Doctoral success: Dr Hannah Henderson

Our warmest congratulations to HART’s Dr Hannah Henderson, who successfully defended her doctoral thesis recently.  Hannah is Senior Lecturer in Health and Exercise science in the School of Sport & Exercise Science, and her thesis was a process sociological study Continue reading Doctoral success: Dr Hannah Henderson

Rachel Williams – doctoral success

HART warmly congratulates doctoral student and very active member of the research team, Rachel Williams, who successfully defended her PhD thesis recently. Rachel’s figurational sociological research on older ex-Servicemen, embodiment, physical activity and the Royal British Legion was highly commended by Continue reading Rachel Williams – doctoral success

Exercise Referral Research by Hannah Henderson

HART member, Hannah Henderson, was recently invited to present her work at a symposium hosted by Durham University’s Physical Activity Special Interest Group (PASIG), which is co-funded by the Wolfson Research Institute of Health and Wellbeing. The symposium explored “Exercise Continue reading Exercise Referral Research by Hannah Henderson

HART at Social Science Research Showcase

HART researchers, Ms Rachel Williams and Prof Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson, alongside Dr Alkisti Olympiou from the MTOUGH research group, were recently involved in the University’s Social Science Research Showcase event in early July.  Rachel presented her doctoral research on Physical activity, Continue reading HART at Social Science Research Showcase