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15 May 2023

Sheffield Hallam University launches ambitious climate action strategy

Sheffield Hallam has launched an ambitious climate action strategy, outlining the University’s commitments to net zero and a more sustainable future.

30 March 2023

Sheffield Hallam provides work experience for autistic young people

Sheffield Hallam University has partnered with Nexus multi-academy trust to support young people with autism to gain work experience.

27 March 2023

New research partnership launched to help improve responses to UK security issues

Sheffield Hallam University is set to play a key role in a new partnership that will help to address the challenges the UK faces from global security threats.

10 March 2023

Sheffield Hallam secures six-figure UKRI grant for robotics project to support older people

Sheffield Hallam University has been awarded £400,000 to create a friendly robotic service for preventive care amongst older adults at risk of frailty

27 February 2023

Homeless people criminalised in 'postcode lottery' of anti-social behaviour powers

People experiencing street homelessness are being disproportionately criminalised by regional differences in applying anti-social behaviour laws.

26 January 2023

Hallam lecturer awarded top nursing accolade

Sheffield Hallam University nursing lecturer, Jo Painter, has been made a Queen’s Nurse, a prestigious honour awarded by The Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI) to community nurses who have demonstrated a high level of commitment to patient care

20 January 2023

Sheffield Hallam to host exhibition and film screening after visit to Nepal

A short film and collection of work created by staff and students from Sheffield Hallam University following a visit to Nepal to document human rights issues is to be shown at a variety of upcoming events in the city

19 December 2022

Children need to be seen as a vulnerable group when it comes to fuel poverty – new research

The plight of children living in homes where parents or carers are struggling with energy costs is being overlooked by the Government at Westminster, say leading researchers.

06 December 2022

Ukrainian refugees who benefited from Sheffield Hallam laptop donation visit campus

Ukrainian children who received Google Chromebooks donated by Sheffield Hallam to support their education visited the University campus with their families during last weekend's final autumn open day

30 November 2022

Food for thought – Sheffield Hallam joins new food and diet innovation hub to help improve people’s health

Sheffield Hallam University is a key partner in a new food and diet innovation hub, bringing together academics and industry experts to help improve population health through changes to the food system.

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