The Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies is proud to welcome two honoured University of Waterloo Alumni as they speak about their unusual paths to Parliament, and inspire students to make a difference in the lives of Canadians by addressing complex societal issues.
Dr Graham Brown work has mostly been connected with sports at different scales; from community-driven events to mega events. He has developed specialised expertise about the relationship between the Olympic Games and tourism from a variety of perspectives. Dr.
The Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies at the University of Waterloo and Department of Tourism Management at Thompson Rivers University are excited to co-host the inaugural CTS North America conference. The conference will be held Monday, August 1 to Friday, August 5, 2016 at the Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment in Huntsville, Ontario, Canada.
With regret, I’m announcing cancellation of the “Legacies of Flow” event scheduled for Wednesday July 15.
Dr. Csikszentmihalyi suffered a serious knee injury several days ago and has been prohibited from flying so will not be able to get here from California for Convocation next week.
We still hope to host him on campus during a future Convocation to receive his honorary degree. If/when that is scheduled we will reconsider resurrecting our planned panel discussion.
With a focus on aging research, SoAR is a one-day meeting for engaging with graduate student research beyond disciplinary and professional boundaries, and across areas of expertise. It is hosted BY graduate students FOR graduate students. For full conference details and registration, please visit Network for Aging Research - Symposium on Aging Research (SoAR).
The Graduate Association for Recreation and Leisure Studies (GARLS) is pleased to announce the Twenty-fourth Annual Graduate Student Leisure Research Symposium to be held April 28, 2016 with keynote speaker Brett Lashua. We invite graduate students (and senior undergraduate student pursuing research) interested in any aspect of leisure, recreation, sport, and tourism research to make a presentation at the Symposium, and to take advantage of this unique opportunity for scholarly and professional growth.
Come say hi to a few cute dogs that are used for service and therapy. Learn about the importance animals can play in therapeutic recreation.
Learn more about what Therapeutic Recreation is and have fun with some hands-on activities.
Join AHS alumni as they return to campus to share their experiences, offer career insight, and speak with you and your fellow classmates about what to expect once you have graduated from Waterloo.