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Kinesiology is committed to facilitating innovation through a holistic approach that incorporates society with an equal focus on teaching and research.

These conferences will bring students and researchers from across the country to network and share research with others.

Sport and Species: Call for papers

How games, sports, and physical culture affect other animals: The lives of non-human animals have forever been intertwined with those of human beings. Such involvement is not without concerns, controversies, and paradoxes. In sport and recreation, horses, dogs, bulls, and other non-human animals have long been involved.

KIN Research Day & APES+ 2021

The Faculty of Kinesiology invites you to our annual APES/KIN Research Day. This year we will be hosting APES+ 2021 in conjunction with KIN Research Day.

Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology

The Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference will be hosted in Fredericton.  This conference has been rescheduled to 2022.

Hosted jointly by the University of New Brunswick and the Université de Moncton, the conference will bring together researchers from the fields of exercise physiology, personal training and human movement studies for over three days of research, networking, and innovation sharing.

Researchers, students and exercise professionals are expected from across Canada and around the world to hear the latest research on a range of topics. Sedentary behaviour, high performance, metabolic conditions, mindfulness, exercise and health, basic and clinical physiology, lifecourse studies, and maternal health are just some of the topics that will be covered at this world-class event.

Sport, Animals, & Ethics Conference

In May 2021, the Faculty of Kinesiology hosted Sport, Animals & Ethics Conference. This conference focused on the ethical issues related to the involvement of animals in the domains of sport, recreation and leisure.