Human Kinetics

Matthew KrauseMatthew Krause is one of two UWindsor professors who will present Friday in the Faculty of Human Kinetics Distinguished Speakers’ Series.

Profs to pair up for presentation

UWindsor professors Terry Eddy and Matthew Krause will present Friday in the Faculty of Human Kinetics Distinguished Speakers’ Series.

Lecture promises cultural analysis of sport

Steve JacksonThe relationships, complexities, and contradictions in the life of cultural commodities associated with sport are the subject of a free public lecture Friday, Dec. 13, on the UWindsor campus.

Steve Jackson — a professor in the School of Physical Education at the University of Otago, New Zealand — will present “Sport and the Commodification of Social Life” at 1:30 p.m. in room 145, Human Kinetics Building.

boxes of canned foodsOrganizers of the Kinesiology Food Drive hope to beat last year’s total of 5,100 items donated to the Downtown Mission.

Food drive aiming for record collection

Organizers of the Kinesiology Food Drive hope to beat last year’s total of 5,100 items donated to the Downtown Mission.

Craig GreenhamKinesiology professor Craig Greenham provided expert opinion to CBC News on Don Cherry’s firing from Hockey Night in Canada.

Cherry remarks offside, says professor

Kinesiology professor Craig Greenham provided expert opinion to CBC News on Don Cherry’s firing from Hockey Night in Canada.

Cheri McGowan, Kevin MilneUWindsor researchers Cheri McGowan and Kevin Milne are part of an international consortium studying how to get more cardiac patients participating in rehabilitation programs.

UWindsor researchers aim to improve lives of cardiac patients

UWindsor researchers are part of an international consortium studying how to get more cardiac patients participating in rehabilitation programs.

beetsThe potential for beets as a health supplement is the subject of a lecture Friday in the Human Kinetics Building.

Lecture to inaugurate physical activity promotion campaign

Penn State kinesiology professor David Proctor will deliver a free public lecture over the noon hour Friday in the Human Kinetics Building.

Sefu Bernard with Washington MysticsUWindsor alumnus Sefu Bernard, indicated by the blue arrow, director of player development for the Washington Mystics, celebrates with the team following its winning the WNBA championship Oct. 10.

Alumnus celebrates Washington’s first WNBA title

UWindsor alumnus Sefu Bernard is director of player development for the WNBA champion Washington Mystics.