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Research project examines satirical playwright

Issued:23/07/15

Two literary historians have been awarded £715,622 by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to compile the first academic collection...



Sheffield Hallam launches 'gold-standard' athletics...

Issued:21/07/15

Local people will be able to train like gold medal winner Jess Ennis-Hill thanks to the installation of Olympic-level technology at the Sheffield Hallam...



Student athletes head to international competition

Issued:17/07/15

A team of students and staff from Sheffield Hallam University travel to Italy this week to represent the University in the European Universities Volleyball...



Universities Minister sees how Hallam drives growth

Issued:16/07/15

The Minister of State for Universities and Science, Jo Johnson MP, has visited Sheffield Hallam to see how the University is playing a key role in...



Student-made videogame launches on PlayStation®4

Issued:14/07/15

Students from Sheffield Hallam University's games software development and games design courses have released the first ever student-made videogame...



Pupils create an artistic future for education

Issued:09/07/15

A flagship new city centre building has been drawing inspiration from school pupils and Sheffield-based graffiti artists as it reaches an important...



Sheffield Hallam event with designs to improve health

Issued:08/07/15

A 3D-printable prosthetic foot, a low cost tool to help prevent the spread of Ebola and tartan designed by people with Alzheimer’s disease are...



Universities can lead the way for LGBT well-being

Issued:07/07/15

Universities are often considered to be ‘safe spaces’ for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) students - but more still needs to be...



Hallam launches higher and degree apprenticeships

Issued:01/07/15

Big business such as JCB, Barratt Homes, Balfour Beatty and Nestle helped launch higher and degree apprenticeships at Sheffield Hallam University,...



Charlotte tackles lack of women in Football

Issued:01/07/15

Women's football in England may have turned a corner after the team's best ever performance at the World Cup in Canada.However, it seems that...