Shortlisted candidates for the position of dean of the Faculty of Human Kinetics will make online presentations over the next two weeks.
A survey by SportBusiness ranks the UWindsor MHK in sport management the number one program in Canada, and best in the world for quality of teaching.
Jess Dixon and Sarah Woodruff will fill the positions of dean of human kinetics and head of kinesiology, respectively, on an acting basis.
Graduate students of sport management enjoyed a trip to Toronto to hear from industry professionals and network with UWindsor kinesiology alumni.
Doctoral student Laura Chittle hopes her research will improve the future experiences of female ice hockey players.
A two-day retreat in June 2018 focused on mid-career faculty.
The UWindsor MHK in Sport Management has been ranked the best postgraduate sports business program in Canada by SportBusiness International.
University of Windsor’s first PhD in kinesiology, Matt Hoffmann, successfully defended his dissertation Tuesday.
UWindsor sport management students claimed top honours last week in the inaugural case study competition at the University of Waterloo.