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Get up to speed with the Regs

Dear Colleagues, There have been revisions to the University Policies and Regulations which can be found here. The Research Bidding guidelines for instance are useful to peruse if you are interested in bidding for funding. Another interesting guideline is the Anti-Money Laundering Policy. Money laundering is the process of taking profits obtained illegally and transforming them into legitimate assets. The University has several controls in place to minimise the […]


ESRC Festival of Social Science – November 2020

2020 has been a challenging year for Manchester, with many famous festivals and productions unable to proceed during these unprecedented times. However, the annual Festival of Social Science, which takes place from November 7th-15th will go ahead as planned in a new virtual format. The local version of this national festival is now in its […]


Research Funding Application Notification Now Online

Have you prepared a bid or grant application for submission in the past few months? Did you notice that there are a few changes in the process? Here are the changes: * Colleagues need to complete a Grant notification form (NGA). * The Associate Dean for Research (ADR) must sign the NGA. * A requirement […]


NWCDTP PhD Studentship: Collaborative Doctoral Award 2019-2020

University of Salford is accepting applications for a PhD Studentship for a unique, industry-based collaborative program, the NWCDTP Collaborative Doctoral Award (CDA). The award will support PhD study commencing October 2019. CDA Studentships can be held on a +3 basis and may be either full-time or part-time. A CDA Studentship provides an opportunity for a […]


Arts and Media PGR Studentships 2019-20

Arts and Media PGR Studentships 2019-20 The School of Arts and Media at the University of Salford solicits expressions of interest in Pathway to Excellence PGR studentships for commencement in September 2019. The award constitutes a fee waiver, plus an annual stipend of £14,777 per annum. Candidates are encouraged to declare their interest in applying […]


SHUSUs Dr Lisa Scullion represents the University of Salford as a Greater Manchester Poverty Action (GMPA) Principal Partner

SHUSUs Dr Lisa Scullion has become the University of Salford representative for the Greater Manchester Poverty Action (GMPA) Principal Partner Scheme. GMPA coordinates networks of organisations and individuals to collectively influence policy and practice to address poverty across Greater Manchester. GMPA are keen to ensure that the GM academic institutions have the opportunity to contribute […]


Poverty’s impact on Wellbeing – 6th August 2018

Poverty’s impact on Wellbeing – 6th August 2018   The work of SHUSU’s Dr Lisa Scullion and Dr Graeme Sherriff has featured on The Conversation in their article ‘Poverty’s Impact on Wellbeing is Hard to Ignore’ (http://theconversation.com/povertys-impact-on-well-being-is-hard-to-ignore-51378). In it they discuss the wide-ranging ways in which poverty can impact upon wellbeing, including through the cold homes, […]


TWO SALFORD HISTORIANS SHORT-LISTED FOR PRESTIGIOUS WHITFIELD PRIZE

Two members of staff from the Directorate of Journalism, Politics and Contemporary History, School of Arts and Media, have been shortlisted for the prestigious Whitfield Prize for 2018, awarded annually by the Royal Historical Society for the best first monograph on either British or Irish history. Dr Dan Lomas, Lecturer in International History, and Dr […]


Salford Professor announced as Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences

A leading scholar in sociology and criminology specialising in audiences, consumers, technology, fans, sport and games has been conferred as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.Garry Crawford, Professor within the School of Health & Society is one of 58 leading social scientists awarded the Fellowship this year. He is only the fifth at […]


A New Look for the CARe Newsletter

The CARe newsletter recently received a new look following feedback from colleagues across the School. It is hoped that the redesigned format will help readers to understand more about the wide range of work that the Centre does and, as a result, prove useful in engaging with external partners. CARe has an internationally recognised profile […]