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Facility Notices

There will be no access to the field house courts, indoor track and surrounding equipment from 1:00PM - 4:00PM. Limited cardio equipment will be located in Squash Courts 4-6 during this time.
Due to a technical issue, the Varsity Stadium Dome is not in service. Programs for February 11 onward will be moved to an alternate location, if possible. Operations are expected to resume by February 24.
On February 22, the AC Field House will be closed from 7 a.m. - 11 p.m. due to an event. Cardio equipment will be available for use in the squash courts.
UofT KPE Instagram photoDue to a technical issue, the Varsity Stadium Dome is not in service. Programs for February 8 to 10 have been cancelled. Programs for February 11 onward will be moved to an alternate location, if possible. Learn more at uoft.me/kpefacilitiesUofT KPE Instagram photoSave the date! You’re invited to join us on March 5th, 2019 for a free public symposium, where leading experts from #uoftkpe, along with @raptors Performance Nutritionist Jennifer Sygo, will explore the relationship between physical activity and nutrition -- and translate their research insights into practical strategies that you can use to improve your health. Hosted by alumnus @harleypasternak, the symposium is open to adults of all ages and fitness levels, health and wellness practitioners, students, researchers, athletes and friends. The symposium will be held at the Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport and is presented in partnership with Iovate, the makers of @muscletech. Visit uoft.me/KPE2019 or click the link in our bio to register. We hope to see you there!UofT KPE Instagram photo#uoftkpe’s new assistant professor is helping change the way we think about exercise. Jenna Gillen, who took on her new role on January 1, 2019, has been interested in exercise and nutrition for as long as she can remember. This passion led to a B.Sc in Kinesiology and a PhD in Exercise Physiology, both from McMaster. She went on to complete a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Michigan, and for the past two years has been completing a second postdoc at #UofT. In her new role as Assistant Professor, Jenna is excited to share her knowledge. “I enjoy bringing my research into the classroom and teaching students the physiology behind how exercise improves health and performance,” she says. Jenna will be speaking at the faculty’s free public symposium on March 5, 2019. Save the date! Learn more about Jenna’s research at www.kpe.utoronto.ca