Nipissing opens new Centre for Physical and Health Education

October 10, 2014

Nipissing University officially cut the ribbon on its new Centre for Physical and Health Education last week. The Centre will offer state-of-the-art laboratory facilities for research and teaching in human movement sciences, as well as for exploring societal and business challenges pertaining to health. One student attending the event said, “with the state-of-the-art labs that exist here, my fellow students and I are able to participate in and conduct some amazing research into human movement and physical activity that has the very real potential of making people and communities more healthy, and able to enjoy a better quality of life.” The Northern Ontario Heritage Fund contributed $1 M to the construction of the facility. Nipissing News Release