Vice-Chancellor reiterates ongoing support for students affected by Covid-19

One year on from the first national lockdown, Vice-Chancellor, Sir Chris Husbands, has reiterated the University’s ongoing support for students affected by the pandemic.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Chris Husbands

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Experiences of female skateboarders to be explored in new research project

The experiences of female skateboarders, their sense of identity and their place in the skateboarding community are to be studied as part of a new research project.

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Olivier Tsemo, CEO of the Sheffield And District African Caribbean Community Association

Documentary shows how Sheffield BAMER community came together during pandemic

Giving a voice to Sheffield’s Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee communities is the aim of a documentary project supported by recent graduates.

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A student interviewing refugees in the Beqaa Valley.

Sheffield Hallam Students shine at television awards

Film and media students have triumphed in three out of the 11 categories at the Royal Television Society (RTS) Yorkshire Student Television Awards.

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Hallam in the media

A student being interviewed about returning to campus

Students back on campus for essential learning

BBC Look North filmed with our journalism and nursing students as certain practical courses were able to carry out in-person teaching for the first time this year.

The gates outside Buckingham Palace in London.

Royals brace for the perils of succession

NBC: Professor Antony Taylor, a modern British historian, has discussed what could happen to the royal family after the passing of Prince Philip.

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Two nurses passing parcels to elderly man

What the pandemic has taught us about community

From checking in on elderly neighbours to furloughed workers delivering essentials to vulnerable people - a rediscovery of community spirit has been one of the few positives from the last year.

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A yellow parakeet

Eco-fusion is the new normal, as native and non-native species mix together

Many invasive species cause (often major) problems around the world. However, the idea that all “alien” species are inherently bad, and that invasions can be always effectively controlled, is mistaken.

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The Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre

Re-imagining our place - Sheffield City Region, the healthiest place in the country to live and work

To mark the first anniversary of the opening of the Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC), the Director of the centre, Professor Rob Copeland, has written an article about how we should use the experience of Covid-19 to build a healthier and happier region

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