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A limited service will be running at MediaCityUK Library from Monday 1st July until Friday 5th July while we prepare for the expansion of the campus’ dedicated equipment store.
The Environment Agency held a symposium in the Lady Hale building Tuesday 18th and Wednesday, 19th June. Guests attended from Defra, the Welsh Government, SEPA, NIEA and Natural Resources Wales, as well as Environment Agency agents from Area offices and National Permitting Service. Staff from the School of Science, Engineering and Environment joined the sessions and took the opportunity to catch up with the industry and government representatives during coffee and lunches.
The University of Salford, leading University donor Morson Group and local businesses, have launched two new facilities featuring the latest industry standard manufacturing technologies to enable students to learn real-world engineering skills.
Attendees at our Open Day on Saturday saw Salford at its sunny best, with lots of visitors, staff and students out on campus enjoying the sunshine. The atmosphere was upbeat and prospective students had the opportunity to find out about the course they're interested in studying, as well as taking a tour of the campus, seeing our accomodation and chatting to some of our current students to get the real story on life here at Salford.
I am pleased to announce that Salford has a new Doctoral School.
Andrea Sutcliffe CBE was welcomed by staff and students to our Frederick Road Campus on Tuesday to discuss the future of nursing and midwifery.
Due to safety issues with traffic and deliveries around New Adelphi and Cockcroft, Estates will be introducing a new traffic management system.
Three colleagues have received prestigious awards in recognition of their talent and the contribution they have made to the NHS.
Between 10th to 13th June, Professor Zeeshan Aziz coordinated a four-day workshop at Philadelphia University, Jordan as part of a Newton grant.
Recently HR have been looking at how to make the Workload model - used to balance academic colleagues workload - more accessible and applied with consistency across our four schools. During the last few months, they have been working with the School Leadership teams on establishing some of the key principles that we are committed to achieving for all our academics.
We’re delighted to announce our new the launch of our new online Living Library.
Today (Wednesday 19th June) sees the official announcement of the ‘Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework’ (TEF) results and the University has again been awarded a bronze rating.
Two University projects have been included in the 2019 State of the Relationship Report from the National Centre for Universities and Business (NCUB). Published every year, the State of the Relationship shines a light on the collaboration that is taking place across the UK between academics, business and public sector partners.