Creating Knowledge Conference 2019

A reminder that the call for abstracts for the Creating Knowledge Conference 2019 closes this Friday, 22nd March at noon. Abstracts should be no longer than 250 words and can be submitted using this form. The University Creating Knowledge Conference will take place on Monday 17 June 2019 at City Campus, and will provide an opportunity for our…

Transforming Lives – July Strategy Sessions

This is your invitation to a Transforming Lives strategy session in July. The sessions give all staff the opportunity to hear updates directly from the project leads on the strategy implementation plan happening every day at Hallam. There will also be the opportunity to ask any questions you may have. For more information on the…

Degree apprenticeships key to improving social mobility in the north

Degree apprenticeships are key to improving social mobility according to employers, education experts and academics who attended a national conference hosted at Sheffield Hallam University. The Degree Apprenticeship National Conference: Delivering Quality and Social Mobility,  a collaboration between Sheffield Hallam University, the University Vocational Awards Council, and Emerald publishing examined the progress on degree apprenticeships,…

DTS Network Upgrades – 22 June, 29 June & 30 June

On Friday 22nd and Friday 29 June, DTS will be upgrading the network distribution switches which will necessitate interruptions to both the wired and wireless networks in buildings across campus between 6pm and 8pm. The disruption could last up to an hour. There is also a significant risk to services on the following Saturdays as maintenance…

Planning approved for new food engineering centre

Planning permission has been granted for Sheffield Hallam University’s new home for the National Centre of Excellence for Food Engineering. The new Centre will sit alongside Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park, and will become the latest University facility on the site, following in the footsteps of the Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC). Plans for the research-led…

Work on the Knowledge Gateway begins

This project to transform the corridor running along the Lower Sheaf to the Porter Valley, including Sheffield Midland station is underway. The site compound is to be on Esperanto Place and contractors have begun to establish themselves on site, with initial works starting on Harmer Lane. The full programme is still being developed but we will…