Every month we’ll be shining the spotlight on one colleague from across the University in our ‘Ten questions with…’ series.
The School of Health Sciences was pleased to be able to host the 15th International Symposium on 3D Analysis of Human Movement (3dAHM-2018) over four days in July 2018. The theme of the symposium was “Human Movement – Principles and Practice” inspired by James Joule, who was working in Salford when he discovered the mechanical equivalent of heat.
Join us for a fast-paced creative session designed to help you accelerate the pace of change towards trans inclusion across the university.
Please can all staff who have the Callmy security app on their smartphone please delete it and replace with the new Callmy Alert app.
On Wednesday 8 August and Saturday 11 August the University will be holding public consultation sessions on The Crescent Masterplan alongside Salford City Council and 5plus Architects. Local residents and businesses can learn more about the future vision for our campus and surrounding Crescent district. Colleagues are also invited to come along to the sessions– just pop along at a time that suits you.
Roll up! Roll up! The Manchester Pride Parade is coming to town and Salford Proud would like YOU to take part.
The University is holding a workshop with Can Tho University from 3 to 6 September. The work shop focusses on Smart Cities – an area in which the School of the Built Environment leads the way worldwide.
Michael Dean, Senior Lecturer and International Lead in the Directorate of Sport, Exercise and Physiotherapy is celebrating after being awarded Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.
Dr Andrew Clark, Reader in Sociology has recently been involved in the production of a short film to be included in a new current affairs programme “Every Three Seconds” produced by ITN Productions in association with Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI).
Today’s publication of NSS results show that our institutional performance has consolidated and further improved on the performance of last year...
The Estates team need to close the one way system between Allerton Main Building and the Annex, whilst scaffolding is in place. This is part of the work to replace two boilers in the building.
The scanning function on university printers will be unavailable from 3pm to 5pm on Tuesday 31 July.
Amanda Miller (Simulation Lead & Lecturer in Children and Young People’s Nursing) in the School of Health and Society has been working with researchers from the USA at Minnesota State University, Mankato and Children’s National Medical Center, Washington DC and Keele University, UK to validate a family care rubric for use in simulated practice learning.
For the eighth year running, the Booth Centre, is inviting hundreds of people to take on the challenge of sleeping outside during the 2018 Manchester Sleepout to raise awareness and vital funds to help end homelessness. We are proud to be a key sponsor of this event, along with partners from Construction Impact Framework (CIF) and Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust.
There has been a rise in theft in and around the A6 corridor area of Salford, from Irlam o’th Heights to Manchester. Typically this has been mobile phone theft but two incidents of bag thefts have also been reported in the past 24 hours.