Displaying episodes 31 - 41 of 41 in total
At the time of this recording, Dr. Marc Mitchell was a new professor in the School of Kinesiology. He is responsible for developping the Clinical Kinesiology module at Western. He has a PhD., post-doctoral experience, he's played football in the CFL and he helped develop an app called "Carrot".
At the time of this recording, Michelle was a PhD student in the Exercise Biochemistry lab at Western. She has since completed her dissertation defence and is on her way to bigger and better things! Michelle and I discuss her research, her path into research, her background and what her future plans are. Michelle freely admits that her undergrad background wasn't very focused in chemistry. However, after speaking with Michelle, it was clear that her drive and determination helped her tremendously throughout her PhD.
Jenn Plaskett is a Western Kin alum, former Head Coach of the Western Women's Field Hockey Team and is currently working as the Graduate Program Coordinator. We talk about her time as a student and athlete, her time as a coach, her current job duties, tips for students wanting to get into a Master's or PhD program.
Stephanie Paplinskie a pre natal and post partum fitness specialist who specializes in resistance training during and after pregnancy. She teaches part-time at Western University and Fanshawe College, while pursuing a PhD in the Exercise and Pregnancy Lab at Western University under world-renowned pregnancy researcher Dr. Michelle Mottola.
Dr. Lemon is a professor in the School of Kinesiology specializing in Sport Nutrition and Exercise Physiology. He is also the Head Coach of the Western Mustangs Softball team.
At the time of the recording, Miranda was an academic counsellor in the School of Kinesiology at Western. She has since moved on to become the Manager of Program Services in the Ivey Business School. She has experience as a dance coach, studio owner and has received her Masters in Education.
At the time this episode was recorded, Nevada was a PhD student focusing in Sports History. He has since received his PhD and is currently a Professor at Keystone College in Factoryville, Pennsylvania.
Mitch is the Head Strength and Conditioning coach at Total Package Hockey located in London, ON. His clientele includes, youth to professional athletes, weekend warriors and everything in between!
Dr. Laura Misener is the Director of the School of Kinesiology at Western University. Her areas of research and teaching include; Social Impact of Sport and Events, Disability Sport and Paralympic Games, Physical activity and sport policy analysis and Intersections of sport, physical activity, and health promotion.
Shannon Woods is an Acacdemic Counsellor in the School of Kinesiology at Western University.
Dave Humphreys is an Instructor in the School of Kinesiology at Western University. He specializes in Athletic Injuries and Physiotherapy. Dave's extensive resume includes being a Physiotherapist with the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League and Hockey Cananda's Senior Womens National Team.