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Jason BlackJason Black will discuss the issue of Native American mascots in sports in a free public lecture Friday.

Speaker to address issues raised by Indigenous mascots

Jason Black will discuss the issue of Native American mascots in sports in a free public lecture Friday.

Founding dean of human kinetics turns 90

The Faculty of Human Kinetics issued 90th birthday congratulations Monday to Pat Galasso, its founding dean.

Dr. Galasso helmed the establishment in 1965 of what was then called the the School of Physical and Health Education, only the second faculty in the Commonwealth in this field of study.

Galasso and his wife retired in 1997 and returned to Kingston, where they met. They love dancing, attending grad seminars, and volunteering in a program to help students cope with the demands of post-secondary life.

Sarah Woodruff UWindsor kinesiology professor Sarah Woodruff has published the textbook “Fitness and Wellness in Canada: A Way of Life.”

Healthier lifestyles aim of kinesiology textbook

UWindsor kinesiology professor Sarah Woodruff has published the textbook Fitness and Wellness in Canada: A Way of Life.

Lacrosse players standing against snowy background“The Grizzlies” is based on a true story of youth sports imbuing a northern community with a sense of pride and purpose.

Movie a testament to tenacity of Inuit youth

A free movie screening Thursday is part of campus activities promoting mental health during Revive and Thrive Week.

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.