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- Master of Arts (excluding Economics major)
- Master of Science, and
- Doctor of Philosophy
must secure an appropriate supervisor for their studies before submitting an application. Securing a supervisor requires confirmation that the professor has agreed to supervise you.
Please note the School of Graduate Studies cannot secure a supervisor for you. Please review the admission requirements for your program of interest and our Contacting a Supervisor guide before contacting a supervisor.
Dr. Adams' research interests include historical and sociological inquiry of sport, recreation and leisure. She is currently working on two major research projects. The Nikkei Memory Capture Project is a trans-national oral history collaboration (with Dr.
Adebiyi G. Boco
Demography, Quantitative Analysis of Population Phenomena; Population Health, Multilevel and Longitudinal Modeling, Event History and Survival Analysis, Structural Equation Modelling, Global Population Changes and Challenges, Cross-National Comparison,
Dr. Bomhof's research investigates how exercise affects appetite and why it is difficult to reduce weight through exercise alone. His research examines how nutrition and dietary patterns impact exercise-induced appetite response. With a better understanding
Dr. Copeland's main research interests are the effect of physical activity and sedentary behaviour on health across the lifespan, with a particular focus on healthy ageing. Her research includes both experimental work and analysis of large data sets.
Public Policy; Environmental policy and Governance; Multi-level governance; Planning; Rural and municipal politics and policy; Rural development; Comparative politics; International Relations; Political Economy; American politics; Public Health; Social
Cultural studies, poststructural feminist theory, and popular culture as they intersect with sport, physical activity and the body, Media constructions of physical activity and sport discourses, Production and consumption of cultural identities, Desire and
Dr. Kossuth's primary research focus is the history of sport, recreation, and leisure in 19th and early 20th century Canada. Within this broader field of inquiry his interests range from examining various local historical experiences, the sports of rugby
Dr. Pope's research interests fall under the sport and exercise psychology umbrella with two specific programs of research. Her first area of research revolves around examining the effectiveness of health promotion messages that focus on facilitating the
Dr. Scott Rathwell is an Assistant Professor at the University of Lethbridge in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education. His research interests revolve around the personal and psychosocial development of university athletes. He also conducts