Congratulations to everyone who took part in another successful VC Fun Run. Together, you raised an impressive £261 for our on-campus charity KidsCan!
In the latest installment of the popular Cafe Conversations, Sam Grogan and Alison Blackburn answered your questions about the Vice-Chancellor's Awards.
Each week, our Commications Assistant, Holly, will be telling you what happens behind the scenes of the Staff Channel…
The University’s senior leadership team has developed a number of complimentary strategic portfolios that will enable us to be Fit for The Future including
A SALFORD Professor who helped create a virtual reality technique to treat trauma after the Manchester Arena bomb has spoken of his pride in helping ease the city’s pain “in some small way.”
A minute's silence will take place on 22 May, at 12.50pm, to commemorate the Manchester Arena attack.
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a motivated and enthusiastic individual to take on the role of Head of Race Equality Charter, driving forward the University’s commitment to race equality, and aims to improve the representation, progression and success of minority ethnic staff and students within higher education.
Don't forget, the Vice-Chancellor's Fun Run will be taking place tomorrow! Why not get involved?
A political psychologist is urging Britons to talk openly about Brexit and not bottle up their fears and frustrations.
RESEARCH by the University of Salford has revealed the social housing sector’s significant impact on employment support.
There are four vacancies for members elected by and from the academic staff of the University as follows:
As part of the launch for our new MSc programme, Digital Society, a summer symposium on is being held on 7 June, in Peel Building between 11:00 – 17:30.
The School of Arts and Media welcomed some famous faces at the annual Journalism Awards, which took place this year on Thursday 9 May at the Salford Museum and Art Gallery .
We will again be offering you the opportunity to buy additional annual leave for the 2019-20 leave year. We expect the scheme will open for applications in mid-June 2019 and we will be communicating further details to you over the next few weeks.
The computer Science directorate in the school of Computing, Science and Engineering will organise the 24th International Conference on Applications of Natural Language to Information Systems (NLDB), from 26–28 June 2019 in MediaCityUK.