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The experiences of female skateboarders, their sense of identity and their place in the skateboarding community are to be studied as part of a new project by researchers at Sheffield Hallam University and Nottingham Trent University (NTU).
A new blueprint to assure the quality of professional development in teaching through an accreditation system has been published today by the Chartered College of Teaching in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University.
Giving a voice to Sheffield’s Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee communities is the aim of a documentary project supported by recent graduates.
A Sheffield-based digital solutions and software firm, 3Squared, has welcomed its 60th placement student from Sheffield Hallam into a full-time role.
Two current Sheffield Hallam athletes and three alumni have been selected in the England Swimming team and will be considered for the final team that will represent their nation at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Students from Sheffield Hallam University triumphed in three out of the 11 categories at the Royal Television Society (RTS) Yorkshire Student Television Awards.
Different camera angles used by men and women when taking selfies serve as a type of non-verbal communication about the photo taker’s intentions, according to new research.
A graduate from Sheffield Hallam University has set up a mentoring scheme to give food and nutrition students a head start in the food industry
Most areas of the UK saw a ‘concerted and well-coordinated’ effort from local government to support communities and businesses during Covid-19.
New guidance which aims to support the national Covid vaccine roll-out by encouraging people to continue to adhere to government guidelines after their first dose has been developed by a Sheffield Hallam University behavioural scientist.