Glenn Waller discusses his ambitions for Psychology

Glenn Waller discusses his ambitions for Psychology

The head of the University of Sheffield’s Department of Psychology is Professor Glenn Waller. He joined the University of Sheffield in 2012 and became Head of Department in the summer of 2016. Psychology at the University of Sheffield has got a new shine about it. From what is being taught to where it is being taught, there are new developments that are benefiting students and […]

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Building the Sheffield Graduate

The First Science Teaching Network event is to be held on Wednesday 8th November 2017 from 1130 until 1330 As part of programme level approach work, departments will be asked how effectively the Sheffield Graduate Attributes are incorporated into their programmes. This workshop, facilitated by Juliet Storey (LeTS) provides an opportunity to consider and share approaches to teaching and assessing graduate attributes ways to link graduate […]

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HOLD THE DATE: Science Graduate School Showcase

HOLD THE DATE: Science Graduate School Showcase

The Faculty of Science Graduate School Showcase is back and it’s time to drop it into your diaries so you don’t miss out. Tuesday 17th April 2018, 9:00 am -12:00 pm The Octagon, Sheffield The 2017 event (the poster day) was hailed as a huge success so we are keen to make sure all students and staff in the Faculty of Science, indeed across the University […]

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Congratulations to our new Higher Education Academy Fellows

The Faculty of Science is pleased to be able to congratulate its new Higher Education Academy Fellows, who have achieved their fellowships through the Learning and Teaching Professional Recognition Scheme. New Associate Fellows (AFHEA): Kate Adkins – Psychology Emiliano Cancellieri – Physics & Astronomy Nicola Galley – Molecular Biology & Biotechnology If you too are interested in becoming recognised for your teaching and/or support of […]

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New Higher Education Academy Fellows announced

The Faculty of Science is pleased to be able to congratulate its new Higher Education Academy Fellows, listed below, who have achieved their fellowships through the Learning and Teaching Professional Recognition Scheme. New Associate Fellows (AFHEA): Mohamed Elghazaly – Biomedical Science Helen Hicks – Animal & Plant Sciences Anna Leyland – Psychology Sophie Turnbull – Psychology New Fellows (FHEA): Alice Baillie – Animal & Plant […]

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Congratulations to our new HEA Fellows – April 2017

Congratulations to our new HEA Fellows – April 2017

Congratulations to the Faculty of Science’s new Higher Education Academy Fellows who have recently achieved their Fellowships through the Learning and Teaching Professional Recognition Scheme. To find out more about becoming recognised for your teaching and/or support of learning at the University of Sheffield please visit www.shef.ac.uk/lets/cpd/ltprs New Associate Fellows (AFHEA) Rasha Elghaba – Psychology New Fellows (FHEA) Victoria Earley – Molecular Biology and Biotechnology […]

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NHS-recommended mental health apps need proper evaluation, research shows

NHS-recommended mental health apps need proper evaluation, research shows

Study finds digital mental health provision landscape isn’t well defined across England The NHS could potentially be wasting money on e-therapies that haven’t been properly evaluated Mental health apps need to be based on established guidelines and evidence   The NHS could potentially be wasting money on e-therapies that have not been properly evaluated, says a new study by the University of Sheffield. The study, […]

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Whiskers help dormice navigate shrinking habitats, research shows

Whiskers help dormice navigate shrinking habitats, research shows

Footage reveals dormice use their hypersensitive whiskers to explore their tree canopy at night Dormice avoided crossing the space between habitats, leading to a change in their behaviour Hedgerows can help fill gaps in habitats to help the endangered species’ survival The existence of the UK’s endangered hazel dormouse is under threat as gaps in tree canopies are leaving the creatures unable to use their […]

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Professional staff take home trophies from awards ceremony

Staff from across the Faculty of Science were honoured at the Sheffield Professional Awards. At a ceremony in the Octagon Centre on Thursday (26 March) a total of 21 awards were given out across six categories. The Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Undergraduate Teaching Laboratory Team of Mel Stapleton, Anne Holland, Sarah Noble and Tom Hill won the One Team award, for a team who are exceptional in the way they […]

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