Dr. Billy Strean is a 3M National Teaching Fellow — Canada's most prestigious recognition of excellence in university teaching and educational leadership.
Prospective Graduate Students - Please note: Dr. Strean is not accepting new graduate students
Ph.D. (Kinesiology – Sport & Exercise Psychology), University of Illinois, 1993
M.A. (Philosophy and Psychology of Sport), University of Iowa, 1988
B.A. (Philosophy; Elementary Education Certification) Grinnell College,1986
As a 3M National Teaching Fellow, Dr. Strean has focused on excellence in teaching, learning, and educational leadership. He is actively engaged with education, healthcare, and public and private sector communities.
Dr. Strean’s research and scholarly interests include: Somatic and ontological approaches to leadership, well-being, and exhilaration; Mindfulness in educational contexts; Teaching and learning issues in physical activity and adult/higher education; The role of laughter and humour in learning and well-being; Professional practice and effectiveness in sport psychology and helping professions.
KRLS 420 – Play: The Foundation of Recreation, Sport and Physical Activity
KIN 444 – Communication Skills & Strategies in Sport and Physical Activity
PAC 355 – Theory and Practice of Yoga