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13 January 2021

Law professor joins board to support future of legal profession

A law professor has joined the board of the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) to help develop the legal profession and education.


12 January 2021

Research project launched to assess the link between alcohol and a sense of belonging

A £48,000 research project exploring how alcohol affects people’s experience of belonging to marginalised groups in the North of England has been launched.


12 January 2021

Regional skills high on agenda with nationally leading partnership

A regional skills partnership for the Sheffield City Region is aiming to tackle current and future skills shortages in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.


30 December 2020

Professor of maternal and infant health awarded an MBE

Professor of maternal and infant health awarded an MBE in the Queen’s New Year Honours list


22 December 2020

Graduate mentor scheme to support 700 pupils in Barnsley

Barnsley council approves funding for graduate mentoring scheme for 700 pupils


21 December 2020

Sheffield Hallam University spreads joy of Christmas with free activity packs for children

More than 100 free activity packs are to be given to children through foodbanks across Sheffield.


18 December 2020

Obesity experts to lead new £1.5m research into the NHS low calorie diet programme

Health experts at Sheffield Hallam University are to be part of a £1.5million evaluation of the new NHS Low Calorie Diet Programme – which aims to provide targeted support to adults living with obesity and type 2 diabetes.


18 December 2020

Sheffield Hallam wins prestigious accountancy education award

Sheffield Hallam University has received a Global Distinction award from the world’s leading and largest professional body of management accountants.


17 December 2020

Hallam’s dementia resource endorsed by NHS England

An online resource designed to support people with dementia and their families during the Covid-19 pandemic has been endorsed by NHS England.


16 December 2020

From furlough to working with the UN to help stop the spread of Covid-19

A student from Sheffield Hallam, who was furloughed in March due to the coronavirus pandemic and used the opportunity to offer her skills to humanitarian charity Shelter Centre, has been named as Apprentice of the Year.


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