The Real Junk Food Project Sheffield in conjunction with Sheffield Hallam University present to you….
Secret Dinner Society.
Surprise and innovative locations every month, several courses of super fresh and tasty food with a full bar and welcome cocktail / mocktail.
Limited places so book a ticket and find out where you’ll be dining!
£3.00 ticket purchases your place at the table and your welcome cocktail/mocktail.
Book your tickets and find out more here – Secret Dinner Society Tickets
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Bike service and repair company Bike Rehab will be coming to Collegiate Campus this Thursday, offering a free drop in Bike Doctor service:
• 27 April, 8am – 2pm: Collegiate Crescent (open space near Heart of the Campus).
Continuing into May, Bike Rehab will also be delivering ‘The Essentials Demonstration’ – perfect for first timers or seasoned cyclists alike. During this session they will share expert tips and techniques covering safety check overs and diagnosis, removing wheels, disconnecting and attaching brakes, puncture repair, torque, cleaning and lubrication, chain wear and care tips. After the session, you will have the opportunity to ask questions and get a free bike check and / or minor repair on your bike:
• 4 May, 12pm – 1pm – City Campus – Charles Street (12.3.17)
• 25 May, 12pm – 1pm – Collegiate Campus – Heart of the Campus (HOTC.0.14)
Are you an expert in a field such as science, engineering, politics or the arts?
Have you ever considered a career in television? Could you be the next Brian Cox, Lucy Worsley or Liz Bonnin?
Would you like to be coached in how to pitch yourself to TV professionals and then given the opportunity to do so?
Do you want to make new connections and spark collaborations with TV broadcasters and producers?
On-Screen Talent Market returns for a second edition of this bespoke initiative, which provides a unique meeting forum for talented experts and television professionals.
For how to register and for more information – click here
Please be aware there is Industrial Action planned for Friday 28 April by Northern Rail, see here for details – https://www.northernrailway.co.uk/industrial-action
Researchers from Sheffield Hallam University are working with the Indian government to build a new power plant which will process a third of New Delhi’s waste. Hallam Energy, a research and consultancy group within the University’s Materials and Engineering Research Institute (MERI), have consulted on a proposed new waste to energy plant in New Delhi, reports Waste Management World. You can also read more on our Media Centre
A new solution has been integrated with Blackboard which will allow students and staff to upload media files (currently up to 2GB in size), such as video assignments and video or audio feedback, safe in the knowledge that the files are stored securely.
Other benefits include:
- files are uploaded to a central publishing point and delivered back as streamlining media
- content is automated transcoded to work across all devices from with Blackboard
- submitted work is accessed via the Grade Centre, enabling staff to view or listen to student video or audio assignments and provide feedback without leaving Blackboard
This will mean a change to the process for staff and students when submitting media files, so guidance including screencasts is now available in the Submitting Work Online section of Assessment Essentials. Students can access video guidance in the Submitting Work Online section of Assessment4Students.
Your local Faculty TEL Team have been trained on this solution and are on hand to support colleagues.
Please let us know what you think – email your feedback to ! Assessment Journey Programme
Dr Kim Lawson, from the Department of Biosciences and Chemistry at Hallam, was interviewed on regional ITV News about Fibromyalgia following a petition by two sisters who are calling on the government to recognise the debilitating condition as a disability. Dr Lawson said there could be as many as two million sufferers in the UK
Cantor Building, Wed 3 May 2017, 10:00 – 16:00
METHOD 2017 is a conference exploring the ingenuity embedded in research methods, across disciplines. The event is designed by C3Ri staff and research students and includes presentations from across the University’s research student community. Book your tickets here.
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Cantor Atrium, Wednesday, May 3 2017 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM Photographer Tom Dingley’s Outcome project captures people from the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) community as they are now – as out adults. With each person holding their … Continue reading