Monthly Archives: March 2014

Volunteers with Osteoarthritis

People with osteoarthritis are invited to take part in a University of Kent study on the effect of diet on the condition. The research [1] project, conducted by the University’s School of Sport and Exercise Sciences [2], will investigate the effect of diet on joint … Continue reading

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Pioneering study uncovers new approach to autism

Research by the University of Kent has shown that autistic children who participate in drama and performance-based activities may demonstrate improved levels of communication and interpersonal interaction. In a research project entitled Imagining Autism, children with autism engaged in a … Continue reading

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Tizard Centre’s Professor Glynis Murphy becomes an Academician

Professor Glynis Murphy, Co-Director of the Tizard Centre at the University of Kent, is one of 28 social scientists to have recently been conferred the award of Academician by the Academy of Social Sciences (AcSS). AcSS is the national Academy of … Continue reading

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Visit by John Lutterbie

The Centre for Cognition, Kinesthetics and Performance is hosting visiting expert Professor John Lutterbie this week (17-21 March 2014). Professor Lutterbie, Chair of Theatre Arts and Co-Director of the Centre for Embodied Cognition, Stony Brook University, is visiting the centre … Continue reading

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Kent receives Queen’s Anniversary Prize at Buckingham Palace

Representatives of the University and its Tizard Centre were presented with a Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education by the Queen during a ceremony at Buckingham Palace on 27 February. The Prize, the University’s second in six years, … Continue reading

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