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Canadian Prime Minister endorses our investment in leadership

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau opened the Higher Education Leadership Forum with a message emphasising the importance of Universities to economic prosperity and endorsing the University of Sheffield's investment in leadership development. 

The forum was jointly organised by Carleton University and the University of Sheffield.

Read the full article on the University's news pages 

Sheffield Pride 2017

Sheffield Pride

The University is again sponsoring Sheffield Pride which is taking place this Saturday 29 July.

The LGBT Staff Network and LGBT+Student Network will be running a stall at Sheffield Pride which is a free, community event to be held in Endcliffe Park.

To celebrate Pride 2017 and as a visible symbol of our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion, the rainbow flag is flying at Firth Court and the concourse has been decorated with rainbow pillar wraps.

See the staff pages for further information on our commitment to LGBT equality

Follow the LGBT Staff Network on @shefunilife this week

Thank you for helping us go round the world - twice! 

                                       GC

12 July marked the halfway point in our Virgin Pulse Global Challenge (VPGC). So far, our dedicated teams have walked, cycled and swum the equivalent of 148,942,785 steps - that’s 2.38 times around the world.

On 24 May 2017, volunteer participants from across the University started the 100-day challenge, tracking their daily activity using a pedometer linked to the VPGC app.

This dedicated VPGC platform has bonus content like fitness and wellbeing tips for extra motivation.

Find out how our teams have stayed motivated

Call for participants on research into health conditions in the workplace

Blood pressure

Loughborough University is looking for working people with or without health conditions to take part in an important project, examining workplace well-being, health and employer support. You are being invited to take part in this research.

The purpose of this study is to undertake research that has the potential to improve and lengthen the working lives of people affected by long-term health conditions.

Read the full article on our Juice platform

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