Sheffield Hallam University
Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) is a Higher Education institution in South Yorkshire, England, based on two sites in Sheffield. City Campus is in the city centre, close to Sheffield railway station, and Collegiate Crescent Campus is about two miles away, adjacent to Ecclesall Road in south-west Sheffield.The university is the eighth largest in the UK in terms of enrolment, with more than 30,000 students, over 4,000 staff and 650 courses.One of the university's priorities is to promote regional wealth creation through enterprise and knowledge transfer. This commitment is represented at strategic level via the Sheffield First Partnership – a high-level public, private and voluntary sector partnership to develop and implement economic and social strategies for the city.1843 As the industrial revolution gathered pace and Sheffield was on the verge of becoming the steel, tool and cutlery making capital of the world, the Sheffield School of Design was founded.
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The Event Management Hub at Sheffield Business School has launched a new CPD course aimed at mirroring the timeline of a real event. The two-day course is targeted at both event organisers and professionals who have some degree of responsibility in relation to events but who are looking to take a step up.
The 2011 Ricoh Women’s British Open delivered an economic impact of over £4. 7m to Scotland, according to figures announced today (15 Feb). The overall figure for the Championship, which took place at Carnoustie in July 2011, includes a direct impact of £3. 97m to the Angus economy. Taiwan’s Yani Tseng successfully defended her title at Carnoustie, [.
The recent Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) International Conference generated an economic benefit of '290,000 for Sheffield and the city region.
Twitter on Wednesday confirmed the acquisition of the London-based startup TweetDeck in a deal thought to be worth about USD 40m. The deal makes Iain Dodsworth, the 36-year-old founder of Twitter app TweetDeck, an overnight multimillionaire and an instant success story from London's "Silicon Roundabout". Dodsworth, a Sheffield Hallam University-educated programmer, also confirmed the long-rumoured deal on his company's website on Wednesday.
A group of 28 students from undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Sheffield Hallam University will set off for India at the start of October.