News: Working in partnership to develop our teaching excellence narrative

In Autumn 2018, colleagues and students from Sheffield Hallam University worked in partnership with a leadership expert from a company called Invisible Grail, to capture and express the university’s narrative of teaching excellence in preparation for future submissions to the Teaching Excellence Framework. This case study tells the story of what came out of the meetings and workshops that took place.

Calls: RAISE 10th Anniversary Conference, September 2019

  Newcastle University, 4-5 September 2019 RAISE celebrates 10 years this year!  The 2019 annual conference offers the opportunity to showcase practice and research and take part in lively discussion about the impact of student engagement and partnership (this year’s main theme), The call for contributions is now open and staff in all roles, students, and others interested…

News: Venture Matrix receives funding from Santander Universities

The Venture Matrix scheme, led by Charmaine Myers, will benefit from a three year funding agreement signed recently between Sheffield Hallam University and Santander. The funding will allow the development of the Venture Matrix scheme to include: global opportunities for students to undertake international placements as part of their studies. Funds will support a minimum of 14…

Building quality student experience: Enhancing teaching and learning efforts in collaborative provision through HEA recognition

Partnership Symposium 2016.

Byron Brown (Botswana Accountancy College), Juliet Hinrichsen (Learning Enhancement & Academic Development) and David Graham (Sheffield Business School) discuss the collaborative relationship between SBS and BAC as SHU delivers the HEA Fellowship scheme internationally.This session explored the journey that both institutions are on and the opportunity to replicate this with other partners.

The Power of Partnerships: a case study of collaboration in Higher Education

Partnership Symposium 2016.

Jackie Powell (Partnership Development Manager) looks at a broad educational partnership in the Sheffield City Region, the Higher Education Progression Partnership (HEPP) as an example of how greater collaboration can enhance the knowledge, networks and outcomes for a wide range of stakeholders. HEPP was established to promote the uptake of higher level qualifications and skills by learners of all ages, to benefit individuals and families, universities and colleges, and contribute to the growth of the city and regional economy.

International – Flexibility and innovation: the key to long-term, successful TNE collaboration?

Partnership Symposium 2016.

Andy Price, David Bowles and Lisa Reidy (Development & Society) discuss Sheffield Hallam’s an on-going and successful TNE partnership with SCOPE, City University, Hong Kong. Focusing on the changing nature of this collaboration, in response to a dramatically shifting undergraduate market and UK-based changes in professional accreditation.

The impact of partnerships on research, innovation and postgraduate training

Partnership Symposium 2016.

Alex Prince (Head of Business Development), Sam Perkins (Business Development Director, Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre) and Keith Fildes (Research Development Manager Research and Innovation Office) explore some of the University’s flagship partnership projects.

The University is developing post-graduate partnerships in research, taking the lead in working with the University Alliance to deliver a cross-institution flagship Doctoral Training Alliance in Applied Biosciences for Health and in Energy. These partnerships aim to deliver highly employable researchers with knowledge, expertise and skills in a growth sector for the UK.