University of Salford is delighted to be contributing a new vision for a fairer, greener and healthier economy in Salford.

A new vision for a fairer, greener and healthier economy in Salford has been published. The project supported by university staff through evaluation, relationship building and engaging with the anchor network with our Pro Vice Chancellor for Research and Enterprise representing the University at this forum. The ‘grower’s guide’ to nurturing an inclusive and green […]

Community Engaged Learning: Salford’s Dementia Hub collaborate with MA Film Making

“Five mornings together makes more than a film”  As well as our engaged research, there are some fantastic pockets of community engaged learning happening at Salford. Community Engaged Learning can bring real world and lived experience into the learning environment and live briefs can be created for students to help address issues in the community, […]

Unlocking the Secrets of Bacteriophages: A British Science Week Extravaganza

by Maisie Czernuszka Last month, the Liverpool Victoria Gallery and Museum opened its doors to an extraordinary celebration of science and discovery. In collaboration with the University of Salford and the University of Liverpool, the Microbial puppet master’s team have delivered another exciting exhibition on the fascinating world of bacteria and bacteriophages. Bacteriophages, or phages […]

ESRC Festival of Social Science – Save the Date

The Festival of Social Science is an annual celebration of research and knowledge about humans and society. It’s an opportunity for anyone to explore topics relating to social science – from health and wellbeing to crime, equality, education and identity – through events run by researchers and their partners from UK universities. Events are free, […]

Up coming events at the Working Class Movement Library

We have two fantastic events coming up with our partners at the Working Class Movement Library On Wednesday, 23rd April from 3-5pm, Professor Ursula Hurley will be giving a public talk about a new collective surrealist novel In a project exploring creative writing and wellbeing, Salford University partnered with local charity Salford Loaves and Fishes […]

Site-Specific Practices for Communal Landscapes 

The S-LAB team participating in the Field Office Workshop  Workshop & Fieldwork: London, 13-14 October 2023; online, 1 December 2023.  Dr Fadi Shayyai and a teamii of third-year students at the Salford Laboratory of Architecture (S-LAB) participated in the interdisciplinary Field Office Workshop 01iii to exchange knowledge about site-specific practices with the Sayes Court (CIC) […]

Celebrating Our Time, Our Place in Salford

Alongside the Craig Easton: Is Anybody Listening? exhibition tour, the Our Time, Our Place engagement programme has connected young people, local to each exhibition venue to explore the exhibition themes. In Salford, the programme has successfully engaged 12 local young people aged 11-16 years through Salford Youth Service since June 2023. Guided by socially-engaged photographer […]