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14 June 2024

Arts-led climate programme to launch at Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre

A new programme of climate-focused research, performance and exhibition will be launched this month at the Crucible Theatre.

12 June 2024

Mental wellbeing and social connections of middle-aged men improved by parkruns

Taking part in parkrun has a positive impact on the mental wellbeing of middle-aged men and helps them to form new friendships, according to new research.

11 June 2024

Sheffield hospice launches new partnership with Sheffield Hallam University

St Luke’s - Sheffield’s Hospice has launched a number of collaborative projects through Sheffield Hallam University’s Future Now programme to help enrich students learning beyond the classroom.

04 June 2024

Workers on precarious contracts most likely to experience sexual harassment

Hospitality workers on precarious contracts are most likely to experience workplace sexual harassment, according to a new report.

10 May 2024

Sheffield Hallam rated outstanding across all initial teacher education courses

Sheffield Hallam University’s teacher training has been rated ‘outstanding’ across all four areas, from early years to post-16.

25 April 2024

Sixty-one per cent of social housing tenants cut back on essentials to pay rent

New findings from a survey of social housing tenants found that 70 per cent struggled to pay their rent, with 61 per cent forced to cut back on essentials, such as heating and food, to be able to pay their rent.

09 August 2022

Team Hallam takes home seven medals at Commonwealth Games

Seven medals were won by Sheffield Hallam University students and alumni competing in the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

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.

23 June 2022

Uncovering the history of an iconic Sheffield music studio

A documentary about the iconic music studio which recorded early demos from bands which became The Human League, Pulp and Def Leppard will premiere at Sheffield DocFest.

23 April 2021

New research project to examine the impact of exercise on those suffering with systemic sclerosis

Sheffield Hallam academics will lead a major new Europe-wide research study into the effects of exercise on pain and fatigue felt by those living with systemic sclerosis.

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