About Prof Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson

Professor in Sociology & Physical Culture, and Director, Health Advancement Research Team (HART) in the School of Sport & Exercise Science at the University of Lincoln.

Public Engagement with Research Award 2019

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HART is delighted to have been awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Public Engagement with Research. The Award recognises those who have contributed significantly to the Public Engagement with Research agenda at the University of Lincoln.┬áThe nomination was made by Continue reading Public Engagement with Research Award 2019

Welcome to Gail Jackson of Community Lincs

HART is delighted to welcome Gail Jackson as an associate member. With a professional background in statutory social care and the third sector, Gail has worked for over 20 years in regulated social care organisations, and is currently CEO of Continue reading Welcome to Gail Jackson of Community Lincs

HART PhD Student Presents at the International Sociology of Sport Association

HART PhD student, Gareth McNarry, who is undertaking a dual doctorate with the University of Lincoln and the University of Copenhagen (supervised by Dr Adam Evans, Copenhagen, and Prof Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson, Lincoln), recently presented his research on the lived experience Continue reading HART PhD Student Presents at the International Sociology of Sport Association

Research on gender & dance

HART associates, Dr Helen Clegg (University of Northampton) and Dr Helen Owton (The Open University), together with HART’s Prof Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson, have recently had published an article on ‘Attracting and retaining boys in dance’ published in the Journal of Dance Continue reading Research on gender & dance

Copenhagen Consensus: physical activity & ageing

HART researchers, Joanna Blackwell and Adam Evans, together with international colleagues representing nine countries and a variety of academic disciplines met in Snekkersten, Denmark, to reach evidence-based consensus about physical activity and older adults. It was recognised that the term Continue reading Copenhagen Consensus: physical activity & ageing