2020-21 Grant Recipients

Each round of funding is open to all University of Lincoln staff and students, who can apply for up £1000 to run an interactive event or project that seeks to engage wider audiences in research at Lincoln. The names of this year’s successful applicants and their project titles are listed below.

Cassandre Balosso-Bardin & Team

School of Fine & Performing Arts
Creating an interactive, online, international bagpipe bibrary for the international piping community

Georgiana Els & Team

Dept of Marketing, Languages & Tourism
Celebrating Sincil Bank: Events training for community engagement

Harriet Plewis & Team

School of Fine & Performing Arts
Forum theatre and anti-racism

Julian Hanby

College of Arts Executive Office
Lincolnshire One Venues EVOLVE Conference

Kirsty Russell & Team

School of Fine & Performing Arts
Identifying the Effects of the Pandemic in Young People: A Movement Workshop Series

Leslie Hicks & Team

School of Health & Social Care
Archiving heritage: responses to change during the COVID-19 pandemic and their dynamic effects on well-being

Matthew Bayly

English Language Centre
Life on the Land: farming life and heritage in Lincolnshire

Michelle Walsh

Lincoln School of Film & Media
We Are Sincil Bank

Tessa Palfrey & Team

School of Fine & Performing Arts
Boys Dance Too: increasing participation through positive peer relationships