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…

New Advance HE Principal Fellow for Sheffield Hallam University

Congratulations to Dr Julie Brunton, Associate Dean Teaching & Learning in the College of Health, Wellbeing & Life Sciences who has recently been awarded Principal Fellowship of Advance HE. The criteria for Principal Fellow are extremely stringent and achieving this category of fellowship is an outstanding achievement.   Julie was supported in her application for PFHEA…

Academic Development Events

Here we present guidance and resources on how academic staff can engage with a wide range of development opportunities; Our academic development events database platform aims to provide an overview of academic development events, conferences and workshops both within Hallam and with external institutions. These sessions may also be of interest to the wider university…

Call for Expressions of Interest – National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTFS) & Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) 2021

We are pleased to invite initial Expressions of Interest from staff/teams who are interested in being selected by the University as a 2021 nominee for Advance HE’s National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTFS) or the Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE). Could you become a National Teaching Fellow? Do you get lots of positive feedback from…

National Teaching Fellowship (NTF) and Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) Awards 2021

Preparations are under way for the 2021 round of nominations for National Teaching Fellowship (NTF) and the Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE). We are inviting potential candidates to NTF and CATE briefing sessions for individuals or teams who might qualify for nomination. Even if you are not quite ready, support and development opportunities may…

About our work

The Academic Development & Diversity (ADD) team work with Hallam staff to build confidence, capability and capacity to ensure all our students have a distinctive learning experience provided through an inclusive and applied curriculum.   This is achieved through building academic and digital competencies, capability and capacity so that our academic community are equipped to deliver…

Update: Hallam Academic Award

Update from Dr Rebecca Hodgson, Associate Dean Teaching and Learning, College of Social Sciences and Arts   The next intake of the Hallam Academic Award (PgDip in Academic Practice) will be in January 2021. There won’t be a cohort starting in September 2020. This was planned to ensure that the onboarding of new staff onto the…