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Event and festival management students have played a key role in organising a musical theatre drive in event raising funds for a local youth housing charity.
Giving a voice to Sheffield’s Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee communities is the aim of a documentary project supported by recent graduates.
Sheffield Hallam student Aimee Browes has channeled her passion for exercise into improving the mental health of fellow students and the local community in Sheffield.
Sporting students at Sheffield Hallam University have donated hundreds of items to local foodbanks and run thousands of miles in aid of charity to do their bit to help those most in need during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Students at Sheffield Hallam have captured Off the Shelf in a series of illustrations to document and celebrate the festival – one of the largest literary festivals in the UK.
A ‘remarkable’ Sheffield Hallam University student who made a ‘significant positive impact’ on her course and department has been named Student Nurse of the Year (Mental Health).
A local online shopping delivery app that generated £100,000 of orders for regional retailers and a social enterprise that helps children improve their literacy and numeracy skills are among a diverse range of businesses recognised as part of the Hallam Enterprise Awards.
From lifting the spirits of people in isolation to raising money for the vulnerable and frontline workers, students at Sheffield Hallam have spent more than 41,000 hours giving back to the community.
Sheffield Hallam graduation delivers £2.3m boost to city centre