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Sheffield Hallam University welcomes new Vice-Chancellor

Sheffield Hallam University has welcomed Professor Liz Mossop who has begun her tenure as Vice-Chancellor

Liz Mossop, the new Sheffield Hallam Vice-Chancellor

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Sheffield Hallam awarded £460k to expand apprenticeship provision

Sheffield Hallam University – the home of the National Centre for Excellence in Degree Apprenticeships – has been awarded £459,000 in the first wave of the Office for Students’ (OfS) Degree Apprenticeship Funding Competition.

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Sheffield Hallam University awarded £1.5m to evaluate NHS weight clinics

Researchers at Sheffield Hallam University have been awarded more than £1.5m to lead an evaluation of NHS clinics across England set up to support children and young people who have weight-related complications

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Sheffield Hallam Vice-Chancellor Professor Liz Mossop and Professor Eel-hwan Kim, President of Jeju National University

Sheffield Hallam signs MoU to help make Jeju Island ‘healthiest place to live in Asia’

Sheffield Hallam University’s Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with representatives from the South Korean island of Jeju to help make it the ‘healthiest place to live in Asia’.

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Liz Mossop, the new Sheffield Hallam Vice-Chancellor

New Vice-Chancellor on taking up role at Sheffield Hallam

Yorkshire Post: Professor Liz Mossop has written for the Yorkshire Post on her new role and the University's civic ambition.

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Cost of living crisis hits activity in deprived English areas hardest, report claims

The Guardian: A report produced by Sheffield Hallam and Sport England has found that the cost of living crisis has had a negative effect on the ability of more than a third of adults in England to be active.

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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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