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12 September 2023

New research project set to document the social history of home heating

A new project by researchers at Sheffield Hallam University aims to document the social history of home heating in Britain as the era of fossil fuel heating comes to an end.

07 September 2023

Creators of the award-winning musical Standing at the Sky’s Edge to be awarded honorary degree

The creators of the multi award-winning musical Standing at the Sky’s Edge are to receive an honorary degree from Sheffield Hallam University along with seven other notable public figures.

19 December 2022

Hallam students spend close to 50,000 hours supporting communities through volunteering

From the Sheffield Shoebox appeal to tree planting and conservation, over 1,100 Sheffield Hallam students have supported countless projects and volunteered across more than 50 charities in the last year.

27 September 2022

Sheffield Hallam opens campus up to local organisations as part of commitment to region

Sheffield Hallam University has opened its campus to local charities and voluntary organisations to offer free space to those working to support communities across South Yorkshire.

12 May 2022

Sheffield Hallam University research recognised for delivering real world impact

Sheffield Hallam University has been recognised for delivering real-world impact through its research as part of a national assessment.

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

06 July 2021

Helping families who need it most - funding secured for Hallam-led community nursery to offer extra places

Funding to offer extra places at a new Sheffield Hallam University-led community nursery has been secured - providing support for families who need it most.

21 June 2021

‘Postcode lottery’ in councils’ use of anti-social behaviour powers – new research

Anti-social behaviour powers are being applied so differently by councils across England and Wales that it is leading to a ‘postcode lottery’.

24 May 2021

Hallam academics’ work features at prestigious international architecture exhibition

The work of three Hallam academics has gone on display as part of the Venice Biennale - one of the most prestigious international architecture exhibitions.

12 May 2021

Using green social prescribing to prevent and tackle mental ill health

Researchers are investigating whether prescribing nature can help prevent and tackle mental ill health.

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