It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of former colleague, John Miley.
Happy Hanukkah to our Jewish students and staff celebrating the Festival of Lights over the following eight days.
The purpose of an Equality Impact Assessment (EIA) is to improve the work of the University, by promoting equality and ensuring that services, strategies, policies and procedures do not discriminate either directly or indirectly against staff and service users. The EIA considers the impacts on all the protected characteristics as defined by the Equality Act (2010):
The University of Salford are delighted to host their first Go Abroad Fair which will take place on Thursday 6 December in University House between 3pm and 5pm.
AquaUoS exists as an enterprise centre within the School of Environment and Life Sciences here at the University. It offers an innovative and unique consultancy service connecting environmental managers directly with experienced academics and practitioners, and utilising university skills and resources to drive innovation and improve sustainability on environmental projects.
Professor Dave Spicer, Dean of Salford Business School, held his inaugural Professorial lecture this week, discussing his research into change management and his advice for business leaders looking to change culture.
This year’s University Christmas Carol Service will take place in Peel Hall on Wednesday, 12 December from 1.05pm to 2pm.
We are sorry to announce the sad news that one of our most esteemed academics, Professor Allan Dawson Boardman BSc MSc PhD DSc FInstP FIMA FOSA FSPIE, passed away on Friday 23 November.
University wows European guests during POLIS conference.
The first in the new series of Salford Conversations took place yesterday at MediaCityUK.
Winter graduation will take place on the Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6th December 2018 in Maxwell Hall. As part of the Celebrations, and for safety of all students, staff and visitors to this event, there will be significant changes to the access of Maxwell hall and Building. We ask that if you are in this area you please stick to the pathways and zebra crossings when crossing the road.
Last Friday, Professor Penny Cook and Liz Burns from our Communities in Charge of Alcohol (CICA) research team were guests of Chief Scientific Advisor Professor Chris Whitty at a community farm in Wigan. Professor Whitty, who is also the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) lead, invited the pair from the School of Health and Society to find out more about their experiences and research findings.
We’re pleased to share the University is a sponsor of the Walking with the Snowman trail which marks the 40th anniversary of Raymond Briggs’ heart-warming tale, The Snowman. A collection of twelve beautifully decorated snowman sculptures are waiting to be discovered on this family-friendly trail all around MediaC
A group of 25 registered nurses from the Finnish Nurses Association (FNA) visited Manchester Foundation Trust (MFT) last Thursday to hear from our Programme Lead for the Advanced Clinical Practice Programme Annabella Gloster in the School of Health and Society. The group, who came from all across Finland, are nurses in a variety of specialisms.
Guests were treated to another enticing guest talk as part of Salford Lecture Series last Thursday when Grammy award winning producer Jim Anderson captivated the audience with tales from his fascinating career. Jim, who is a Professor at New York University, explained to a packed audience at MediaCityUK how to ‘tell your story with sound’.