Demonstrating principles of integrity, excellence, grit and curiosity, Justin Davidson, Sheldon Hawley and Sarah Remedios have graduated with a Master's of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo. The Occupational Biomechanics and Ergonomics Lab (OBEL) is honoured to recognize the achievements of Justin Davidson, Sheldon Hawley and Sarah Remedios as they officially graduate.
Justin and Sarah began their Waterloo journeys' as undergraduate kinesiology students, where both got involved in OBEL through undergrad and then continued through their Master's degree work. Sheldon joined the OBEL team to complete his MSc degree after earning his BSc in Kinesiology from the University of Toronto. Justin will continue at Waterloo, remaining as a part of the OBEL team while working to complete a PhD. Sarah is now applying her skills and expertise as a Clinical Research Assistant within the Nova Scotia Health Authority. Sheldon is actively seeking employment opportunities, but in the meantime, continues to support OBEL research as our research technician. Congratulaions to Justin, Sheldon and Sarah on your incredible achievements so far!