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SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY (SHU) is a public university in Sheffield , South Yorkshire , England. It is based on two sites; City Campus is located in the city centre, close to Sheffield
Sheffield
railway station , and Collegiate Crescent
Collegiate Crescent
Campus is about two miles away, adjacent to Ecclesall Road in south-west Sheffield.

The university is the eighth largest university in the UK (out of 166) with 31,485 students (of whom 4,400 are international student), 4,494 staff and 708 courses.

CONTENTS

* 1 History

* 1.1 Foundation and growth * 1.2 University status to present day

* 2 Organisation and governance

* 2.1 Faculties * 2.2 Research centres * 2.3 Chancellor

* 3 Academic profile

* 3.1 Lifelong Learning Network * 3.2 Rankings and reputation

* 4 Notable alumni * 5 Notable staff * 6 See also * 7 References * 8 External links

HISTORY

FOUNDATION AND GROWTH

In 1843 as the industrial revolution gathered pace and Sheffield
Sheffield
was on the verge of becoming the steel, tool and cutlery making capital of the world, the Sheffield
Sheffield
School of Design was founded following lobbying by artist Benjamin Haydon
Benjamin Haydon
. The day-to-day running was controlled by the local council, whilst the Board of Trade in London appointed the head. Tuition began in a 60x40ft rented room off Glossop Road. In 1850 the School of Design was renamed Sheffield
Sheffield
School of Art.

In 1905 the City of Sheffield
Sheffield
Training College (later renamed Sheffield
Sheffield
City College of Education) on Collegiate Crescent
Collegiate Crescent
admitted its first 90 students.

In 1967 the Owen Building was constructed. Built in a functional 1960s design, it has since been modernised and comprehensively renovated with an atrium linking it to three adjacent buildings. In 1969 the Sheffield
Sheffield
School of Design merged with the city's College of Technology to form Sheffield
Sheffield
Polytechnic. In 1976 Sheffield Polytechnic merged with the city's two teacher training colleges ( Sheffield
Sheffield
City College and Totley Hall College) and was renamed Sheffield
Sheffield
City Polytechnic. In 1987 Sheffield
Sheffield
City Polytechnic became a founding member of the Northern Consortium .

UNIVERSITY STATUS TO PRESENT DAY

In 1992 Sheffield
Sheffield
City Polytechnic became Sheffield
Sheffield
Hallam University (SHU), with the right to award its own degrees.

In 2005 SHU was reorganised into four faculties. The new Faculty of Development and Society, with an emphasis on 'people, places and spaces', brought together education, geography, humanities, law, and social sciences. At the same time, with the intention of further developing research and teaching in the new Faculty of Health and Wellbeing, a new Clinical Academic Group was launched. The building that had been designed and constructed to house the National Centre for Popular Music became the university's students' union building (the HUBS). The Nelson Mandela Building, the former students' union building, was sold and has since been demolished.

In 2007 SHU took over the teaching of nursing and midwifery from the University of Sheffield
Sheffield
. These activities are now based at the Collegiate Crescent
Collegiate Crescent
Campus. The following year the Psalter Lane campus (formerly the Sheffield
Sheffield
College of Art) was closed, and the activities transferred to the City Campus. The £26 million energy-efficient Furnival Building opened in September (renamed Cantor Building in 2011 in recognition of a major donor to the university). The building, which includes teaching spaces and an art gallery has been described as "the impressive new entry point to the campus".

ORGANISATION AND GOVERNANCE

FACULTIES

SHU's Owen Building (left) and Stoddart Building (right), part of the City Campus on Arundel Gate Sheffield
Sheffield
Hallam Students' Union What If? Poem on the side of Owen Building

SHU is divided into four faculties: Faculty of Arts, Computing, Engineering and Sciences (ACES)

* Art Business Systems Communication Computers Engineering Mathematics and Multimedia & the Internet.

Faculty of Development and Society (D Built Environment; Education; English; Geography Humanities; Law Planning; Social Sciences; and Performing Arts.

Faculty of Health and Wellbeing (HWB)

* Biosciences; Diagnostic Radiography; Nursing Occupational Therapy; Operating Department Practitioners; Paramedic Studies; Physiotherapy; Radiotherapy Social Work; and Sport.

Sheffield
Sheffield
Business School (SBS) – formerly known as the Faculty of Organisation and Management

* Business Facilities Management; Finance, Accounting Food Language and Tourism, Hospitality & Events Management.

RESEARCH CENTRES

SHU has 30 research centres, including:

* Art & Design Research Centre * Biomedical Research Centre * Centre for Education and Inclusion Research * Centre for Health and Social Care Research * Centre for Professional and Organisational Development * Centre for Regional Economic & Social Research * Centre for Science Education * Centre for Sport and Exercise Science * Centre for Sports Engineering Research * Centre for Sustainable Consumption * Centre for Tourism, Leisure and Environmental Change * Culture, Communication and Computing Research Institute * Facilities Management Graduate Centre * National Centre of Excellence for Food Engineering * Materials and Engineering Research Institute * Sport Industry Research Centre

Through the research centres a number of spin-off companies have been formed, including:

* Sheaf Solutions – automotive and aerospace organisation * Hallam Biotech – biotech analysis and synthesis * Materials Analysis & Research Services (MARS) – materials analysis and solutions * Bodycote – materials coating * Design Futures – product design, packaging design, research "> Winston has a long history in academia, being a full-time faculty member at Imperial College London
Imperial College London
for the majority of his career.

