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Please note there will be disruption to WiFi across Peel Park campus on Saturday 13 October due to a system upgrade.
We are sorry to announce the very sad news that Andrew Schofield died suddenly on Friday 21 September at the age of 58.
Did you know that non UK staff can access financial assistance via an interest free support loan?
We are delighted to announce that it is now possible to apply for Erasmus+ funding for job shadowing, teaching and training placements. For 2018/19 there is €25,000 of funding available for ALL staff across both academic and professional services.
Dementia is described by the Alzheimer's Society as 'a set of symptoms that may include memory loss and difficulties with thinking, problem-solving or language. Dementia is caused when the brain is damaged by diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease or a series of strokes.'
ONECPD, the University’s training and conference subsidiary business, and The Christie in Manchester have teamed up to collaborate on an event for clinicians, consultants, oncologists, radiotherapists, nurses, physicists and other healthcare professionals to understand the advantages that proton beam will bring to patients in Greater Manchester.
Please note this year’s annual audit of teaching space will commence 15 October.
Viv Bell, Academic Skills Consultant in The Library, has recently seen her hobby recognised in two major exhibitions.
We’re pleased to share our brand new Autumn recruitment campaign which will be visible across a number of channels. Distinctive in its look and feel, the campaign builds on our popular ‘Become unstoppable’ tag line and introduces a number of key headlines including ‘Be unafraid’, ‘Be unbreakable’ and be ‘Be unphased’.
The Salford branch of the Association of University Administrators is holding a “Book Launch” on Tuesday 23 October to celebrate the publication of the latest AUA Good Practice Guide, which has been written by two QEO staff members (Alison Jones and Martin Toner).
DocQticket, the online portal for sending jobs to the University’s print room, will be unavailable for job submissions on Tuesday 9 October from 9am to 1.30pm.
The New Adelphi Theatre kicked off its first programmed season in style on Wednesday when they organised special preview screenings of Strangeways Here We Come ahead of its national release later this week. The dark comedy starring Michelle Keegan (Our Girl, Coronation Street), Salford alumnus Stephen Lord (Marcella, Penny Dreadful) Elaine Cassidy (No Offence) and BAFTA winner Chanel Cresswell (This Is England), tells the tale of a group of Salfordian high-rise residents who conspire to get their revenge on a loan shark.
US News took time to interview Dean, Margaret Rowe and ask her how the new school was progressing. Here’s what she had to say.
The University has just launched two competitions - Innovation Fellowshipsand the Staff Innovation Challenge – which aim to support development of intellectual property that forms the basis of the products and services of the future, supporting our ICZ strategy by acting as a focus for industry collaboration.