Meet student leader Cory Tremblay
Nipissing students consistently impress as leaders, in the classroom, on campus and in the community. Recently the university celebr?ated 25 student leaders at the annual Dave Marshall Leadership Awards. Over the coming months, NU News will introduce each student leader to the wider community with a short article discussing their accomplishments and activities. Today, we are pleased to profile Cory Tremblay, a student working toward a Bachelor of Physical and Health Education degree.Tremblay has been a student representative for the Faculty of Education at Senate, vice-president of the Nipissing University Physical Health and Education Student Council, secretary for the Nipissing University Biology Society, a research assistant, a researcher, and a peer tutor.
He has proven himself to be a very capable researcher, demonstrating excellence when working with confidential data, showing respect and compassion for research participants, and problem solving in a dynamic work environment, and is an integral member of the research team within the school of Physical and Health Education. He has been involved in data collection for several research projects conducted in the Biomechanics laboratory while also completing an undergraduate research project examining neuromuscular response to combined environmental stressors. Tremblay’s experience in the lab has helped him expand his skillset by learning advanced neuromuscular assessment techniques.
Tremblay’s exceptional interpersonal and leadership skills will contribute to his future successes in the broader field of health sciences.
The university community is proud to recognize Cory Tremblay with a Dave Marshall Leadership Award in the Academic Category.