Luc Martin, PhD - SKHS Instructors receive 2015 AMS Teaching Awards

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The 2015-2016 AMS Teaching Awards Ceremony was held on Friday 11 March 2016.  The AMS received over 150 nominations for this year’s teaching awards.

They selected 10 finalists for the Frank Knox Teaching Award - 4 of those finalists were instructors from SKHS: Dr. Luc Martin, Dr. Jennifer Tomasone, Dr. Michael Tschakovsky, and Ashley Johnson, SKHS PhD Candidate. 

WAG Adaptive Games 2016 - a hit with participants and SKHS Students

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Adaptive Games a hit with participants, Queen's students

 By Steph Crosier, Kingston Whig-Standard / Sunday, January 31, 2016 9:25:24 EST PM (snipped)


SKHS Grads are BEWIC Champs 2016

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SKHS grad students won the Competitive and Overall categories of the 2016 BEWIC Sports Weekend. 

Congrats Team !


Dr. Geoffrey Smith, SKHS Professor Emeritus, receives Lifetime Achievement Award from the Peace History Society

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Dr. Geoffrey Smith, Professor Emeritus with the (now) School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, has been awarded The Lifetime Achievement Award by the Peace History Society.  He is only the fifth recipient of this prestigious award.  (pic below courtesy the Gazette)

Dr. Elaine Power talks to the Ottawa Citizen Newspaper about "...a Canada that doesn't need food banks"

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Elaine Power: To serve the hungriest, we need a Canada that doesn't need food banks.....

"After more than 30 years, we know that food banks are not the answer. It is time to reinvest in our social safety net."

Dr. Elaine Power speaks about how food banks are not functioning

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Dr. Elaine Power, SKHS Faculty Member, speaks to LaPresse about Food Banks.  She says:  “The only study on the issue showed that 65-80% of families who do not have enough to eat never go to food banks.....They are at home and they are hungry."