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Unique partnership set to transform early years education

An innovative new project is set to transform early years education and care, with the opening of a new community nursery and research centre.

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Hallam women’s rights campaigner shortlisted for prestigious award

A Sheffield Hallam University lecturer whose work has helped to transform the support for female victims of violence in India has been shortlisted for an Asian Women of Achievement Award.

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Toby Perkins MP, Shadow Minister for Apprenticeships, Skills and Lifelong Learning attending a virtual visit at Sheffield Hallam University meeting with degree apprentices, employers and senior leaders in the University's Directorate of Business Engagement, Skills and Employability

Shadow Minister meets next generation of Hallam degree apprentices

Toby Perkins MP, Shadow Minister for Apprenticeships, Skills and Lifelong Learning has spoken to degree apprentices as part of a virtual visit.

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Sheffield Hallam named a University of Sanctuary

Sheffield Hallam University has been named a University of Sanctuary in recognition of its outstanding support for refugees and people seeking sanctuary across all areas of higher education

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ITV Calendar cover the long-Covid clinics being led by the AWRC

ITV filmed at the Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre with researchers and participants involved in the new long-Covid clinics.

Richard Calvert being interviewed on BBC Look North about how Sheffield Hallam allowed snooker fans to use the University's asymptomatic testing centre.

Sheffield provides tests for fans at World Snooker Championship

BBC Look North: Staff and students carried out Covid tests on fans attending the World Snooker Championships at the Crucible Theatre, one of the first live sporting events with fans.


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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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Selfie culture: what your choice of camera angle says about you

Over the past decade, selfies have become a mainstay of popular culture. Recent studies have shown the way we take selfies – and the specific camera angles we choose – varies depending on what we intend to do with them.

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Electric cars could make the roads safer – here’s how

Electric cars have the potential to help in our fight against climate disaster. But electric cars might also be able to address another issue that’s affecting people around the world.

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