Updates to online prospectus

As the University prepares for Clearing 2019, we’ve made some significant updates to our online prospectus. These include improved search design and layout, introduction of new subject area pages and performance enhancements. The new course page can be found here. Links to the separate subject pages are located at the bottom of this page. What other improvements…

Hallam Help summer service

From 29 July–6 September, Hallam Help will be operating a summer service – our email, telephone and MyHallam portal (channels) service, and key Help Points on campus, will operate as usual while other Help Points will operate on reduced opening hours or open on a demand basis for targeted activities and events. The summer service…

Smoke Free Hallam

Hallam has committed to being a smoke-free University by 1 September 2019 and a new policy will come into force on that date to improve the wellbeing of our staff and students. The new policy is part of the University’s commitment under the Hallam Deal and demonstrates our ambition to enable healthier lives – we want to work towards cleaner…

Have your say this month

Our new staff engagement survey (run by our external partner, Hive) will launch on 20 March. This is your opportunity to help inform how the University will follow through on the promises of the Hallam Deal – valuing your contribution and listening to your views about what’s working well at the University, and what isn’t.…

SHU Fest returns!

SHU press release A week-long annual celebration of diversity and talent will begin at Sheffield Hallam University next Monday (4 March). With a programme packed full of live music, dance, cultural performances, social events and more, there’s something for everyone and all are welcome to get involved. Solo-performances from vocalists and musicians will be combined…

Science Week: Laughter Hours (13th March)

Date: Wednesday 13th March 2019 Time: 6.30pm-8:00pm Venue: Pennine Lecture Theatre, City Campus Book now Featuring bitesize lectures from leading academics across the University, the evening will explore Sheffield Hallam’s pioneering research in biosciences and computing, supported by The Antics; resident improv troupe at Sheffield’s Montgomery Theatre and Edinburgh Fringe regulars. Introduced by Professor Wayne…

Think before you print

Help the University achieve its non-pay savings and sustainability targets by thinking before you print. The print policy promotes and supports the efficient, cost effective and sustainable use of print devices and printing within the University. Before printing, take a look at the alternative and more sustainable options to printing, as well as the suggestions made…