For the first time, clear-evidence has been found that well-designed primary school classrooms can boost learning progress in reading, writing and maths.
Nearly 70 artworks created by University of Salford students and hand-picked by Manchester United legend Gary Neville for the Class of ’92’s new Hotel Football were officially unveiled at the venue on Friday 20 February.
Green-fingered students from Salford University will be taking part in a litter pick and building bird boxes as part of a busy ‘Student Volunteering Week 2015’.
Update - Tuesday 2.00pm - Water fault successfully resolved
Water has now successfully been restored to all affected buildings.
The Clifford Whitworth Library, the Sports Centre, University House, Constantine and Horlock Courts and the Newton Annexe will open from 3.00pm today.
All other affected buildings are having final checks and will open tomorrow as normal.
Classes which were previously cancelled remain cancelled for the rest of today.
Tomorrow will be a normal operational day. We apologise to all affected studenst and staff for the inconvenience caused and thank them for their patience.
The University of Salford has launched a new fines system whereby students will no longer be fined for returning a book late unless another student has requested the item.
BlackBerry, once the must-have device for the sweaty palms of executives and wannabe executives everywhere, has seen its global share of the smartphone market fall to below 1%. So would you still buy this unpopular phone? If you live in parts of Africa, India or Indonesia, the answer is “hell, yes”.
A Salford fashion graduate is set to run a gruelling 35 mile ultra-marathon to raise funds to provide an education for Malawian orphans.
Cutting-edge contemporary and experimental music from Korea to Canada and beyond will be brought together next month when the University of Salford hosts the fourth Salford Sonic Fusion Festival.
A University of Salford academic is heading to Kenya to work as the camp physiotherapist to the British Athletics team.
The University of Salford held a workshop on understanding social enterprises and how they can tackle health inequalities, in partnership with Northern Soul and Glasgow Caledonian University’s Yunus Centre for Social Business and Health.
Research conducted by the University of Salford published today (Monday 19 January) suggests that proper management, choice of location and communication are vital to ensuring the successful integration of Gypsy Traveller sites in Scotland.
The University of Salford has ambitious plans to become a world centre of excellence in patient-centred care utilising innovations in digital technology.
A smartphone app, developed by academics at the University of Salford and Lancaster University, to help families make journeys to school more convenient has won an award and £10,000 prize from Research Councils UK.
Professor Andy Miah, the University of Salford’s Chair in Science Communication and Future Media, is set to appear on a live, televised debate tonight (Thursday 15 January) at MediaCityUK where panellists will attempt to answer the question ‘Should computer games be considered sports?’