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  • Channelling passion into action: Therapeutic Recreation student Annie Shannon-Dwyer believes it’s important to encourage uncomfortable conversations. That’s one of the reasons she’s happy to be a part of the 16 Days of Activism campaign — because the challenging conversations are what lead to change.
  • The Conversation: Why your kids need a national school food program. Author Sara Kirk is a professor of Health Promotion at Dalhousie University.
  • Kinduct Technologies Inc., A Business Built on a Passion for Sports - Travis McDonough (BSc Kinesiology '94). "The Kinesiology program really opened my ideas as to how I could combine my interest in sport and wellness".
  • Heather Johnston, MSc Kinesiology (candidate) wins The Dr. David Symmington Legacy Award .