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World Health Organisation partners with Hallam to...

Issued:16/03/17

Sheffield Hallam University is set to welcome some of Europe's top healthcare experts as it hosts the World Health Organisation's (WHO) consultation...



Around the Toilet project wins national award

Issued:05/12/16

A project that aims to revolutionise public toilets has won a prestigious national award.Around the Toilet, a project led by Sheffield Hallam University,...



Research to improve performance analysis for cyclists

Issued:23/06/16

Sheffield Hallam University is looking for cyclists to take part in a study looking at how body size and shape can impact on their performances.Alice...



Study identifies weight discrimination in the workplace

Issued:05/05/16

A Sheffield Hallam University study has found that obese men and women are less likely to be employed because of their weight. In a study of 181 recruiters...



Universities can lead the way for LGBT well-being

Issued:07/07/15

Universities are often considered to be ‘safe spaces’ for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) students - but more still needs to be...



Charlotte tackles lack of women in Football

Issued:01/07/15

Women's football in England may have turned a corner after the team's best ever performance at the World Cup in Canada.However, it seems that...



Academics to explore toilet access issues

Issued:04/06/15

A team of academics are involved in a research project on the way public toilets are designed, in an effort to assess if they are fit for purpose for...



Researchers study Blurred Lines controversy

Issued:17/10/14

Researchers from Sheffield Hallam University are investigating how people respond to and interpret the controversial song by Pharrell Williams and...



Free events showcase thinking behind social change

Issued:14/10/14

Researchers from Sheffield Hallam University are set to demonstrate the role that social sciences have played in shaping modern life, during a week-long...



'What's in a name?' asks new study

Issued:09/10/14

A new study led by researchers at Sheffield Hallam University is aiming to find out why people choose to change their names - or not - when they get...