Applied Policing Research networking event

If any aspect of your research links to Policing, you can sign up for the lunch networking event on Tuesday 15 December, 12-1pm. Organised by Dr Charlotte Coleman, this will bring together work that might help inform the police and policing activity, as well as discussions around research interests. This will be followed up in the…

Hallam Space and Place Group event: ‘The Haunted Home’

The next Space and Place Group (SPG) event will take place via Zoom on Thursday 10 December 7 – 9:30pm. Led by Luke Bennett, Associate Professor in SSA, ‘The Haunted Home’ is an interdisciplinary event which will explore the many ways in which a home may be said to be haunted. Open to all, the…

Adapting Research Methods Teaching Content in a Pandemic

The Research Methods @ SHU Hallam Guild group is pleased to offer two Teaching Research Methods Forum events with a focus on teaching research methods during the current Covid-19 restrictions. The forum is open to anyone involved in dissertation supervision or teaching research methods at any level. The sessions provide an opportunity to meet together…

Independent Chair/Examiner Training for Doctoral Supervisors

The workshop is intended to be of benefit to a wide range of Sheffield Hallam staff with an interest in, or responsibility for, research degree student examinations.  It is likely to be of particular interest to inexperienced research degree examiners and inexperienced independent chairs and staff who are considering putting themselves forward for either or…

Professor and Associate Professor Progression 2020/21

The 2020/21 Professor/Associate Professor application process is now underway. Applications are particularly welcome from BAME colleagues and/or women, who are both under-represented at this level. To apply, you must submit a Statement of Intent by 4 December 2020 with the deadline for full applications later, 28 February 2021. Please read the guidance in full and discuss your intent to apply with…

Sport and Physical Activity Research Centre (SPARC) Seminar Series

Speakers Dr James Rumbold – “Examining Organizational Stress in Varying Performance Domains” Martyn Rothwell – “Investigating the athlete-environment relationship in a form of life: an ethnographic study” Dr Simon Goodwill – “Sports Engineering Research Group – Update” Each speaker will have ~15 minutes for their presentation and questions. Meeting access: https://shu.zoom.us/my/sparc.seminar