If you were wondering how to get your hands on some awesome BPK swag, look no further, you’ve come to the right place.
This year we have a new design for our classic t-shirt collection, featuring the very lungs that help you breathe. The t-shirts are the same fit and same colours, so if you have the heart and brain t-shirt already, you should definitely add this one to your collection.
Due to popular demand, we have included two new items this year: Dri-fit T-shirts and Crewneck Sweaters.
Ordering is very simple: print the order form, select what you want, and drop off the form and your money to us in front of the BPK Main Office. We will be collecting forms from 11:00AM – 2:00PM on March 4th, 5th, and 6th Make sure you drop it off on one of those days because the 6th is last day we will be collecting forms.
Click here to download the order form
How do you know a career is really for you? Our annual career night approaches so sign up by clicking here!
Find out first hand what it is like to be a Physician, a Kinesiologist, a Physiotherapist, a Dentist and many more. This night will give you insight on how to use your BPK degree to work towards one of these excellent careers and help you learn a little more about the ups and downs of each field.
There will certainly be excellent food and raffle prizes. As always there will be key speakers to represent each main field, many booths featuring a large variety of employers for everything from Massage Therapy to WorkSafeBC. (Bring your resume to hand out to employers to line up a sweet summer job)
In addition there will be two lab tours featuring Dr. Wakling’s Neuromuscular Mechanics lab and Dr. Victoria Claydon’s Cardiovascular Physiology lab. If you are interested in these lab tours please sign up through Simplicity.
Hey BPKers! We have our second annual BPKickoff happening Thursday, September 11th!
A fun filled day where you will meet some new people and enjoy some delicious food BBQed by your very own profs.
This free day includes tours of various BPK stops, a passport with some information on surviving your first year, and also a tour of 3 exciting labs. Best of all this is all free!!
More information and registration can be found here
If you can’t make it to the BPKickoff that’s okay! At least try to make it to the Terry Fox BBQ, entry is by donation and will only cost you Two toonies for Terry!
Hope to see all of you out there!
Hey there fellow BPKer! Why don’t you join the hike up Diez Vistas at Buntzen lake on Friday August 1st!
Check out the BPKSA Facebook page for more info about times and rides.
Hey you there! Have you completed an awesome Co-op term and want to share your experience with other prospective BPK Co-op students?
What are the rewards of Co-op or what are some challenges? Do you have any tips for adapting yourself to the diverse job market that BPK students can find themselves in?
Check out the BPK Co-op Experience page for more and get in contact with Joshua to get yours published on the web! email@example.com
Apparently the BPK department has been dropping the ball in the mentorship area…but not any more! We are all over Peer Mentorship with a VENGEANCE!
We are starting our new program this Fall 2014 and are recruiting new Mentors to be pairing up with the incoming BPK first year students!
If you: are fun, engaging, talented, social, encouraging, knowledgeable and a third or fourth year student we want you to be a Mentor! Why be a mentor you ask? You will have an amazing impact on that new students first year, help them succeed, become more engaged in BPK and just allow them to have a way better time in their transition into SFU life. Is it hard to be a mentor? Not at all, and you have probably already mentored your younger friends without knowing it!
Be a part of a new awesome feature designed to bring the whole BPK community together! Tell your friends and get on board!
Click here to check out our Mentor sign up and to learn more about the program!
Check out the recently updated YouTube Videos page here, which now includes videos filmed by the current Kin 241 TA Patrick Dessaulles! Hopefully this helps anyone studying for the lab final on Wednesday. Good luck!!
Congratulations on surviving another round of exams! Now go enjoy the holidays, and we’ll see you in the spring semester.
What’s bouldering? It’s a type of rock climbing that involves shorter ascents which, due to their length, don’t require a rope – just a crash pad at the bottom. It’s fun, and we’re going! You can go too!
Check out the Facebook event and let us know if you plan on coming. We’ve got a pretty good group discount going on as they’re giving us the night-climbing rate before their night-climbing hours actually begin, and they’re throwing in rentals for free!
If any of you have an interest in attending school for medicine, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, or speech pathology, and are wondering what it’d be like to do it in Australia, then have I got news for you!
On September 19th (next Weds) from 4-6pm in AQ 5037, GlobaLinks Learning Abroad is hosting an info session to let you know about some of the opportunities they have for such endeavours. Several institutions are included, such as the Universities of Melbourne, Sydney, Queensland, and Griffith University.
You can RSVP, or get more information from their Facebook event.
I know people who’ve done physio down under and loved it, so if you’re thinking about any
of those career paths and are open to studying where there are more sun and funny accents, then check it out.