Early Career Research and Innovation Fellowships 21/22: call for applications

Applications are invited for the 21/22 Early Career Research and Innovation Fellowship Scheme. The Fellowship Scheme is open to staff who are on a Teaching and Research or Research Contract who are at an early stage of their research career, whose research interests align with their College (Dept./Research Centre) and Institute strategic plans, and who can demonstrate the potential to be a future independent researcher or future research leader.

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…

Covid-19: SHU guidance for staff and students undertaking institutional research and evaluation

Please read this guidance provided by Dr Lisa Mooney, PVC Research & Innovation which should guide decision making in the immediate future. STEER will be shortly be sharing resources for researching and evaluating at a distance, including key ethical considerations about the burden on students and the potential skew on institutional data which should guide decisions about re-scheduling or adapting methods.

New event – Undergraduate Research Poster Showcase

The Hallam Guild UG Research Network are excited to announce their Undergraduate Poster Showcase event       Wednesday 18th March 2:00pm till 4:00pm City Campus: Cantor Atrium This year’s event will showcase the work of over 20 undergraduate researchers from across the university. Students have spent the last few weeks designing and building research posters based…

The SEDA Journal – Innovations in Education & Teaching International (IETI) – community of peer reviewers

The SEDA journal – Innovations in Education & Teaching International (IETI) Aims to promote innovation and good practice in higher education through staff and educational development and subject-related practices. With the ever growing reputation of the journal,  we are seeking expressions of interest to join our community of peer reviewers. Why become a peer-reviewer? It…

News: Microbiome research within Sheffield: SHU and TUOS collaboration

As part of a collaboration between: Centre for Behavioural Science and Applied Psychology (CeBSAP) Department of Psychology, Sociology and Politics – SHU Sheffield Institute of Translational Neuroscience (SiTRaN) – University of Sheffield we have developed a collaborative microbiome research partnership based on our ongoing work with PD patients and the microbiome at SHU and their specialism…