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Facility Notices

Beginning on Wednesday, January 09, 2019, sections of the track will be closed to allow for the continued replacement of lighting fixtures. The jogging pattern will resemble a "C". Please see attendants and/or notices in the Field House for more info.
UofT KPE Instagram photoLast week, KPE’s Task Force on Race and Indigeneity presented its final report to Dean Ira Jacobs and the Faculty Council. The task force was launched in 2016 at a symposium that explored race and indigeneity in physical activity, sport and education, and was also inspired by @uoft’s Truth and Reconciliation efforts. The task force aims to improve equity and diversity in the faculty’s programs and operations, including sport and recreation programming, recruitment, curricula and research. Over the past two years, the task force’s working groups have worked steadily to gather data, researching best practices and conducting literature reviews and community consultations to inform their recommendations. “This is a tremendously important milestone in the history of KPE,” said Ira Jacobs, dean and professor at KPE. “The breadth, depth and number of recommendations resulting from the efforts of the task force working groups illustrate both the challenges and opportunities presented to KPE in meeting its goal of supporting Indigeneity and racial equity, diversity and inclusion in both its curricular and co-curricular endeavors.” Read more and find the report at 📷 by Tom ArbanUofT KPE Instagram photo@uoftsportandrec is pleased to announce that the Kimel Family Field House at the Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport has re-opened and will once again be available for drop-in programs, intramurals, development league and intercollegiate activities. At the end of May, the Goldring Centre experienced a severe flood as the result of a burst pipe. The damage from the flood was substantial and the Kimel Family Field House was the hardest hit. The hardwood floor of the sport courts had to be removed and replaced. This work has now been completed. Thank you all for your patience during the reconstruction. We look forward to welcoming the #uoft community back into our renovated facilities!UofT KPE Instagram photoOh the places you’ll go with a #uoftkpe degree! Emily Meligrana, a recent graduate of the Master of Professional Kinesiology (MPK) program, was able to apply her clinical knowledge to land a rewarding contract role with the #TTC as a Disability Management Specialist. On her rocket ride to a career, Meligrana stops to say: “I would highly recommend the MPK program to those who are looking to enhance their knowledge of kinesiology and expand their proficiency in clinical practice.” Read more at or in the latest issue of Pursuit magazine!