The nominations for the 2019 Last Lecturer are in. The students have spoken, and their chosen instructor to deliver a lecture that throws away the syllabus and goes off-book is the Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation’s Adam Pinkoski!
It’s no surprise Pinkoski’s students describe him as “engaging,” “hilarious” and “next level.” This dedicated Human Anatomy instructor finds creative and entertaining ways to present course material, including humour, pop culture references and rap lyrics.
Hear from Pinkoski at the 2019 Last Lecture to find out more about human anatomy, mental health and rapping.
About the Speaker
Adam Pinkoski, ’16 BPE
Adam is a sessional instructor in UAlberta’s Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation whose teaching focuses on introductory and cadaver human anatomy. He works full time as a research associate for Rehabtronics Inc. with a view to developing technology for individuals with stroke and spinal cord injury. During his time as a student at UAlberta, Pinkoski was co-founder and president of the Hide and Seek Club.
About the Last Lecture Series: Inspiring Education
The Last Lecture asks one of the most amazing educators on campus to answer one question: If this were your last time to address a group of students, what would you say to them? The Last Lecture is an opportunity for the broader UAlberta community to hear from a favourite faculty member.
The concept of a “last lecture” became nationally recognized in 2007 with Dr. Randy Pausch, who gave his last lecture speech on Sept. 18, 2007, at Carnegie Mellon University.