SKHS Seminar Series

Background 

The Queen’s University School of Kinesiology and Health Studies (SKHS) values the interplay between disciplinary and professional areas within our program. The SKHS Graduate Seminar Series is a primary forum to promote this value among our Graduate Students and Faculty Members.  As such, the specific objectives of the SKHS Graduate Seminar Series are to:

  • foster critical academic discussion between students and faculty members from all disciplines within our School;
  • expand knowledge about topics from the broad field of Kinesiology and Health Studies; and
  • develop graduate students’ communication skills by providing opportunity for them to present and to ask questions during seminars,

When

The SKHS Graduate Seminar Series is held on selected Wednesdays in Room KHS 101 (times and locations may vary from term to term – check your Agenda for final details)

The full 2019 SKHS Seminar Series Agenda

Attendance Requirement

SKHS graduate student attendance is mandatory for all first and second year master’s students and all first through fourth year doctoral students.  Students in their third and fifth years are welcome to attend on a voluntary basis   Students must attend a minimum of 80% of the total number of seminars offered in during an academic session. 

Students may submit exemptions to attendance with supervisory approval using the  SKHS Graduate Seminar Series Exemption Form which must be submitted to the SKHS Graduate Assistant the Monday prior to the seminar. 

Students working off campus may attend virtually via Webex.  Please forward your request via email to the SKHS Graduate Assistant by no later than 4:00 pm on the Monday prior to the seminar or as otherwise advised.

All visitors are welcome to attend the SKHS Graduate Seminar Series.

Click here for SKHS Graduate Seminar Series Terms of Reference