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  • A first half-marathon for the GTD team

    A first half-marathon to support the GTD team

    John Midgley has nothing but praise for the support they received from the GTD team at Sheffield’s Weston Park Hospital so decided to raise money to support the team's work.

  • Sir Sze-yuen Chung

    Alumnus celebrates centenary

    The University is delighted to wish a very Happy 100th Birthday to a distinguished alumnus, and long-time supporter of the University, The Honourable Sir Sze-yuen Chung. 

  • From Chemo to Cycling Cross-Country

    From Chemo to Cycling Cross-Country

    Danielle Allen can give us all a lesson in positivity! A mere 9 weeks after completing her final session of chemotherapy following months of treatment she completed the 140-mile Coast 2 Coast cycle ride from Whitehaven to Tynemouth in just two days. 

  • The GTD Ball in support of Jean's Trust

    The GTD Ball in support of Jean's Trust

    The Gestational Trophoblastic Disease team at Weston Park Hospital hosted their second GTD Ball on 14 October to raise funds for their research project, Jean’s Research Trust, at the University of Sheffield. 

  • David Pover - Riding for Richard

    Riding for Richard

    David Pover rides the Lakeland Monster Miles challenge in support of the Richard Pover Scholarship Fund 

  • The Austin Alumni Mixer 2017

    Austin Alumni Mixer 2017

    The University of Sheffield in America Austin Alumni Mixer has become a popular feature on our annual events calendar. This year, around 20 alumni from across Texas gathered for drinks and appetizers at the home of local hosts, Dr Trevor Richards and Julie Tereshchuk. 

  • Professor Sir Harry Kroto, FRS

    University opens ‘Kroto Schools’ Lab’ in memory of Nobel Prize winning alumnus

    The University of Sheffield is proud to dedicate a revitalised teaching space in memory of Sir Harry Kroto, a Sheffield graduate and Nobel Prize winner. 

  • Last men home - finishing the Big Walk

    Last men home - completing the Big Walk

    Richard Mayson completed the first half of the Big Walk this summer with Miles Stevenson, Director of Advancement at the University, and last weekend finally completed the rest of the route. 

  • 30 years of Erasmus+

    We're celebrating 30 years of the Erasmus+ programme at the University of Sheffield, the scheme that enables you to study, work or teach abroad. 

    This article is located in a different section of the University of Sheffield website.

  • Student callers from the 2017-18 group

    Students connecting with Sheffield Alumni

    Starting this week, and running for the next seven weeks, the University’s Development, Alumni Relations and Events office is running its bi-annual telephone campaign to reconnect with graduates of the University of Sheffield. 

  • Best-selling author shares wisdom with Sheffield students

    Best-selling author shares wisdom with Sheffield students

    We were delighted to welcome worldwide best-selling author and Sheffield alumnus Lee Child back to the University to meet Sheffield students and to share experiences from his career with them. 

  • Alumni cycle through Wales in memory of University classmate

    Alumni cycle through Wales in memory of University classmate

    Over the August Bank Holiday weekend, a group of five friends reunited to take on the challenge of cycling the length of Wales in memory of their friend Thomas Russell, who sadly passed away five years ago whilst studying Physics at the University. 

  • Alumni receptions tour the Far East

    Alumni receptions tour the Far East

    During September 2017 we had the great pleasure of hosting a series of Sheffield alumni receptions for our graduates currently living in Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai and Hong Kong. 

  • Janine and Michelle Barraclough

    Scaling the Three Peaks for the Sheffield Scanner

    Intrepid sisters Janine and Michelle Barraclough have raised over £500 towards the Sheffield Scanner campaign by successfully completing the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge Walk in under 12 hours earlier this month. 

  • Santander Universities supports University of Sheffield students

    Santander Universities supports University of Sheffield students

    The University of Sheffield has signed a new three-year agreement with Santander Universities which will see the company donate £225,000 to support a range of areas across the University.