March’s Transforming Lives Strategy Update session will focus on student recruitment and the black, Asian and minority ethnic attainment gap. These sessions give all staff the opportunity to hear updates directly from the project leads on strategy implementation. There will also be the opportunity to ask any questions you may have. The following sessions are now live…
The February Transforming Lives Strategy session was presented by Sarah Swales, Assistant Director of Human Resources & Organisational Development and Zoe Sibeko, Corporate Project Manager (Web). Sarah spoke about the launch of our new staff engagement survey, run by our external partner, Hive, that will launch on 20 March while Zoe provided an overview of the…
The 2019/20 Strategic Planning process is now underway across the University, with a clear set of priorities that provide a steer for focus in key areas of delivery. We begin the planning process in a period of significant uncertainty in our external environment. Some issues are unlikely to be resolved quickly – the recommendations, and…
The January Transforming Lives Strategy session was presented by Dave Kyffin, Operations and Development Manager, Provost Group who provided an update on the work of the Hallam Guild.
The November Transforming Lives strategy sessions included updates on the Hallam Deal by Sarah Swales, Assistant Director, HROD and Student Help and Advice by Claire Gandy, Director of Student Support Services.
The October Transforming Lives strategy sessions included updates on the achievements of the Global Engagement Plan and South Yorkshire Futures to date.
The State of Hallam is a new annual event for all staff across the University, led by our Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Chris Husbands
The University will be launching a ‘Heart of the Region’ campaign week, taking place from Monday 8 October to Friday 12 October.
We would like to share with you the launch of Report and Support, our new online system for reporting sexual violence, harassment and hate crime for both staff and students.
By Greg Burke, Director of South Yorkshire Futures