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  • Posted on Wednesday 31 October 2018

    Graduation at City Hall

    As graduation fortnight approaches, we take a look back on the history of our ceremonies at Sheffield City Hall.

  • Posted on Monday 29 October 2018

    Our 2018 Honorary Doctorates

    TV legend Sir Michael Parkinson amongst Sheffield Hallam University's latest honorary doctorates.

  • Posted on Monday 29 October 2018

    New Chancellor for Sheffield Hallam University

    Baroness Kennedy becomes new Chancellor of Sheffield Hallam University.

  • Posted on Monday 29 October 2018

    The early days

    During the transition period, from polytechnic to university, the first Chair of the Board of Governors, Peter Newman, reflects on this important chapter in the emergence of one of the UK's most progressive modern universities.

  • Posted on Monday 03 September 2018

    Forging partnerships across the world

    Sheffield Hallam hosts Botswana Accountancy College to discuss support available for former students and the importance of transnational educational partners around the world

  • Posted on Monday 03 September 2018

    How can our students help you

    Sheffield Hallam University's Business Advice Centre provides free consultancy advice to organisations around the globe

  • Posted on Friday 31 August 2018

    Reasons to apply for The British Council Alumni Awards

    The British Council Alumni Awards re-open applications on 4 September 2018. We caught up with last year's finalist, Taruka Srivastav, who explains how the awards ceremony has positively impacted her work.

  • Posted on Friday 31 August 2018

    Sheffield Hallam researcher wins European Science Award

    Sheffield Hallam University researcher wins an international for his ground-breaking work in creating protective coatings for items ranging from hip joints to space satellites.

  • Posted on Friday 31 August 2018

    Graduate retention in the Sheffield City Region

    Danielle Bhalla, Project Manager of the Future Leaders Programme talks to us about the challenges of graduate retention in South Yorkshire.

  • Posted on Friday 31 August 2018

    Alumna tackles lack of representation of ethnic minorities

    Sheffield Hallam alumna, Emma Jackson, aims to challenge the under-representation of ethnic minorities in children's literature with her new business venture: 'Story Drawing Club'.

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