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  • Peak District Alphabet print competition

    SAB 36 Competition

    Enter our competition to win a Peak District Alphabet print by Alys Modrecai.  

  • The Big Walk 2016

    University walks for refugees

    This year Sheffield is showing its support for refugees. Sheffield is a City of Sanctuary, and the University is committed to doing its part to help keep safe students and academics who are at risk of harm in their home countries. 

  • Where are they now? Bella Qvist

    Where are they now? Bella Qvist

    Bella Qvist came to Sheffield from Stockholm in 2006, and having studied Journalism and Germanic studies at the University now calls the city her home. We asked Bella a few questions about her time at the University, her career, and how she ended up at Eurovision 2016.

  • Jeremy Grantham with his wife Hanne

    Philanthropist and alumnus honoured by Queen

    World-renowned philanthropist and University of Sheffield alumnus Jeremy Grantham has been named a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for his exceptional services to climate change research.

  • Prize for Innovative Use of Technology in Science Learning

    Prize for Innovative Use of Technology in Science Learning

    The University of Sheffield is pleased to launch the 2016 Prize for Innovative Use of Technology in Science Learning supported by Professor Sir Harold and Lady Margaret Kroto and the Jacobs Foundation.

  • One Day Challenge

    The Big Walk nominated for Heist Award

    The Big Walk 2015 has been shortlisted for Best Alumni, Development or Fundraising Initiative at the Heist Awards for marketing in higher education. 

  • University celebrates the contribution of Alumni Volunteers

    Celebrating our Alumni Volunteers

    To coincide with National Volunteering Week we wanted to take the opportunity to thank all our alumni who give their time to support the University and our students. 

  • A message from our Vice-Chancellor

    A test we must not fail

    An open letter from our Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Keith Burnett, regarding the refugee crisis.

  • Alumnus leads students in creation of medal winning Chelsea Flower Show garden

    Alumnus leads students in creation of medal winning Chelsea Flower Show garden

    Sheffield architecture and landscape students have worked with Zap Architecture and Diarmuid Gavin on the delivery of an exhibit as part of the 2016 RHS Chelsea Flower Show

  • World-renowned artist and alumnus honours University’s commitment to refugees

    World-renowned artist and alumnus honours University’s commitment to refugees

    Acclaimed artist and author Edmund de Waal presented the University of Sheffield with a special piece of art in recognition of its deep commitment to supporting refugees. 

  • Top 10 drinks spots

    Top 10 drinks spots

    After a few weeks off we are back with another trip down memory lane, this time with our Top 10 places to go for drinks. 

  • Architects chosen for Henderson’s Relish pub design

    Architects chosen for Henderson’s Relish pub design

    Sheffield‐based architects Hadfield Cawkwell Davidson have emerged as the winning team to design the new Henderson’s Relish pub for the University of Sheffield. 

  • Kroto

    Professor Sir Harry Kroto, FRS 1939-2016

     It is with great sadness that we have received the news of the death of Professor Sir Harold Kroto – the Nobel Prize winning chemist, alumnus, honorary graduate and firm friend of the University.

  • Rowing Club name boat in memory of original member

    Rowing Club name boat in memory of original member

    At a ceremony last weekend the Sheffield University Rowing Club named their new boat in memory of one of the Club’s original members, Dr Peter Cook.  

  • University of Sheffield Enterprise Centre

    Sheffield Enterprise supported business Tutora raises £150,000

    A business working out of the University of Sheffield's Enterprise Centre, set up by Sheffield graduates, has raised £150,000 through crowdfunding.