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Our most fascinating research projects
The most interesting, ground-breaking or simply bizarre projects university staff are involved in when they aren’t giving lectures.
Make the most of your feedback
The Feedback Portal is an online system for you to record your feedback. Rate feedback, build up your feedback log and highlight any recurring comments or issues.
Develop your entrepreneurial potential with USE
Skill Build is back this semester to give you the chance to develop all your hidden entrepreneurial talents for free, no prior experience necessary.
Take part in the National Student Survey
Final year undergraduate students can now share their opinions about studying at Sheffield in the National Student Survey.
International Cultural Evening
A celebration of cultures from around the world – dancing, music, theatre and stunning guest performances from local Sheffield performing arts groups.
Get Ralph home
Funding and awards
Laverick-Webster-Hewitt Travelling Fellowship
Open to all Engineering and Geology students who wish to undertake training or research in areas of international importance.
Take part in a range of interesting surveys and research projects from around the University.
Events from the Multifaith Chaplaincy
Like the Multifaith Chaplaincy on Facebook for news of their events, including their ecumenical Prayer & Stillness service on 26 February, 7pm, Sheffield Cathedral.
Written by students
Faculty Challenge: a student's perspective
International Relations and Politics student Evelyn shares her experience of Achieve More.
The Intern 2015
BBC News debate on immigration
Sheffield Students’ Union are looking for 75 students to be part of an interactive audience for a BBC debate ahead of the General Election.
Careers Service Events
Follow us on TwitterSSiDSheffield @SSiDSheffieldOur student blogger Xiwei on the differences between studying in the UK and studying in her home country of China: https://t.co/QBuM0IkMYrFree lecture exploring the state of trust between business, media and politicians leading up to the General Election http://t.co/DnBncSckvV