Sheffield Hallam scoops top prize at South Yorkshire Apprenticeship Awards

Sheffield Hallam has been named as having the region’s best apprenticeship programme at the South Yorkshire Apprenticeship Awards 2024

Sheffield Hallam's team winning the award for best apprenticeship provider

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New guide showcases how golf can help to improve health and wellbeing in older adults living with long-term conditions

Sheffield Hallam University has teamed up with Golf in Society and Sport for Confidence to develop a free guide to show how golf can be adapted to improve health and strength in older adults

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Workers on precarious contracts most likely to experience sexual harassment

Hospitality workers on precarious contracts are most likely to experience workplace sexual harassment, according to a new report

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Researchers call for greater focus on curbing excess consumption by wealthy households

A new study led by a team of researchers from Sheffield Hallam University aims to better understand the reasons for high consumption lifestyles and identify ways to enable sustainable reductions in consumption

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Hallam in the media

Liz Mossop, the new Sheffield Hallam Vice-Chancellor

How degree apprenticeships are helping the NHS

The Guardian: Vice-Chancellor Professor Liz Mossop has spoken to The Guardian about how Hallam's degree apprenticeships are helping to train the next generation of the NHS workforce.

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How a research hub born out of the Olympics is addressing health inequalities

The Guardian: Professor Rory Duncan features in The Guardian to talk about how Hallam's research is helping tackle health inequalities in South Yorkshire.

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Features and comment

The Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre

Why new ideas and inventions are essential to ensure we can all enjoy healthier lives

A recent report by one of the UK’s leading health experts found that health inequalities caused a million early deaths in England in the last decade

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The power of degree apprenticeships

One of the defining features of the current job market is the difficulty many sectors are having in recruiting and retaining fresh talent. In the growing logistics industry, we require a steady supply of new recruits to keep up with demand for our services

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

It’s a great time to start a new job in Sheffield. I write at the start of my second month as Vice-Chancellor of Sheffield Hallam University

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