Exercise Science, Physical & Health Education
Research: Dr. Olav Krigolson School of Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education faculty member, Dr. Olav Krigolson, uses computational modelling and neuroimaging (EEGs and functional MRIs) to study how the mind learns and makes decisions. Special Olympics Active Start @ UVic program Congratulations to Dr. Viviene Temple and the Special Olympics Active Start @ UVic program who recently won The Victoria Foundation #GivingTuesdayCa #UNselfie photo contest. BSc (Kinesiology) Honours student at Mount Everest Base Camp BSc (Kinesiology) Honours student, Brianna "Breezy" Beaudry at Mount Everest Base Camp where she was collecting EEG data for her Honours project.
Danica Robirtis Congratulations to Danica Robirtis recipient of the 2016 Physical and Health Education Canada award for exemplary leadership in the field of health, physical education, recreation and dance. Danica is completing the BEd (Secondary Curriculum) program with a major in physical education. Meditating monk brainwaves Monks having their brainwaves recorded while meditating using a portable EEG system known as the MUSE as part of reserach being conducted by Dr. Olav Krigolson.
MEd Coaching Studies students A group of MEd Coaching Studies students pause for a photo near end of their 2016 Summer courses.
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Alyssa Weninger (left), Lauren Bernardi (centre) and Joe Thomas (right) participate in the Victoria Kindness Challenge as part of Dr. John Meldrum's management in recreation and health course.
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