Kinesiology Graduate Student Association (KGSA)

The Kinesiology Graduate Student Association (KGSA) is a student body which represents three academic streams (biomechanics, physiology and nutrition, and neuroscience) within the Department of Kinesiology. The KGSA executive speaks on behalf of these students in department, Faculty, and university wide councils. The KGSA is a small part of the university wide Graduate Student Association. A primary goal is to enhance the experience of our graduate students through social and recreational events.


Each calendar year a new executive is elected at an annual general meeting held in late April. The current KGSA executive typically meets once a month to discuss and vote on positions relating to current events within departmental/faculty/university administration levels.

Details on executive member roles and voting requirements are noted in the KGSA constitution.

  1. Oct. 12, 2016AHS Graduate Research Day

    Get ready to present your research at the AHS Graduate Research Day

    AHS graduate students will be given the opportunity on Wednesday, October 12, 2016 to share their research amongst colleagues. 

  2. Aug. 25, 2016Graduate Student Progress Report

    You are required to submit an annual review, a report of your progress and performance.

    Your report is due by Friday, September 16th, 2016.  Please submit to Denise Hay.

  3. Aug. 25, 2016Fall 2016 Teaching Assistant (TA) List

    Please find attached the final TA list for the Fall 2016 term. Also, complete and submit the TA Time Allocation Form by Thursday, September 15, 2016 to Denise Hay.

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  1. Dec. 12, 2016PhD Thesis Defence - Tom Beltrame


    Prediction of Oxygen Uptake and its Dynamics by Wearable Sensors During Activities of Daily Living


    Dr. Rich Hughson, Kinesiology

  2. Dec. 13, 2016MSc Thesis Proposal - Riley Sonnenburg


    Characterizing the Role of Exogenous Ketones in Male Varsity Athletes


    Dr. Russell Tupling, Kinesiology


    Dr. Michaela Devries-Aboud, Kinesiology
    Dr. Ken Stark, Kinesiology

  3. Dec. 14, 2016PhD Thesis Proposal - Meaghan Shearer Adams


    Exploring the Effects of Concussion on Attention-Based Gating of Sensory Stimuli


    Dr. Richard Staines, Kinesiology

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