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  • Posted on Wednesday 26 July 2017

    The challenge to Move More

    Professor Copeland is encouraging Sheffield to get outside and make time for walking by providing advice on the many health benefits brisk walking can bring.

  • Posted on Wednesday 26 July 2017

    A walk in the park with Professor Ian Rotherham

    Environmental expert, Professor Ian Rotherham, walks us through his top five walks in and around Sheffield.

  • Posted on Wednesday 12 July 2017

    Sarah makes Tramlines a hit

    Now in its ninth year, Tramlines music festival has become an established part of the city of Sheffield's fabric - much like the tram-tracks from which it takes its name.

  • Posted on Thursday 25 May 2017

    International Graduate Hired as Assistant Director at Guanfu Museum of Antiquities

    Jin Liu, Class of 2014 MA Arts and Cultural Policy Management graduate has landed the prestigious role of assistant director and head of social media at the Guanfu Museum of Antiquities - China's leading privately-owned museum in Beijing.

  • Posted on Thursday 25 May 2017

    How becoming a mentor could benefit you too

    For today's students and graduates, making the transition from education to employment can be challenging. Having a mentor to advise and encourage can help to develop critical thinking and broaden professional networks - ultimately opening up doors to advance their careers.

  • Posted on Thursday 25 May 2017

    Scholarship student transforming lives by combining art with medicine

    Here at Hallam we pride ourselves on being a university that transforms lives. And that is something that is certainly true for Fine Art graduate and PhD student Sarah Smith, who, in the space of just a year, was named 2016 Student Radiographer of The Year.

  • Posted on Thursday 25 May 2017

    Giving Refugees a Voice Through Performance Art

    With the media’s attention now firmly focused on domestic issues, it can be easy to forget that millions of people have been displaced from their homes, trying to find a safe haven from war, persecution and poverty. For most of us, the refugee crisis is far enough away to forget in our daily lives.

  • Posted on Thursday 25 May 2017

    Hallam Alumna Shortlisted For Turner Prize

    Sheffield Hallam University alumna, Rosalind Nashashibi, has been shortlisted for Tate Britain's hugely prestigious Turner Prize - won in the past by Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst and Anish Kapoor.

  • Posted on Thursday 06 April 2017

    International soccer training programme keeping Sheffield's footballing legacy alive

    ‘Did you know the World's First Football Club, Sheffield FC, was established in 1857? This is the earliest known photo of Sheffield FC, 1857.’

  • Posted on Thursday 06 April 2017

    Developing health, wellbeing and sports innovations of the future

    From the development of goal line technology - which was used during the football World Cup, to an app designed to encourage communities in Sheffield to 'Move More' - Sheffield Hallam University has always been on the cutting edge of health and sporting innovations.

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