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04 August 2022

Hallam lecturers win prestigious teaching award

James Corazzo and Chris Riley from Sheffield Hallam University have been recognised with a national award celebrating outstanding achievements in learning and teaching.

24 June 2021

New academic review of sport in UK confirms racial inequalities still exist and lays out recommendations for improvement

Extensive analysis of data on race and ethnicity in sport by academics at Sheffield Hallam University has found that racism and racial inequalities still exist, with longstanding issues leading to ethnically diverse communities being consistently disadvantaged within sport in the UK.

12 January 2021

Research project launched to assess the link between alcohol and a sense of belonging

A £48,000 research project exploring how alcohol affects people’s experience of belonging to marginalised groups in the North of England has been launched.

20 December 2020

Pioneering coach named BBC SPOTY’S Unsung Hero

Sheffield Hallam University’s lead strength and conditioning coach has been named BBC Sports Personality of the Year’s (SPOTY) Unsung Hero.

30 November 2020

Parliament Select Committees set to hear from Hallam academics

MPs are set to hear from three Sheffield Hallam University academics tomorrow (1 Dec) as they give evidence to Select Committees on the impact Covid-19 has had on health technology and grass roots sport.

23 November 2020

New leadership programme aims to create wellbeing driven economy

A new leadership programme delivered by Sheffield Hallam University’s Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC) and Field Enterprise, designed to create a wellbeing driven economy has been back by the region’s Mayor.

16 September 2020

Hallam project Life-Saving Lullabies wins award for social impact

A project which harnesses the power of song to spread vital healthcare messages among African women has been recognised for its social impact.