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Property development talent of the future showcased

Issued:09/05/12

Sheffield's property development talent of the future has been putting its ideas to the test on a project to design affordable housing for a disused...



Success at the double for inspirational Claire

Issued:02/02/12

A Sheffield Hallam researcher and lecturer in occupational therapy has completed a rare double by achieving the highest honour awarded by her professional...



Incapacity claimants set to be slashed by one million

Issued:08/11/11

A report released today reveals for the first time the likely impact of the reforms to incapacity benefits that are currently under way.Researchers...



Academics examine dual role of social media during...

Issued:14/09/11

The role social media played in mobilising rioters to Britain's cities - and in inspiring the subsequent clean up - is being discussed at a major...



'60,000 in Wales set to be moved off incapacity benefits'

Issued:05/07/11

Some 60,000 people in Wales will be thrown off incapacity benefits as a result of the coalition government’s welfare reforms, according to a...



'Little hope of cutting worklessness' - new report

Issued:16/11/10

A report launched today (Tuesday) in Westminster argues that there is “little hope” of reducing benefit claimant rates in Britain’s...



Researchers to tackle sex and the media

Issued:15/04/10

People who take part in 'sexting' on mobile phones or meet casual partners on social networking sites are among the subjects of a new research...



Huge rise in women on incapacity benefits - new report

Issued:11/01/10

Job losses among men have pushed an ever-growing number of women onto incapacity benefits, a major new study by Sheffield Hallam University and Dundee...



Sheffield Hallam at cutting edge of charity revamp

Issued:30/11/09

Charities will need to make radical changes to their accounting procedures over the next few years, and academics at Sheffield Hallam University have...