Alumni News

MEng Mechanical Engineering alumna Jodie Howlett has been invited to be a guest speaker at the International STEM Students’ Forum 2020 under the theme of “Inspiring Your Innovation”, and at the VPET International Conference with the theme of “Skilling for Your Future” in Hong Kong next May 2020. This is a large-scale international event, hosted…

Travel Awards Scheme 2019 Winners

8 of our Engineering students have been successful in winning an Engineering and Design Travel Award. Sponsored by The Company of Cutlers in Hallamshire, the awards help students fund travel, normally outside of the UK, in pursuit of an activity or project which will expand their knowledge and experience by direct contact with companies or…

23rd Annual Pop Maths Quiz

Every year for the past 23 years, SHU have been host to students from 57 primary and secondary schools, and colleges from across South and West Yorkshire, Derbyshire and North Lincolnshire, who have been coming together to compete in the Annual Pop Maths Quiz. Initially started as a way to promote Maths as being fun,…

New Experimental and Computational Continuum Mechanics facility

Torsten Schenkel and David Asquith from the Department of Engineering and Mathematics have been awarded HEFCE HEIF funding for the development of a new facility that will consolidate considerable investment in research and measurement equipment over the last 4 years. They are currently finalising the infrastructure for the new Experimental and Computational Continuum Mechanics Facility…

ENGINEERING: Hallam student over the moon with space engineering placement

Hallam University student Jodie Howlett will reach for the stars next summer, as she begins a study programme at the International Space University (ISU). Mechanical engineering student Jodie will be completing the nine-week Space Studies Program (SSP) at ISU in Strasbourg, France, in 2019. You can read more about Jodie and her plans for next summer on our Media Centre

SHU Student wins MMU Sports Engineering Seminar Poster Prize

Congratulations to Final Year Student Matt Tung (BEng Sports Engineering), who entered his EngFest poster for the poster session at the MMU Sports Eng Seminar Day earlier this month.  He won 1st prize for his work presented on internal skirt pressures through an idealised badminton shuttlecock geometry. Matt is looking to continue his success on the MSc Sports Eng at Collegiate…