The Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences undertakes research which advances knowledge in physical activity, exercise, sport and rehabilitation, and which is related to human health, performance, social inclusion and sustainability. In addition, health topics such as musculosketal health, dementia, diabetes and age-related diseases have been studied and reported in peer-reviewed journal publications. We undertake translational research, combining theory with practice for impactful work.
Plymouth Marjon University was established in 1838 as England’s first teacher-training college. It was developed with a social reform agenda and a mission designed to tackle inequality and develop opportunity through education. Remaining true to its origin and values base, the University continues to undertake critical education research that seeks to inform debate, address policy development and improve practice in relation to educational inequality. Along with the Department of Social Sciences, the Department of Education has an interest in societal challenge and societal progress.
Within the broad area of language and communication, the research field of The art and science of communication provides an exciting range of contexts within which to advance knowledge and understanding through: speech and language therapy, the performing arts, journalism, English and creative writing, inter-cultural communication and international English. We undertake interdisciplinary research through innovative relationships between scientific and artistic communities to enhance communication, cultural participation and wellbeing.
Across the University’s three faculties of Culture & Language Sciences, Education & Social Sciences and Sport & Health Sciences, we frequently work with government organisations, researchers, and industry for collaboration, consultancy and to provide media comment.
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Plymouth Marjon University is leading a large multi-partner project in muscle research.
Marjon welcomes Professor Rob Warner as its new Vice-Chancellor today, following the announcement of his appointment in December
The University of St Mark & St John has appointed Professor Rob Warner of the University of Chester as its new Vice-Chancellor.
What happens when you address some of our most difficult healthcare challenges with global thought leaders and the talented people of the South West?