Colleagues from across the University came together yesterday (14 June) to celebrate the past year’s achievements and successes.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on 25 May and brought in changes that affect our daily working lives.
Salford Professional Development (SPD) can offer a range of training options for your School or department.
As a Northern Rail commuter myself I have shared in the frustrations of colleagues in recent weeks as timetables have been disrupted with multiple delays and cancellations affecting the daily travel plans of thousands of commuters.
Congratulations to lecturers in Politics and Contemporary History, Dr Brian Hall (pictured right) and Daniel Lomas. (pictured below right) who have both been nominated for the Royal Historical Society’s prestigious Whitfield Prize.
We have a new team in place to support our ICZ Directors in the delivery of the ICZ strategy.
AUA Salford’s final lunchtime workshop of 2017/18 will be delivered by Matt Maloney, the AUA’s Project Officer for Networks and Memberships. Entitled 'Defining our Purpose: Three ways to make the most of the AUA', the workshop will set out the advantages of AUA membership and how membership can be used to facilitate career development. Included in the session will be an opportunity for AUA members to discuss the impact of membership upon their careers and professional development.
Since the end of last year a group of our BA TV and Radio students have been gaining valuable industry experience by launching boutique acting agency Manchester ADP’s brand new podcast series, ADP Audio.
Congratulations to Salford Business School which has just been crowned winner at the Essex Court Chambers National Mooting Competition, the most prestigious mooting competition in the UK. The School entered two law students into the competition, second year Emma Clarke and third year Adam White. Mooting is the oral presentation of a legal case against an opposing counsel (or in this case, student peers), and before a judge. It’s the closest experience that a student can have whilst at university to appearing in court.
Runners required to join the University team taking part in the Salford 10k this September...
We are incredibly proud to share the news that our very own Head of Security and Community Support, Trevor Jones, was moving in Royal circles earlier this week...
Martyn Mathews and Dr Steve Pearson from the School of Health Sciences were recently invited by international fire safety specialists Dräger to visit their research and development centre in Germany. The invitation was given to discuss potential collaborative research around physiological monitoring of fire fighters and other workers who operate in hostile environments.
I’m now able to let you know that the process for academic promotion is open for Professor and Reader. This is an opportunity to recognise and reward significant contributions by our academic colleagues.
Dear Colleagues Today sees the official announcement of the ‘Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework’ (TEF) Year 3 results and the University has been awarded a bronze rating
Last week the University was heavily involved in Dementia Action Week, the Alzheimer Society’s annual awareness raising campaign, with many activities taking place across campus together with a crowdfunding campaign.