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

The Workplace Challenge – physical activity

HART researchers Alice Carter (former MSc by Research student), Dr Adam Evans (University of Copenhagen), Geoff Middleton, and Dan Bishop, have recently published an article in the journal Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health. The article, entitled: ‘Personal goals, group performance and ‘social’ networks: participants’ Continue reading The Workplace Challenge – physical activity

HART welcomes new team member

We are delighted to welcome Dr Danny Taylor to HART. Danny is a full-time Lecturer in Sport Physiology in the School of Sport & Exercise Science, with research interests that include pace regulation and optimisation during multi-modal exercise, the combined physiological and perceptual Continue reading HART welcomes new team member

Ex-service personnel, physical activity & ageing

Rachel Williams, a full-time research student with HART, is undertaking a doctoral research project on ex-service personnel, as part of a wider HART programme on physical activity, physical cultures and embodiment, led by HART Director, Dr Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson.  As part of this Continue reading Ex-service personnel, physical activity & ageing

Lincolnshire Workplace Challenge evaluation report completed

Recently members of the HART team completed an evaluation of the Lincolnshire Workplace Challenge (WPC) in partnership with Lincolnshire Sport. The team included Evaluation officer and Postgraduate student Alice Carter and her supervisory team Dr. Adam Evans, Geoff Middleton and Daniel Continue reading Lincolnshire Workplace Challenge evaluation report completed