November Faculty Awards and Accolades

    Congratulations to the Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation alumni, faculty, staff and students being recognized this month!

    December 3, 2018

    Congratulations to the Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation alumni, faculty, staff and students being recognized this month!

    Faculty Recognition

    Dave Collins: 2018 TEC Edmonton Innovation Award. READ MORE

    Kerry Courneya: Canada Research Chair in Physical Activity and Cancer, Tier I renewal. READ MORE

    Kate Davies: OnCampus Inclusive Educator Award for dedication and commitment to inclusive education and for whole heartedly embracing diversity in the classroom.

    Zac Robinson: Royal Canadian Geographical Society College of Fellows. READ MORE

    Billy Strean: OnCampus Inclusive Educator Award for dedication and commitment to inclusive education and for whole heartedly embracing diversity in the classroom.

     

    Student Recognition

    Dong-Woo Kang: Korean Canadian Graduate Scholarship. Research topic: Exercise During Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer: The ERASE Trial. The aim of the ERASE Trial is to investigate the effects of exercise on tumour growth and fear of cancer progression in men with prostate cancer who are not receiving treatments.

    Helene Jørgensen: 2018 Alberta Graduate Citizenship Award for demonstrating outstanding dedication and leadership to fellow students and to their community.

    Rylan Kafara: Edmonton’s Top 40 Under 40, Avenue Magazine. READ MORE

     

    Staff Recognition

    Cristian Kasinski (aquatics staff): University of Alberta Concerto Competition 2018 – First Place. Cristian has won the opportunity to perform a Concerto with the University Symphony Orchestra as a featured soloist at the Winspear Centre on April 5, 2019.

     

    Athletics Recognition

    Golden Bears and Pandas wrestlers Haley Heffel and Aidan McKeage have been named to the Canadian Roster for the U23 World Wrestling Championships. READ MORE

     

    Alumni Recognition

    Beth Hudson (BScKin ’13, Indigenous Sport and Recreation Certificate ’18): 2018 NWTRPA (Northwest Territories Recreation and Parks Association) Innovation Award. READ MORE