Laura Misener

Dr. Laura Misener is an Associate Professor in the School of Kinesiology at Western University (London, Ontario, Canada). Her research focuses on how sport and events can be used as instruments of social change with a particular emphasis on how sport for persons with disability can positively impact community accessibility and social inclusion. Her research program is interdisciplinary in nature and pushes the traditional boundaries of sport management to emphasize the importance of critical scholarship for innovation.

Dr. Misener’s research recognizes that sport is a multilevel enterprise, so it examines the spectrum of community sport organizations to elite sport systems, including the Olympic and Paralympic Movements. In order to understand the ramifications of sport and physical activity, her work considers the linkages between sport and other industries, particularly health, leisure, urban development, tourism, and recreation.

Decision on holding delayed Olympic Games 'could go either way', says Japan minister | The Guardian https://www.theguardian.pe.ca/sports/decision-on-holding-delayed-olympic-games-could-go-either-way-says-japan-minister-540793/#.YAH5hTHn2yc.twitter

Deadline extended for our Gray Endowed Chair in Mobility! Join @westernufhs growing team of world class researcher in mobility and activity!

https://www.uwo.ca/facultyrelations/careers/pdf/Health-Sciences_William-and-Lynne-Gray-Endowed-Research-Chair_HS-215_2020.pdf

What do you want to be when you grow up? SCRATCH THAT! What CHALLENGES do you want to work on? Check out the Career Fair on Feb 4th, sponsored by @bosinnovations and find out! #westernu #jobsearch #careers http://careerfair.uwo.ca

In 2002, Canadian wheelchair racer Chantal Petitclerc was the first gold medal recipient in a Para-sport event at the first fully integrated Commonwealth Games! #inclusion #participation #accessibility #disabilities #parasport #PhysicAlactivity #CommonwealthGames @CPetitclerc

Reopen recreation spaces after COVID-19 for the good of the public, not the individual https://theconversation.com/reopen-recreation-spaces-after-covid-19-for-the-good-of-the-public-not-the-individual-144344?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=bylinetwitterbutton via @ConversationCA

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