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Sheffield Hallam University is partnering with Sheffield City Council to introduce a food waste trial scheme to better understand the process of household food disposal across selected areas of Sheffield.
Sheffield Hallam and its partners have been awarded £3.7m to support universities across the country to develop their civic leadership, maximising their local social and economic impact and helping to address national and global challenges.
As the Government announces plans to rollout self-driving vehicles on UK roads by 2025, new research by Sheffield Hallam University suggests local policymakers across the country need to be supported to engage with the technology to shape how it will affect their communities.
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.
Generation Z members say they want their clothes to be sustainable but still regularly buy fast fashion, demonstrating a ‘clear gap’ between ideals and practice, new research shows.
Sheffield Hallam is in the top ten of all universities in the country for the overall number of graduates in highly skilled employment or further study, according to new data.
Young people with special educational needs have benefited from one-to-one mentoring support as part of a pilot of a successful Sheffield Hallam University-led graduate mentoring scheme.
Sheffield Hallam University has secured up to £1.2m funding to evaluate the success of the Government funding for active travel, aimed at encouraging more people to walk or cycle short journeys.
Doctoral students at Sheffield Hallam will receive extra financial support towards the cost of living as part of an overall investment of up to £1.2m per annum by the University.
Sheffield’s uniqueness is being celebrated in a new campaign aimed to help people discover what makes the city such a distinct destination to live and study.
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