Athletics & Recreation
Centre for the Study of Sport and Health
Our focus is the interconnected relationship between sport and health. We engage in academic and practical research related to the physical, mental and social components of well-being.
PUBLIC LECTURE SPEAKER SERIES
A Special 5-week series beginning October 27, 2017 and held every Friday until November 24,2017. Join top scholars as they discuss their research on various aspects of sport including: Trauma, History, Religion, Media, and Sport Specific Training. All lectures will be held in the Homburg Centre classroom 211 at 2 p.m., are free, and open to the public.
For more information contact email@example.com or click on one of the topic links below.
- Sport as Religion - October 27, 2017
- Dr. Sean O'Neil (Colby College & CSSH Visiting Research Associate)
- Maritime Baseball Memories Day - November 3, 2017
- Jim Myers, MA (Saint Mary's University)
- Colin Howell, CSSH Academic Director
- Sporting Borderlands - November 10, 2017
- Dr. Daryl Leeworthy (University of Swansea & CSSH Visiting Research Associate)
- The Grand Old Game - November 17, 2017
- Dr. John Reid (Saint Mary's University)
- Rethinking Athletic Training Practices - November 24, 2017
- Dr. Larry Holt (Dalhousie University) & Dr. Jason Holt (Acadia University)
What are we all about?
Our Mandate: Building upon Saint Mary’s University’s tradition of sporting excellence The Centre for the Study of Sport and Health will extend the growing research competence in the area of sport and health that already exists at Saint Mary’s University. Located in the Homburg Centre for Health and Wellness the CSSH is ideally situated to promote scholarly research on sport, health and wellness issues on campus and in the larger community. Our objective is to establish the CSSH as an internationally-recognized centre of excellence in sport and health studies. The Centre will serve as a meeting place for researchers from around the world who are interested in issues relating to the sport and health relationship.
For more information on research fellowships contact: Colin.Howell@smu.ca
For more information on research projects and community engagements contact: Heidi.firstname.lastname@example.org
Recalling Bob Dawson's trailblazing role in university hockey as a member of the Saint Mary's Huskies almost a half century ago.
Benjamin Gray was forced to stop playing hockey due to post-concussion syndrome. Since that time, he has suffered from depression. His dog, Sky, has helped him through his ordeal.
For more information, please visit the Centre for the Study of Sport and Health website.