ACADEMIC PROFILE

LIFELONG LEARNING NETWORK

SHU is the lead partner for Higher Futures , the Lifelong Learning Network (LLN) for South Yorkshire, North Derbyshire and North Nottinghamshire.

RANKINGS AND REPUTATION

Rankings THE (2016/17, national) 91

THE (2016/17, world) 801+

Complete (2018, national) 69

The Guardian (2018, national) 85

Times/Sunday Times (2017, national) 79

In the National Student Survey, several subject areas at SHU have performed very well in terms of overall student satisfaction with their courses: for example, architecture and geography have both been placed first, and planning has been placed second.

In the 2013/14 university league tables, Sheffield
Sheffield
Hallam University was placed 73rd out of 116 UK universities by The Guardian University Guide; 62nd out of 123 by The Times and 66th out of 124 by the Complete University Guide .

SHU received a First Class award and was ranked 15th out of 151 universities in the People "> Adsetts Learning Centre

NOTABLE ALUMNI

See also: Category:Alumni of Sheffield
Sheffield
Hallam University Entrance to Sheffield
Sheffield
Hallam University at night Collegiate Crescent campus

* Nazir Ahmed, Baron Ahmed , Labour Party Peer. * Kid Acne , artist and musician * Andy Akinwolere , TV presenter on Blue Peter * Graham Barnfield , pundit and happy slapping analyst * Sean Bean , actor in Lord of the Rings film trilogy, TV series Sharpe , and TV drama Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones
. * Lee Blackett , Leeds Carnegie rugby union player * Richard Caborn , former Labour MP for Sheffield
Sheffield
Central, and former Minister of Sport * Andy Carthy , AKA Mr. Scruff, British DJ and artist * Eric Dancer , Lord Lieutenant of Devon * Nikki Dean , TV presenter and journalist * Richard O\'Dwyer , TV Shack creator * Steven Hall , award-winning novelist * Mark Herbert , (Film Studies 1991–94) film producer, and head of Sheffield-based Warp Films * Dame Kelly Holmes , double Olympic medallist 2004 * Chris Jones , Sale and England international rugby player * Ben Jones-Bishop , Leeds Rhinos rugby league player * Sean Lamont , Northampton and Scotland international rugby union player * Tom Meeten , comedian and actor * David Mellor CBE, international designer and cutlery-maker * Martin Narey , CEO of Barnardo's, and former Director General of the Prison Service * Kim Noble and Stuart Silver , (Noble and Silver), comedians, winners of 2000 Perrier Award for best newcomer * Bruce Oldfield
Bruce Oldfield
OBE, fashion designer * Nick Park
Nick Park
CBE, animator, creator of Wallace and Gromit and Oscar winner * Stanley Royle , 20th century landscape artist * Steve Peat , World Championship winning downhill mountain biker * Kenneth Steel , artist and engraver * David Strettle , Harlequins and England international rugby player * Joakim Sundström , sound designer * Howard Wilkinson , Football Association technical director, former Leeds United
Leeds United
and Sheffield
Sheffield
Wednesday manager * Leon Taylor , Olympic diver (silver medal) * Andy Whitfield , actor best known for his role in TV drama Spartacus . * James Whitworth , (English 1992–95) cartoonist in 1981 he established the Fat Cat (a real ale pub on Kelham Island) and in 1990 he launched Kelham Island Brewery ; in 2004 his golden ale, Pale Rider, won Camra's Champion Beer of Britain award; in 2010 he set up a post-graduate course in brewing at Sheffield
Sheffield
University , and in 2011 he was given a lifetime achievement award by the House of Commons all-party parliamentary beer group. * Mike Wild (1939– ), senior lecturer in Environmental Studies 1969–1997, founder of the Five Weirs Walk group; co-founder of the Sheffield
Sheffield
Wildlife Trust; and 2010 winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award in the Sheffield
Sheffield
Telegraph's Environment Awards

SEE ALSO

* Psalter Lane Campus * National Centre for Popular Music
National Centre for Popular Music
* Hallam FC
Hallam FC
* UTC Sheffield
Sheffield
* University of Sheffield
Sheffield

REFERENCES

* ^ https://www.shu.ac.uk/~/media/home/about-us/files/2014-15-ofr.pdf?la=en * ^ "Key Facts". Sheffield
Sheffield
Hallam University. Retrieved 30 October 2011. * ^ A B C D "2015/16 Students by HE provider, level, mode and domicile" (XLSX). Higher Education Statistics Agency . Retrieved 17 February 2017. * ^ Basford, John A School of Art is Beginning, From Sheffield Government School of Design to Sheffield
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Hallam University, Part 1 1843–1963, Sheffield, Sheffield
Sheffield
Hallam University, p. 3 * ^ " Sheffield