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New model to embed arts and creativity in health services

A new £2.1m research project aims to develop an innovative model to make arts, culture and creativity a core part of health and care services across the UK


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Hallam degree apprentice named rail industry’s brightest star

A Sheffield Hallam University degree apprentice has been awarded Young Professional of the Year at the Rail Business Awards 2024

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Hallam shortlisted for regional apprenticeship honour

Sheffield Hallam University has been shortlisted for the Educate North 2024 Apprenticeship Award. The nomination reflects the work of the University’s National Centre of Excellence for Degree Apprenticeships (NCEDA)

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Sheffield Hallam part of project to look at how AI could reshape the museum and heritage sector

Sheffield Hallam University academics are part of a project to investigate the responsible use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the museum and heritage sector

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Liz Mossop, the new Sheffield Hallam Vice-Chancellor

My first impressions of Sheffield can be summed up in one word – optimism

Sheffield Star: Professor Liz Mossop has written about her first impressions of Sheffield during her first few months as Vice-Chancellor

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Rising homelessness has UK in a chokehold – but this project is fighting back with mixed martial arts

Big Issue: PhD researcher Mark Hollett's project, which is using mixed martial arts classes to support people at risk of homelessness, features in the Big Issue

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Degree apprenticeships can’t be allowed to become elitist

A new report published recently by the social mobility charity the Sutton Trust, has claimed that higher-level apprenticeships are being snapped up by the middle classes and have become as sought after as a traditional university degree

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Civic, Accelerated

Universities have never been under more pressure to demonstrate their worth. Not only to their students and funders, but also to their communities in the cities and towns where they are located

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Nursing students deliver community health projects

“How can we use our key assets as a university – students, staff, research – to make the biggest impact in our region?” That question has been especially important to one key civic theme over the last two years: Our health and wellbeing

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