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16 July 2021

Sheffield Hallam announced as finalist in national social mobility awards

Sheffield Hallam University has been shortlisted for a UK Social Mobility Award in recognition of its work to advance social mobility through higher education (HE).


15 July 2021

Three ‘talking’ bears in paw-sition around Sheffield Hallam University as sculpture trail gets underway this week

Sheffield Hallam University has unveiled three ‘talking’ bear sculptures – designed by Pete McKee, Morag Myerscough and Thoughts Make Things – as the Bears of Sheffield trail gets underway this week.


14 June 2021

Sheffield Hallam named a University of Sanctuary

Sheffield Hallam University has been named a University of Sanctuary in recognition of its outstanding support for refugees and people seeking sanctuary across all areas of higher education.


19 May 2021

Hallam provides more than 1,000 support packages to newly arrived international students

Staff have gone the extra mile to ensure that international students had access to everyday essentials whilst in quarantine.


17 May 2021

Next stage in campus plan revealed

Sheffield Hallam has released new images which show the latest plans to develop its city campus at a key gateway to Sheffield City Centre.


10 May 2021

Internship Schemes launched to help students thrive after university

Helping students access vital paid work experience is the aim of the Hallam Internship Scheme which opens for applications today (Monday 10 May).


30 April 2021

Sheffield Hallam Student’s raise over £40,000 for charity

Sheffield Hallam students have successfully raised over £40,000 for Sheffield Charities by organising a variety of virtual events.


29 April 2021

Geoscientists call for action on tackling racial inequality

An article published in the journal Nature Geoscience has highlighted the shocking under-representation of students from ethnic minority backgrounds in the Geosciences.


23 April 2021

New research project to examine the impact of exercise on those suffering with systemic sclerosis

Sheffield Hallam academics will lead a major new Europe-wide research study into the effects of exercise on pain and fatigue felt by those living with systemic sclerosis.


14 April 2021

New report sets out blueprint for assuring quality professional development for teachers

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.


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