Hallam Guild event: Safe Spaces – 27 November 2020

Friday 27 November, 4.00-6.00pm This event is hosted by the Academic Network for Women of Colour and the Hallam Race Network. Generally the university has not been a safe space for historically underinvested groups. With the renewed and politicised focus on anti-racist practice, we are increasingly encouraged to create ‘safe spaces’ in our offices and…

UK Disability History Month 2020 – new disability reading list available

As part of UK Disability History Month (UKDHM) 2020, Spark! (the Staff Disability Network) and Hallam Library have created a Disability Reading List full of interesting reads on disability, ranging from accessibility to sport.This also includes a section on disability and history, exploring how attitudes have progressed over the years. Many of the resources are available in the Hallam Libraries, not all of these…

News: Evaluation of the OfS Addressing Barriers to Student Success programme

An independent report summarising the findings from the OfS Addressing Barriers to Student Success programme has been published. Between March 2017 and October 2019, the £7.5 million programme funded 17 projects across the country, focusing on addressing gaps in educational and employment outcomes of students from the lowest socioeconomic backgrounds and for black, Asian and minority ethnic students by supporting student belonging and engagement with higher education, and consequently participation, retention and attainment.

Hallam Guild event – Telling your story: recognising your success

Thursday 19th November 12.00 – 1.30pm (online) The Hallam Guild Teaching Excellence Network and Principal/Senior Fellow Forum are delighted to welcome Professor Sally Bradley from Advance HE who will present our Hallam Guild event: Telling your story: recognising your success Sally will encourage us to reflect on our strengths and achievements, within Sheffield Hallam University…