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All the latest news from Sheffield Hallam University


Flaws that led to student controls policy being scrapped

Issued:01/09/14

A leading higher education expert from Sheffield Hallam's Sheffield Institute of Education will underline the flaws that led to the cap on...



University's athletes receive Sport England support

Issued:14/08/14

Aspiring athletes at Sheffield Hallam University are benefiting from the University's selection as a Sport England Talented Athlete Support Scheme...



Research in the pipeline for academic

Issued:13/08/14

An £80,000 grant awarded to a Sheffield Hallam University researcher will be used to address the ways in which complex fluids found in blood...



Protecting our peat bogs

Issued:13/08/14

The future of the UK's peatland landscapes is to be discussed at a major conference held at Sheffield Hallam University next month.Environmental...



Confirmation and Clearing 2014

Issued:11/08/14

Sheffield Hallam University is prepared for another exceptionally busy confirmation and clearing period.As one of the country's most popular universities...



Student inventor designs interactive doorbell app

Issued:06/08/14

An interactive doorbell, designed by a Sheffield Hallam University business student, has caught the attention of some of Europe's leading innovators.Daniel...



New University Technical College gets green light

Issued:05/08/14

Sheffield’s bid to develop a second university technical college (UTC) has been approved to move to the pre-opening stage, the Government announcement...



Commonwealth Games success for students

Issued:04/08/14

Four students from Sheffield Hallam University have won a total of six medals at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.Rebecca Turner, Ellie Faulkner,...



Presidential role for hospitality expert

Issued:04/08/14

A senior Sheffield Hallam academic has been elected to a global taskforce for hospitality and tourism education.Dr Kevin Nield, head of service sector...



Rallying call for schools to embrace digital fiction

Issued:04/08/14

Digital literacy is still not fully embedded in the national curriculum and more needs to be done to embrace the technology, two leading Sheffield...