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Sheffield Hallam wins Outstanding Contribution to Local Community Award

Sheffield Hallam University has taken home the Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community award at the Times Higher Education (THE) Awards 2022


The Sheffield Hallam team receives the Outstanding Local Contribution Award on stage at the Awards ceremony

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Sheffield Hallam and partners awarded £3.7m to support universities to maximise their local impact

Sheffield Hallam and its partners have been awarded £3.7m to support universities across the country to develop their civic leadership

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Sheffield Hallam new campus

Sheffield Hallam announces new details on landmark campus plan development

Sheffield Hallam University has announced the names and purpose of each of the three new buildings that are at the heart of its emerging city campus development

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Sheffield Hallam to open campus in the capital

Sheffield Hallam University is set to offer degree-level courses at a new campus site in Northwest London as part of the flagship £8bn Brent Cross Town development

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Hallam in the media

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Dispersing homeless people fails to stop antisocial behaviour, finds study

The Guardian: Research by the Helena Kennedy Centre has found that public space protection orders (PSPOs) are being used to wrongly criminalise homeless people across the UK

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Mini budget: how will tax cuts and stamp duty affect young adults?

The Conversation: Dr Alex Tziamalis has written for The Conversation about the recent mini-budget announcement and how the new measures could result in a great deal more government debt passed on to future generations

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Features and comment

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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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From left, degree apprentice Natasha Parcei, Greg Mattocks-Evans, occupational therapy degree apprentice Shelagh Carter, nursing student Helen Metcalfe and GROW mentor Mariya Masood

A year of the civic university

Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Richard Calvert, reflects on Sheffield Hallam's Civic University Agreement on the first anniversary of its launch.

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