Chartered surveyors trained at the University of Salford are “vital” to the quality of our cities, but more are needed, according to a conference of experts.
Read the highlights of the Vice-Chancellor's annual address, or view the address in full here...
Following the Vice-Chancellor’s annual address yesterday, I am writing to confirm the information that was shared regarding the annual pay uplift and the designation of an additional closure day...
On Sunday 9 September the University of Salford 10k team were out in force to represent the University in a wave of red branded t-shirts at the UKFast City of Salford 10k...
Don’t miss the opportunity to hear Vice-Chancellor Professor Helen Marshall reflect on our recent achievements and talk about the academic year ahead at her annual address on Wednesday 12 September...
We’re delighted to let you know that our Erasmus+ scheme for all staff is set to open again later this month. As part of our International Delivery Plan, we encourage all staff to develop their cultural agility and improve their employability and experience. New experiences can increase personal confidence and ambition for both our students and our staff – taking part will help you achieve your potential!
THINKlab’s £1.2M research project MOBILISE is developing digital infrastructure to protect communities from natural disasters in Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Malaysia.
Colleagues are invited to attend the launch of a new networking group for parents on Wednesday 12 September (12pm-1pm) at the Albert Adams Room in the Old Fire Station. The network will be working closely with the University's Inclusion & Diversity team.
While Salford Proud’s main goal is to raise awareness of LGBTQ+ identities and work towards creating an inclusive, open, and safe work environment for our LGBTQ+ colleagues and students, we are also aware of the importance of our allies, or “Friends of Salford Proud”, and their importance to achieving this goal.
Due to intrusive ground surveys, there will be 30 less car parking spaces at the Allerton Campus car park from Monday 10 September to Monday 17 September. Alternative space is available at Mary Seacole car park to accommodate for the temporary reduction in parking.
As part of our ongoing focus on inclusion and diversity, we are encouraging all colleagues to complete the Stonewall Employee Feedback Survey.
From this week colleagues who use PayByPhone should use two new codes when parking.
Our EU staff network group is partnering with lobbying and support group ‘the3Million’ with a special event aimed at informing EU citizens about the work of the3Million and the Settled Status process on Thursday 13 September in Lower Maxwell Hall (3.20-6pm).
Dean of the School of the Built Environment Professor Hisham Elkadi has recently returned from Geelong, Australia. As an expert in smart cities, he had been invited to advise on what should be the next steps in the continuing successful development of the region.
The University’s crowdfunding platform, FundUS, has just launched a new project which aims to raise donations for Salford students to travel to Uganda and provide sanitary products to school girls in need.