On March 12, 2018 the School of Kinesiology hosted its 9th annual Student Leadership Recognition Evening, in the elaborate Ponderosa Ballroom.
This event recognized the commitment and dedication of undergraduate Kinesiology students who held a leadership role, or roles within the KINmunity during the 2017/18 year.
“What I believe makes Kin so special, is the type of infectious, selfless culture that we have fostered, reflected KUS President, Juancho Ramirez in his welcome address to all guests. Further, “the reason why so many of us are well-balanced in our ability to work hard and play hard, is our bright-eyed selflessness to care for others.”
215 Kinesiology students were recognized for their involvement during the event, many holding more than one role in the following areas: Kinesiology Undergraduate Society Executive, Vancouver Summer Program, Kinesiology Transition Program, Academic Advising, Kinesiology Student Co-op Advisory Council, BodyWorks, Active Kids, Kinesiology Peer Academic Coaching, Peer Assisted Study Sessions, KUS Coordinators & Committee Members and KUS KIN Camp Leaders.