Kinesiology is defined as the "art and science" of human movement. It is an understanding of human movement from a biological, psychological, and sociological perspective. Once a student gains a theoretical understanding of human movement, the goal in application is to maximize health and wellness by optimizing human capacity for movement capability.

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  • Research Summary for the 2017 Spoke n'Hot Gran Fondo 

    Kulczycki, Cory (2018-06-18)
    Short report on the Spoke n'Hot Gran Fondo research from the 2017 event.
  • POST-SECONDARY VOLUNTEERISM: A SASKATCHEWAN BASED PROJECT 

    Kulczycki, Cory; Lott, Korinne; Rutherford, Haley (2018-01-23)
    This 2017 research inquired about the niche population of college and university students studying across Saskatchewan. An online survey was distributed throughout Saskatchewan to uncover post-secondary students’ perceptions ...
  • Pandemic preparedness plan - H5N1 and beyond 

    Aito, Osefan; Bolton, Tim; Brown, Miranda; Ewanchuk, Ray; Lockhart, Stephanie; Martin, Tracy; Nmezi, Juliet; Schmeichel, Randi; Sharp, Keisha; Sherar, Michael; Slywka, Alicia; Surkan, Sarah; Urban, Lisa (University of Regina, Faculty of Kinesiology & Health Studies, 2009-04-07)
    1.0 INTRODUCTION By: Tim Bolton and Osefan Aito -- 2.0 EXTERNAL RELATIONS By: Tim Bolton and Michael Sherar -- 3.0 ALLIED HEALTH CENTRE By: Osefan Aito and Tim Bolton -- 4.0 RESIDENCE By: Juliet Nmezi and ...