Over the last few weeks we’ve been showcasing some of the innovative ICZ partnerships that are in operation across our University.
I’m happy to share that three out of four new ICZ Directors have now been appointed.
Earlier this month we held this year’s first Teaching and Learning (T&L) Showcase.
On Tuesday last week, Vice-Chancellor Professor Helen Marshall delivered her annual address to staff. Colleagues filled a lecture theatre in the Chapman Building in three separate sessions to hear about our recent achievements and the academic year ahead.
Colleagues that travel by bus bus to work should be aware of potential strike action that might affect them each Monday throughout October, starting from 2 October.
On 14 September 2017 the Interprofessional Education Team from the School’s of Health and Society and Health Sciences hosted a 'Centre for Advances in Interprofessional Education (CAIPE) Forum'.
The University is getting set for this year’s national ESRC Festival of Social Science, alongside Manchester Metropolitan University and The University of Manchester, who form the Festival’s Greater Manchester Hub. The aim of the festival, now in its 15th year, is to showcase the best in social science research to the general public.
Join Don Carter this Friday (29 September) as he presents his recently published book, Remaking Post-Industrial Cities: Lessons from North America and Europe.
Erasmus+ is the EU programme for education, training, youth and sport. Many of the initiatives are based on opportunities for students and recent graduates, but funding is also available to help members of staff develop their skills in schools, universities, colleges and adult education environments around Europe – through job shadowing, teaching and training activities.
You’re invited to the first meeting of a newly reformed and re-energised LGBT+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) Staff Network.
An open air gig, American house party complete with beer pong and huge bubble football game were just few welcome events our Student Experience and Engagement team arranged for new students joining our university family last week. The message was simple – ‘Welcome Home’ – and the team did as much as possible to ease our latest intake into university life, Salford style.
We’re happy to announce that Salford Professional Development will be hosting the IoD North West Enterprising Women 2017 event in the New Adelphi Theatre on 19th October and the team are kindly offering complimentary tickets for Salford staff.
The sustainability team are currently looking for options for engagement programmes here at the University and would like to hear your views.
Navigating the ocean from your dinner plate - a story of origin, food and fate
Happy to share that we’ve just climbed ten places in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018. We are now ranked at 88th in the UK, which is a significant jump up from 98th last year. The new ranking also places us at 9th best in the North West, above the University of Central Lancashire, University of Bolton and University of Cumbria.