Minhyeok Tak, PhD candidate, has won the International Sociology of Sport Association (ISSA) Graduate Paper Award.
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News & Events
A 12 week pilot study RuFIT is helping local male rugby fans improve their lifestyle and physical activity levels.
Dr Anne-Marie Jackson spoke on Radio New Zealand about the Te Koronga programme for Māori students.
Naomi Ireland (BPhEd 2014) attended the International University Sports Federation forum in Montpellier, France in July. As the student representative for the University and Tertiary Sport New Zealand, Naomi will discuss the need for greater sporting leadership opportunities for students.