Design and Undertaking Participatory Research: Practical Issues, Successes and Challenges

Wednesday 9th December, 11.00 – 17.00 You are warmly invited to an online British Sociological Association Early Career Forum Regional Event organised by Ruth Beresford, a  member of the Hallam Guild Research Methods @SHU group. This one-day workshop will bring together researchers doing social research, working with or interested in participatory research approaches. The event has been adapted from a face-to-face…

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…

Venture Matrix awarded the Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence

Congratulations to Charmaine Myers and the Venture Matrix team, who have been awarded an Advance HE Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE).  The CATE recognises and rewards collaborative work that has had a demonstrable impact on teaching and learning, and highlights the key role of teamwork in higher education.  Read the announcement of this year’s…

Hallam Guild: Pracademia Network launches on Advance HE Connect

Established Hallam Guild group, Hallam Pracademia has now launched the new Pracademia Network with Advance HE Connect, bringing together academics and practitioners to share best practice, create opportunities for professional development, and facilitate collaborations with partners. To find out more and to join the network please see the Advance HE Connect website or contact Jill Dickinson.  Advance…

Upcoming Hallam Guild event: Leveraging Community to Build an Inclusive Environment – 10th June

Join the Hallam Guild Group: HWLS Minoritised on 10th June for a conversation about race equality at Hallam, as part of this year’s online Creating Knowledge conference. Book your place here (select the Building inclusive communities session, 10th June, 10am): https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/creating-knowledge-conference-2020-tickets-106212596736. The full conference programme can be viewed via the Creating Knowledge hub at: https://blogs.shu.ac.uk/creating/conference-2020/

Call for Submissions: UG Research Poster Showcase 2020

The Undergraduate Research Network Hallam Guild group are pleased to announce that submissions for the Undergraduate Research Poster Showcase 2020 are now open! Students will have the opportunity to design and produce a professional research poster with the support of tailored 1-1s, ‘Ask the Experts’ workshops and online study guides. Students will then present their posters…