FKRM students are finding their voice and making their mark
Get to know FKRM students Kaitlin Fosseneuve, Caitlin Williams and Carrie Peters
Our FKRM grads are woven throughout our communities applying their knowledge across disciplines and pathways.
Meet some of our current students and learn about what motivates them, what success they have found and what they’re striving for.
In a league of her own
Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management student Brittany Langlais pitched her way to one of Baseball Manitoba’s top honours in 2018 being named Female Baseball Player of the Year. Now she’s throwing strikes in the land down under.
Physical Education student Kaitlin Fosseneuve
Third-year Physical Education student Kaitlin Fosseneuve says the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management’s tight-knit, family-like atmosphere has made it easy for her to thrive.
B. Kinesiology-Athletic Therapy student Caitlin Williams
Fourth-year student Caitlin Williams says finding the U of M Athletic Therapy program was one of the best things ever to happen to her.
FKRM grad student nets provincial scholarship
‘Exploring Rhythm and Reach-Ability in adults with and without Cerebral Palsy’ thesis earns Carrie Peters a 2018 Research Manitoba Master’s Studentship scholarship.