FRENCH readers have selected Creative Writing lecturer David Savill as the English language winner of a prestigious European literary festival.
Colleagues from our School of Environment and Life Sciences helped fulfil an unusual request from the BBC recently, coming up with an eye-catching bacterial Blue Peter ship as part of the show’s Bacteria Week. Dr Chloe James liaised with the Blue Peter production team on the project and Sally Shepherd and Nicola Morgan, microbiology technicians brought the plans to life.
Colleagues from both the Degree Apprenticeship Team and the School of the Built Environment visited Russell’s Construction in Trafford Park last week to meet with senior staff and current apprentices to discuss their internal training scheme.
We’d like to remind staff that our Employee Assistance Programme is always here to offer emotional support and health advice if you ever need it.
Next week is Dementia Action Week and here at Salford our dedicated research centre, the Salford Institute for Dementia, have been working hard with our External Relations team to spread the word, with many activities taking place across campus for people to get involved in...
I would like to inform staff about some important changes regarding the DLHE survey. HESA has been collecting information about what graduates go on to do after graduation for over 20 years. The DLHE survey traditionally analysed graduate outcomes at six months.
More than 100 people attended the successful launch of The Library's Brass Band News digital archive last Wednesday (9 May).
The Universities and Colleges Employers Association (UCEA) and HE trade unions met recently for the final of three scheduled meetings to discuss the 2018-19 pay negotiations...
Human Resources professionals from universities across the region and beyond paid a visit to our MediaCityUK campus yesterday (16 May) for the annual NW Universities Human Resources conference.
The University is flying the rainbow flag on Thursday 17 May outside the Old Fire Station to celebrate and show our support for International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOTB).
The University of Salford will stand together with the nation and people of Manchester to observe a minute's silence at 2.30pm on Tuesday 22 May 2018.
PhD researcher Anna Joel is looking for academic members of staff who are line managers to take part in her research on organisational support.
As the government strategy proclaims, there’s “No health without mental health”. A survey of 2000 workers, which was commissioned by the Mental Health Foundation for World Mental health Day (2017) revealed that 38% of British workers wouldn’t talk openly about a mental health problem for fear it would affect their job prospects or job security.
The completion of the £6.2m Library Development Project was celebrated with a jam-packed day of activities on Thursday 3 May.
Ramadhan, the holiest month in the Muslim calendar will start this Wednesday, 16 May. It is a month of self-discipline through fasting from dawn to dusk and offering late night prayers. It is also a month of sacrifice where Muslims undertake charitable giving and help those less fortunate than themselves.