Cognition, Kinesthetics and Performance

Awards

Playing a Part, University of Kent Public Engagement Fund, 2017, £2,000 (Prof Nicola Shaughnessy)

Autism Ethics Network, 2017 1000 (Prof Nicola Shaughnessy)

Imagining Autism Residency at The Atkinson Southport, 2017, £5,000 (Dr Melissa Trimingham)

‘The Changing Faces of Autism Research’, University of Kent Public Engagement with Research funding, 2017, £2000 (Prof Nicola Shaughnessy)

‘The Changing Faces of Autism: Filming Futures.’ University of Kent Public Engagement with Research Award, 2017-2018, £1942 (Dr Melissa Trimingham)

Autism Arts Festival, Arts Council England, 2017, £14,990 (Dr Shaun May)

Imagining Autism for Arts Centres, University of Kent Public Engagement Fund, 2016, £1938 (Dr Melissa Trimingham)

Autism Arts Festival, Public Engagement with Research Fund, 2016, £1,975 (Dr Shaun May)

Visiting Scholar Dr. Leo Sykes, University of Brasilia, International Academic Visitor Fund, 2016, £1,000 (Dr Shaun May)

Imagining Autism for Families, University of Kent Public Engagement Fund, 2015 (£1833) (Dr Melissa Trimingham)

Comedy on the Spectrum: Exploring Humour Production in Adolescents with Autism, BA/Leverhulme Small Grant, 2015, £7,849 (Dr Shaun May)

Beacon Institute: Illuminating Arts and Science, University of Kent 50th Anniversary Beacon Award, 2014-16, £97,450 (Prof Nicola Shaughnessy)

‘Imagining Autism’, AHRC, 2011-2014, £344,187 (total project cost £429,277.06) (Principal Investigator Prof Nicola Shaughnessy, Co-Investigators Dr Melissa Trimingham, Dr Julie Beadle-Brown, Dr David Wilkinson)

Exchange with Stonybrook University, Faculty Incentivisation grant, 2014, £5000 (Prof Nicola Shaughnessy)

Now I see the World: Imagining Autism experimental film documentary  2012- 2013, £10,000 (Prof Nicola Shaughnessy, co-investigator, Sarah Turner)

 ‘Puppetry and Play as Interventions for Autism’, Ideas Factory, 2009-10, £8,875, (Prof Nicola Shaughnessy, co investigator Dr Melissa Trimingham)

‘All the World’s a Stage: Communication and Performance Techniques for the Workplace’, Ideas Factory, 2009-10, £5,000 (Prof Nicola Shaughnessy, co investigators Dr Helen Brooks, Dr Daniela Peluso)

‘Beyond the Box: Creative Thinking and Innovation,’ Ideas Factory, 2009-10, £5,000 (Prof Nicola Shaughnessy, co investigator, Dr Helen Brooks)

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