Research

  • Results of the data collection

    Following on from a previous blog where I attended a school to undertake data collection on whether the timing of exercise (performed in the morning, or afternoon) affects a child’s cognitive function. Here are the tests explained. The Go-No-Go test...

  • VIP – Our hybrid presentations

    Hello, it’s me again! I hope most of you have finished exams or assignments by this time. To me, it has been a hectically busy semester. But the good thing is I am winding down for a little while before...

  • VIP – We grow as a team

    Hello again, I can’t believe time flies! It’s nearly the end of semester 2. There is SO MUCH to catch up since my last post about my volunteering experience for the Film Active Project. Sorry for not being able to...

  • Applying For a Role at a Research Centre

    Applying for a placement role at a research centre can be a daunting experience, so it’s important to understand what to expect. I feel I was fairly well prepared when I applied for my placement, but there are still a...

  • Data Collection in a school

    During my first month of placement, I attended a school to undertake data collection with a member of Exeter University for her dissertation. I feel it is really important to get involved where you can on your placement, especially if...

  • VIP – The value-added experience

    Hello everyone. It’s me, Vienne! Here comes my third blog post about the Intergenerational Engagement in Research & Teaching (IE) Vertically Integrated Project. When was the last time you did an activity (like working out, cooking, or knitting) with people...

  • VIP – Running Our Small Research Team

    Hello again! It’s me, Vienne. Since the last blog post about the Vertically Integrated Project looking at Intergenerational Engagement in Research and Teaching (IE), I was talking about how the IE team decided to spilt into two and all of...

  • VIP - Intergenerational engagement in research and teaching: Challenging stereotypes and promoting positive ageing

    Hello everyone! I am Vienne from Hong Kong, a first-year doctoral student in Education. This is my first blog about my experience in joining a VIP. I still remember when I first started my degree at Bath, I was actively...

  • VIP Sustainable Transport Update

    Hi everyone, So in my last blog post I outlined our VIP project on sustainable transport. We have made lots of progress since then, which I will summarise in this post. To remind you, our project is a report for...