Graduate volunteers who help current students at the University of Sheffield are being celebrated as part of National Volunteering Week (Wednesday 1 June - Sunday 12 June 2016).
Older people in Sheffield are healthier and financially better-off by up to £3,000 a year thanks to a project piloted by a city charity, according to a new study.
A bumper programme of more than 160 events and activity sessions for all ages and abilities has been announced as part of Sheffield's inaugural Move More Month.
Free access to local business lounges to help people work locally and be ready for England vs Wales 2pm kick-off Workplace provider Regus is helping local professionals to catch the England vs Wales European Championship match by opening its business lounges up for free.
Sheffield Hallam University is set to play a key role in supporting one of the biggest documentary film festivals in the world - Sheffield Doc/Fest.
This workshop is funded by ESRC and co-hosted by the Supply Chain Accounting and Employment (SCA-Emp) Project Team and Africa Research Group The workshop includes the launch of the SCA-Emp diagnostic toolkit which aims to -Achieve financially sustainable supply chains through excellent employment practices, and also includes sessions for the presentation of research papers and discussion of research ideas.
LOGISTICS companies from across the Sheffield City Region are being invited to the first in a series of events launching this month (June 22) aimed at 'Building the SCR's Logistics Hub.
Fish and food are grown together at new University of Sheffield Aquaponics: Resilience Food Farm Waste from fish used as fertiliser for vegetables Project part of University's Achieve More 10bn, where students explored challenges of feeding a world population of 10 billion Feeding a growing world population is one of the greatest challenges society faces and fish poo could be the answer, according to a group of students at the University of Sheffield.