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  • Peak District Alphabet print competition

    SAB 34 Competition

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

  • Sheffield alumni winning awards at the top of their fields

    Award winning alumni at top of their fields

    Through the autumn we have heard some great news about Sheffield alumni and friends who have been recognised with awards for outstanding achievements, and for excellence within their fields.

  • Mummification was commonplace in Bronze Age Britain

    Mummification was commonplace in Bronze Age Britain

    Ancient Britons may have intentionally mummified some of their dead during the Bronze Age, according to archaeologists at the University of Sheffield. 

  • Festival to celebrate Sheffield Nobel Prize winner

    Festival to celebrate Sheffield Nobel Prize winner

    Throughout October and November the University hosted a series of science events to celebrate the research of Sir Hans Krebs, one of Sheffield’s five Nobel laureates.

  • Sheffield alumni memories 1965-84

    Sheffield alumni memories 1965-84

    After a fantastic response from our alumni we are delighted to be able to share our latest Memories publication covering 1965-84.

  • Your volunteering year in numbers

    Your volunteering year in numbers

    We’re very proud to have had such a successful year of volunteering thanks to the time, enthusiasm and commitment of our alumni community. Alumni volunteers have made an incredible difference to a huge number of students across the University

  • Where are they now? Adam Hart

    Where are they now? Professor Adam Hart

    This Christmas sees alumnus and science presenter Professor Adam Hart captain a Sheffield University team as Jeremy Paxman asks the questions in a Christmas-themed University Challenge for distinguished alumni.

  • The installation of our new Chancellor

    Our new Chancellor's installation speech

    At the end of November we had the great pleasure of welcoming The Right Honourable Lady Justice Rafferty, DBE, as the new Chancellor of our University.

  • Transformation of the University campus

    Transformation of the University campus

    In September we opened the Diamond, our biggest ever investment in teaching, and over the next year we have lots more exciting developments planned to improve our University.

  • Supporting the curriculum: Achieve More

    Supporting the curriculum: Achieve More

     Achieve More is a unique and exciting addition to our curriculum, providing students with the opportunity to broaden their knowledge and develop their problem solving skills. The initiative enables students to work together in inter-disciplinary groups to tackle real-life global problems.

  • City Connections: A lasting impact

    City Connections - A Lasting Impact

     City Connections is a unique employability programme that connects current students to successful alumni. First held in March 2015, attendees visited a number of businesses and participated in tours and practical employability workshops.

  • University celebrates the contribution of Alumni Volunteers

    Thank you to our outstanding eMentors

    The eMentoring programme launched in the 2014-15 academic year and exceeded its target of 250 matches, pairing a total of 277 alumni and students. Each student was able to gain insights into their chosen career and tailored advice on their CVs, as well as application and interview support.

  • Grantham Centre blue Earth

    Joint statement on climate change and fossil-free investment

    Our Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Keith Burnett, and Students' Union President Christy McMorrow have issued a joint statement on the University's stance to climate change and fossil free investment.

  • Top ten Sheffield student eats

    Top ten Sheffield student eats

    It’s almost the weekend so we’ve got another top ten list for you, this week it’s our Top Ten Student Eats. 

  • Sheffield alumna elected speaker of UAE Federal National Council

    Last week Sheffield alumna Dr Amal Al Qubaisi made history by becoming the first woman in the Arab world to be elected as President and Speaker of the UAE Federal National Council