Sheffield Hallam researcher awarded prestigious Future Leaders Fellowship

Sheffield Hallam University researcher, Dr Alice Bullas, been awarded a £1.6m Future Leaders Fellowship from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) to develop new body measurement methods for children living with obesity

Alice Bullas stood outside the Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre

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Entrepreneurial students celebrated at Hallam Enterprise awards

Ten of the best Sheffield Hallam student and graduate entrepreneurs have been recognised as part of the Hallam Enterprise Awards 2023

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9,600 students celebrated at biggest ever graduation

More than 9,600 students have graduated from Sheffield Hallam University as part of the biggest ever annual programme of ceremonies

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Francesca Hume receiving apprenticeship award

Hallam apprentice wins sector’s highest honour

Sheffield Hallam University degree apprentice Francesca Hume has been named Degree Apprentice of the Year at the National Apprenticeship Awards, considered the most prestigious award ceremony for UK apprentices

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Hallam in the media

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Hallam academics react to Autumn statement

The Conversation: Dr Alexander Tziamalis and Dr Yuan Wang have written for The Conversation on how changes made in the Autumn Statement will impact young people in the UK

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Charities condemn new powers to criminalise ‘nuisance rough sleeping’

Big Issue: Dr Vicky Heap has commented in Big Issue on how introducing more policing powers will do little to solve street homelessness

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Features and comment

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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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Image of a Sheffield Hallam nursing student teaching first aid to a Guides group

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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