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13 September 2022

Sheffield Hallam to host climate innovation conference

The breadth of Green Future research currently being developed across Sheffield Hallam will underscore the annual Innovation Conference and AIM (Academic Industry Meeting) Day, which takes place at the University this week.


21 July 2022

Child victims of trafficking share their views and experiences in new research

Young victims of modern slavery have shared their experiences following identification of human trafficking through the UK immigration and social care systems in a new interim report published today.


06 February 2022

Universities and colleges must prioritise working together, new report says

A new report calling for greater collaboration between colleges and universities has set out recommendations for governments and sector leaders to support regional priorities and deliver UK-wide economic recovery.


13 December 2021

Impact of Covid-19, welfare reforms and rising living costs on social housing tenants’ ability to pay rent

Sheffield Hallam University has secured almost £300,000 of funding to examine the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, welfare reforms and rising living costs on social housing tenants’ ability to pay their rent.


11 June 2021

Shadow Minister meets next generation of Hallam degree apprentices

Toby Perkins MP, Shadow Minister for Apprenticeships, Skills and Lifelong Learning has spoken to degree apprentices as part of a virtual visit.


18 February 2021

Small charities ‘showed up and stuck around’ to support people through the pandemic

Small charities ‘showed up and stuck around’ to support people throughout the pandemic


22 January 2021

Pandemic has ‘wiped out ten years’ progress in older industrial Britain’

Unemployment in older industrial Britain is now above the levels experienced in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.


09 December 2020

New research project to explore impact of anti-social behaviour powers on homeless people

The impact of anti-social behaviour powers on the lives of homeless people will be explored in a new research project led by Sheffield Hallam University


23 July 2020

Universities Minister meets graduate mentors supporting pupils back to learning

Universities Minister, Michelle Donelan, has met a group of graduate mentors doing ‘invaluable work’ supporting pupils across the region back into the classroom during a virtual visit hosted by Sheffield Hallam University today (Thursday 23 July).


23 July 2020

Three new degree apprenticeship launched to build up construction industry

Sheffield Hallam has launched three new degree apprenticeship programmes to boost growth in the construction industry.


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