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03 December 2021

Pandemic sparks pioneering new vision for collaboration between universities and the NHS

Universities and NHS organisations need to develop new refreshed forms of collaboration to deal with current and future challenges rather than resuming existing pre-pandemic relationships, according to a new report.

02 December 2021

Sheffield City Council leader and chief executive visit pioneering Hallam food engineering research centre

Sheffield Hallam University has welcomed Council Leader Terry Fox and Chief Executive Kate Josephs to the National Centre of Excellence for Food Engineering (NCEFE).

30 November 2021

Hallam recognised for its support for estranged students

Sheffield Hallam University has been recognised for its support for students who are estranged from their families during the Covid-19 pandemic.

29 November 2021

Sheffield partnership secures £600k funding to support disadvantaged young people

A city-wide partnership has secured more than £600k government funding to support young people adversely affected by the pandemic through education and employability initiatives

26 November 2021

Sheffield Hallam named 2021 Outstanding Entrepreneurial University of the year

Sheffield Hallam University lifted the Outstanding Entrepreneurial University trophy at the seventeenth annual Times Higher Education (THE) Awards last night - widely referred to as the ‘Oscars of higher education’.

25 November 2021

Leading women’s rights campaigner wins national award for support of victims of gender-based violence in India

A Sheffield Hallam University lecturer whose work has helped to transform the support for female victims of violence in India has won a prestigious national award.

25 November 2021

Innovative entrepreneurs celebrated at Hallam Enterprise Awards

Ten of the best student and graduate entrepreneurs have been recognised as part of the Hallam Enterprise Awards.

24 November 2021

Projects to improve Black, Asian and minority ethnic students’ access to postgraduate research

Sheffield Hallam University has secured funding to lead one project and be partner in two others to improve opportunities for Black, Asian and minority ethnic students to undertake postgraduate research

18 November 2021

Hallam graduation caps off £5.8 million boost for the region

Students and their families attending graduation have generated £5.8m for city centre businesses, as three weeks of ceremonies draw to a close today (Friday 19 November).

17 November 2021

New report exposes forced labour connections in global retail brands’ supply chains

More than 100 global retail brands could be at risk of using cotton that is produced by Uyghur forced labour according to new research by Sheffield Hallam University’s Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice

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