We’re delighted to announce that Level 6 BA (Hons) Comedy Writing and Performance student Erika Ehler has just won the North West heat of the Chortle Student Comedy Awards, held at the New Adelphi Theatre earlier this week. Erika, who is an international student from our partner Humber College in Toronto, will now go on to the final held at the Edinburgh Festival in August.
The seventh in the series of Salford Conversations and the first this year took place last week at Newton Building. Around 50 Colleagues came together to discuss how we could write our future story.
The FuDan Development Institute (FDDI) in China recently invited Salford Business School Professor in Human Resource Management Kirk Chang to Shanghai to give a presentation on artificial intelligence (AI)-driven management. This is testament to the global reputation Salford Business School holds for its ground-breaking teaching and research in this field.
The car park at the rear of Newton Building will be closed this Wednesday. This is so that the Estates team can scan for a damaged cable. We apologise for any inconvenience this will cause.
Each week, our new graduate intern, Holly, will be sharing her experience as she crosses over from student to staff member...
We know that lots of our students are part of amazing projects outside of their academic studies, contributing to our wider university community and enhancing their own personal and professional development. To recognise this, we are launching the Student Success Awards – an opportunity to celebrate non-academic achievements for students who are taking on additional opportunities outside of their studies.
We’re delighted to announce that we’ve been shortlisted in the Business Collaboration category of the prestigious Guardian University awards 2019.
To celebrate National Apprenticeship week, we shared how we are blazing a trail with our apprenticeships, creating opportunities for both our students and our colleagues.
At the University of Salford, we aim to create an inspirational and inclusive learning, research and working environment that celebrates the diversity of our University community.
The School of Arts and Media are saddened to let you know of the passing of an outstanding alumna of the MA Creative Writing: Innovation and Experiment, poet and performer Leanne Bridgewater.
Following the recent announcements and briefing sessions about the new University of Salford Pension Plan, eligible colleagues (Grades 1 to 6 and members of the Greater Manchester Pension Fund) should now have received their letter, detailing the options available.
Parent of a child aged five or under? Charlotte Growcott, a School of Health and Society Research Assistant, is asking colleagues to please complete her survey on children's foothealth and development. The online survey only takes 12-20 minutes, and gives you the chance to win £25 worth of Love2Shop vouchers
As part of Go Green Salford 2019, our Environmental Sustainability Team are asking colleagues to spend five minutes completing the Staff Travel Survey. Results from the survey will feed into our ambitious Campus Masterplan (specifically the development of a five-year sustainable travel plan).
It is with sadness that we report the sudden and untimely death of Mike Meaney last weekend. Mike was a Business Analyst in the then IT Services from March 2003 to July 2013. Since leaving the University Mike had 'retired' to pursue several interests, including helping to run his local rugby club, ski-ing, five-a-side football, badminton and holidaying.
An ex-Premier League and England footballer addressed students at the University of Salford about the sexual abuse he experienced as a youth player.