Dr. Mark Bruner and Dr. Brenda Bruner presented their research Understanding Aboriginal youth development through sport and physical activity: their voices, their stories, and their experiences at the International Congress on Behavioural Medicine (ICBM) in Melbourne, Australia.
Dr. Alex Benson was awarded the Franklin Henry Young Scientist Award in recognition of the scholarly research of a trainee member of the Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (SCAPPS) at the annual 2016 conference in Waterloo, Ontario.
Lab members Matthew Vierimaa and Devyn Richards presented their research at the annual North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity Conference (NASPSA) held at the Hotel Bonaventure in Montréal, Québec.
Honor thesis student Terry Cowan presented his research at the 20th Annual Eastern Canada Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium (ECSEPS) held at McMaster University on March 11-12, 2016.
Congratulations to Dr. Bruner for being recognized for his ground breaking research here at Nipissing University. Watch the interview below:
The Youth and Development through Sport and Physical Activity lab would like to congratulated honors thesis student Brogan Bailey on being accepted to the Master of Kinesiology at Dalhousie University graduate program. Congratulations!
Honors thesis students Zach Root, Brogan Bailey and Devyn Richards presented their research at the 19th Annual Eastern Canada Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium (ECSEPS) held at the University of Ottawa on March 27-28, 2015.
The Youth and Development through Sport and Physical Activity lab congratulates two lab members on being accepted to graduate studies. Honors thesis student Matt McGuckin will be attending Queens University in the MSc in Kinesiology program, and Lab Coordinator Chris Forrest will be attending University of Waterloo in the Masters of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology program. Congratulations!
Listen to Dr. Bruner’s CBC Sudbury interview describing recent research findings surrounding group dynamics in youth sport, and the social influences sport may have on youth development:
Honors thesis students Matt McGuckin and Kelsea Stewart presented their research at the 18th Annual Eastern Canada Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium (ECSEPS) held at the University of Toronto on March 21-22, 2014.