Study here / Find a course
Find a course
Study here / Why choose us
Why choose us
Study here / Accommodation
Study here / Fees and funding
Fees and funding
Study here / How to apply
How to apply
Study here / Order a prospectus
Order a prospectus
Study here / Ask a question
Ask a question
Study here / Parents and carers
Parent and carers
International / Overseas offices
International / Fees and scholarships
Fees and scholarships
International / Entry requirements
International / Student support
International / Global partnerships
International / Exchanges and study abroad
Exchanges and study abroad
Business / Business support
Business / Training and professional development
Training and professional development
Business / Research and development
Research and development
Business / Work with our students
Work with our students
Business / Conferences and events
Conferences and events
Research / Research in action
Browse projects by theme
Research / Research quality
Research / Research degrees
Research / People
Alumni / Discounts and facilities
Discounts and facilities
Alumni / Your career
Alumni / Your graduate profile
Your graduate profile
Alumni / How do I?
How do I
Alumni / Inspirational alumni
Visit us / Open days
Visit us / Weekly tours
Visit us / How to find us
How to find us
About us / Structure and governance
About us / Our people
About us / News
About us / Jobs
About us / Giving
The Hallam Fund
Showing 51 articles
Covid-19 has made online shopping a necessity. But when you change your mind and return a product, the real cost is much more than the postage.
A recently discovered Dylan Thomas notebook has shed new light on the poems, career and creativity of a literary master.
A third of English primary pupils are from a BAME background. But in 2017, 99% of children's book characters were white. Our research looks at how children's publishing has a diversity problem.
In England, 1 in 4 boxing clubs are located in the most deprived 10% of neighbourhoods. Our research sheds new light on their important community role.
Farming communities in West Bengal bear the brunt of the climate emergency. We worked with them on a scheme to better protect their livelihoods.
In West Sumatra, pregnant women and their babies face huge health risks. We're finding a new way to help them stay safe.
Sheffield Hallam researchers have charted how a decade of sweeping welfare reforms hit the poorest areas hardest.
Up to 27% of people in the UK experience depression. Our research shows that online memes can help them cope with their symptoms.
The Covid-19 virus appears to affect men worse than women. But are hormones really the answer?
When Flash Player is deleted at the end of 2020, many important works of digital fiction will be erased. We've found an innovative, immersive way to preserve them.