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15 July 2024

Government childcare policy fails to address nursery ‘cold spots’ in disadvantaged areas

Experts in early childhood education have called on the government to focus on incentivising providers to operate in disadvantaged areas, rather than targeting funding on middle and high income earners.


12 July 2024

Collaboration is vital to retaining graduate talent in Yorkshire

Collaboration between universities, local government and businesses is vital to keeping talented graduates in the region, according to a group of senior higher education, business and civic leaders.


11 July 2024

Student satisfaction on the increase at Sheffield Hallam

An independent annual survey of students at Sheffield Hallam has shown a significant increase in overall student satisfaction, with a 4 percentage point jump in positivity compared to last year.


11 July 2024

Sheffield Hallam partners with No Bounds to showcase world-leading research in culture and creativity

No Bounds festival returns to venues across Sheffield 11-13 October 2024, featuring new installations from artist-researchers at Sheffield Hallam University.


10 July 2024

ASPIRE programme successfully supports a new cohort of black students into research

More than 40 students from a black background have graduated from a programme set up to help tackle inequality in research and encourage diversity at doctoral-level study.


09 July 2024

New essay collection launched in memory of Lord Bob Kerslake

A new collection of essays from leading thinkers outlining the economic and social benefits universities have on their local communities has been launched in memory of Lord Bob Kerslake.


09 July 2024

Funded scholarship supports Ozzy to achieve his career ambition

Sheffield man, Ozzy Jama, who turned his life around through boxing has become the first student to secure a new fully-funded Master’s course in strength and conditioning coaching, helping to increase diversity in the industry.


03 July 2024

Computing students' success at Game Republic Student Showcase

Final-year computing students from Sheffield Hallam were successful in two categories at the annual Game Republic Student Showcase hosted by Staffordshire University.


28 June 2024

Financial position

Sheffield Hallam is one of the largest and most popular universities in the country, with around 35,000 students. Yet like many universities across the UK, we are experiencing a range of financial challenges.


26 June 2024

Hallam academics partner with Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice for solar racing project

Researchers from Sheffield Hallam University and students from the University’s racing team have worked with young people from Bluebell Wood on a project to create mini solar powered race cars


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