Kinesiology Lab Days is an annual high school outreach event for grade 12 Exercise Science and grade 11/12 Biology classes.*
Held weekdays December 5-7 and 10-14, Lab Days features a one-day program (10:15 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.) of mini-laboratory sessions on assessing, treating, and preventing movement-related illness and injury.
Memory, Technology, and Alzheimer's Research (MA English - Experimental Digital Media)
AHS Alumni Ami Richter (BA '01, Recreation and Leisure Studies) and Heather Moyse (BSc '00, Kinesiology) are coming back to campus for TEDxUW.
Circadian rhythms: Molecules, neurons and circuits
Dr. Michael Rosbash
2012 Canada Gairdner Laureate
Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, USA
Dr. Rosbash is a recipient of the 2012 Canada Gairdner International Award for his pioneering discoveries concerning the biological clock responsible for circadian rhythms. Grade 10-12 high school students are invited to hear him speak about his research and discovery, followed by a complimentary light lunch.
Join us between October 9th and 28th at any of the Charcoal Group of Restaurants. Order an item off the UW WELL-FIT Feature Menu and proceeds will directly support the services offered through UW WELL-FIT.
Dr. Jennifer O’Loughlin, Ph.D.
Université de Montréal
This presentation will overview what we have learned about youth cessation to date from the 13-year Nicotine Dependence in Teens (NDIT) cohort investigation.
The talk will begin with results from our systematic reviews on the frequency of quit attempts, the determinants of cessation, and the results of randomized controlled trials testing youth cessation interventions. It will then overview our work of the natural history of cessation in youth.
20 Years Of Leisure Research – Looking Back, Looking Forward<
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Graduate Leisure Research Symposium, taking place at the University of Waterloo from May 10th – 11th, 2012.
Hosted by the University of Waterloo Graduate Association for Recreation and Leisure Studies (GARLS), the conference features a keynote address by Dr. Mark Havitz from the University of Waterloo, and John Haddock, CEO of the Kitchener-Waterloo-Cambridge YMCA.
Prevention of Sports-Related Spinal Cord
Injuries and Concussions
by Dr. Charles Tator, CM, MD, PhD, FRSCS
The official launch of the School of Public Health and Health Systems in the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences at the University of Waterloo will take place on Thursday, April 19, 2012.
We are delighted to announce that Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland – world renowned for her work in public health and sustainable development – will be our keynote speaker.
Dr. Brundtland is the former Prime Minister of Norway, served as Director General of the World Health Organization, and Chaired the World Commission of Environment and Development (the Brundtland Commision).
Offered in conjunction with the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame, Waterloo's Faculty of Applied Health Sciences and Faculty of Science present this full day of workshops that give secondary school students and teachers the opportunity to explore a variety of career options in the health sciences.
Public lecture | free admission
As we age, our bodies need more nutrients and less energy. This can be challenging to achieve!
The key: being diet resilient. Despite the many challenges life brings, we must continue to eat well and be active.
Dr. Keller will discuss nutrient needs for healthy aging and provide strategies and resources to help aging adults stay well.
Applicants to the University of Waterloo, admitted students, and their families are invited to campus March 13 and 14 to learn more about Waterloo's programs, co-op, housing, and more.
Applicants to entry programs in Applied Health Sciences (Kinesiology, Health Studies, and Recreation and Leisure Studies) should plan to visit on March 14. See the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences March Break Open House website for details on program sessions and sample lectures.
The University of Waterloo’s Department of Kinesiology is proud to host the 4th annual UW Brain Bee for high school students in Waterloo Region.
University of Waterloo's Recreation and Leisure Studies department is proud to present its annual Therapeutic Recreation Awareness Week.
To celebrate, three exciting events will be taking place on campus and you are invited to participate!
Wheelchair Obstacle Challenge
Monday, February 6, 1:00-3:00 pm, SLC
Grade 10 students and their parents are invited to learn about applying to university and financing a post-secondary education. Hosted by the University of Waterloo.
The starting line for your future
Attention all AHS undergrads:
Talk to KIN, HLTH & REC Alumni
Ask questions...make connections
Find jobs that interest you!!
Mingle and enjoy free food!
JANUARY 10, 6 - 8 PM