News & Announcements
The raising the Bar Leadership Roundtable is based on first-of-its-kind research project and aims to reduce the detrimental affects of physical inactivity and sedentary lifestyles.
MRU’s Faculty of Health and Community Studies recently held a Stephanson-Cooke Relationship Violence Symposium entitled “Violence Hurts Everyone: Leading Professional Change" on Oct. 30. Brian Burke of the Calgary Flames and Documentary Filmmaker Byron Hurt presented.
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Mount Royal University’s Faculty of Health and Community Studies and WinSport leads to challenge in the Ice House
David Legg PhD, appointed to International Paralympic Committee – Sport Science Standing Committee
Mount Royal University's Spring Convocation ceremonies saw more than 1,500 students receive their degrees.
Gariepy’s interest in global health inequities are leading her towards a career in community development outside of the usual nursing paradigm.
Mount Royal University has been chosen to participate in a nation-wide physical literacy project involving assessing children between 8 and 12 years of age across Canada. Eight thousand children will be assessed through six different universities (MRU, Lethbridge, Windsor, St. FX, Nipissing, and Dalhousie).
A presentation by Dr. Dean Kriellaars. This session will discuss the latest advances in the field of physical literacy (PL) including tools and research projects.
A student led interprofessional learning initiative on relationship violence awareness, featuring Antyx Theatre