In order to complete Phase 2 of The Enabling the Student Journey (ESJ) programme, a final piece of work will take place over the weekend of Saturday 18 March and Sunday 19 March 2017.
Three Salford academics delivered papers at a one-day conference this week held at Pembroke College, Oxford. The conference on ‘Military Doctrine: Past, Present and Future’ saw historians and armed forces practitioners meet to discuss the way in which military doctrine has been formulated and disseminated in the past, with a discussion on how past and current experience can inform future practice. The conference was hosted by the Oxford Changing Character of War (CCW) Programme. Three Salford academics – Dr Brian Hall, Professor Alaric Searle and Dr James Corum delivered papers, together with two other academics and several practitioners.
Chair in Translational Medicine Prof Michael Lisanti is to speak at the inauguration of one of the world’s most significant new cancer research institutes.
Vice-Chancellor, Professor Helen Marshall invites employees, students and friends and supporters of the University to help raise money for Kidscan, the University-based children’s cancer charity, by joining her on a 5k Fun Run on Friday 28 April.
The University has been ranked in the world’s top 50 universities for one of its subject areas, following the release of an international university rankings league table.
An innovative collaboration with a Chinese institution has seen the University of Salford’s fashion programme shortlisted for a prestigious Guardian University Award.
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On 24th February, 24 of our Performance students took part in the 'Salford Showcase' at HOME in front of the region’s leading agents and casting directors. Running for over 20 years, the annual showcase event has enabled many of our students to gain professional representation, in turn facilitating many of them to find work in television, film and theatre.
Volunteer Week is taking part from 1-7 June this year and to mark the occasion we want to hear your volunteering stories.
To celebrate the diversity of both our colleagues and students, next week will be ‘One World Week’, a five-day festival to celebrate multiculturalism here on campus.
Last October we invited you to complete the Best Companies survey to help us measure colleague engagement. We have seen an increase in the overall response rate, so a big thank you to all of those colleagues who took the time to complete the survey.
The Sports Centre will be organising six-a-side football sessions every Friday lunchtime, starting onFriday 17 March.
In April 2016, as part of its landmark devolution deal, Greater Manchester took control of a £6 billion health and social care budget, marking a new era for the region and one of the biggest ever changes to NHS funding in England.
Salford Professional Development - our standalone training company - has promoted two staff to director roles and has appointed former BBC producer and presenter Lynne McCadden as head of its new creative and digital business unit.
The team behind an online support group for women invited for breast screening has been nominated for an award at the prestigious 2017 Advancing Healthcare Awards. The Word of Mouth Mammogram e-Network (WoMMeN) was created by colleagues from across the University, including academics specialising in radiography, midwifery, nursing, psychology and business, as well as clinical practitioners from radiography, PhD students and patients.