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Human Kinetics

Carly AdamLethbridge professor Carly Adams will discuss her Nikkei Memory Capture Project in a Jan. 28 lecture.

Oral history of Japanese Canadians subject of lecture

A project to gather the stories of Japanese Canadians after the Second World War is the subject of a presentation Friday, Jan. 28.
matrix applied atop androidComputer-brain interfaces are no longer science fiction, raising ethical questions alongside the technical ones.

Researcher weighs pros and cons of biological sensors

Kinesiology professor Francesco Biondi considers the ethical questions raised by technology to bridge the human brain and the outside world.
Sarah Hébert (right) leads a competitor through warm-up stretches in preparation for the Special Olympics.Sarah Hébert (right) leads a competitor through warm-up stretches in preparation for the Special Olympics during an internship she served with its Ontario division as part of her MHK experience.

Sport management program earns high marks in global ranking

SportBusiness ranked UWindsor’s Master of Human Kinetics program in Sport Management among the world’s best.
Brendan DwyerBrendan Dwyer of Virginia Commonwealth University will discuss his work exploring the nature of sports fandom in a lecture Nov. 12.

Sports fanaticism subject of Friday lecture

Brendan Dwyer of Virginia Commonwealth University will discuss his work exploring the nature of sports fandom in a lecture Nov. 12.

person descending stairsFalls, and the injuries that can result, are preventable, says kinesiology professor Paula van Wyk.

Professor dedicated to preventing falls

November is Fall Prevention Month, a perfect time to promote awareness of this health issue, says kinesiology professor Paula van Wyk.