Helping people recover from Covid-19

A new research and innovation unit to support people to recover and rehabilitate from Covid-19 has been set up at Sheffield Hallam University’s Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre.

The Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre

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Hallam confirms plan for first-class student experience

Sheffield Hallam University has announced plans to provide an outstanding experience for students returning in September, whilst introducing some key new measures to keep staff and students safe on campus.

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Student consultancy programme recognised for teaching excellence

A Sheffield Hallam University student consultancy programme which benefits the regional economy by more than £4m per year has been recognised for teaching excellence in higher education.

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Hallam lecturer joins England wheelchair rugby coaching team

A sport coaching lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University has joined the coaching team for the England wheelchair rugby league team ahead of the World Cup in 2021.

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Seven ways social distancing will change restaurants

COVID-19 has had a devastating effect on the restaurant industry. While a few restaurants have found ways to provide takeaway and dine-at-home offerings, the majority of businesses have shut up shop during lockdown.

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Summer statement: £2 billion scheme will not be enough to prevent mass youth unemployment

There are nearly seven million 16-24 years olds in the UK. As many of this group finish school, college or university, they face the real prospect of long-term unemployment.

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Rishi Sunak’s stamp duty cut is not about helping first-time buyers, but shoring up the whole UK economy

One of the big winners in UK chancellor Rishi Sunak’s summer statement is the housing market, where stamp duty has been scrapped for all house purchases under £500,000 until March 2021

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