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Careers Insights - Communication

Communications is an essential role within the health sector, ensuring that organisations engage effectively with their patients, local communities, staff and other interested stakeholders such as…

From  Greg Stewart on March 24th, 2021 0 likes 29 plays 0  

Introducing... Dr Dmitry Chernobrov

In the first of a new series introducing academic staff from the Department of Journalism Studies, Dr Dmitry Chernobrov discusses what he loves about teaching, why he joined the University of…

From  Pete Green on December 16th, 2020 0 likes 166 plays 0  

Creating videos and animations for Research and Teaching

Animation is increasingly used as a complementary and effective way to communicate research and teach students. Whilst it might seem a bit daunting to try and make your own animations and videos,…

From  Andy Tattersall on July 9th, 2020 0 likes 65 plays 0  

Defining Freedom of the Press: a quick overview

Project leader Dr John Steel introduces Defining Freedom of the Press: a collaborative, comparative study of media regulation and standards in 13 European countries, with potentially major positive…

From  Pete Green on June 17th, 2020 0 likes 39 plays 0  

Nature knows best: The beetles helping researchers to make sustainable paint

Cyphochilus and Lepidiota stigma beetles are ultra white, but their colour comes from structural colour rather than pigments. Researchers in the Department of Physics and Astronomy have studied…

From  Nicola Hemmings on May 4th, 2020 0 likes 25 plays 0  

What's The Point of News? Tony Harcup introduces his new book

How do we define news? Who is it for? Whose voices does it amplify, and whose does it silence? Dr Tony Harcup of the Department of Journalism Studies tackles all these questions and more in his new…

From  Pete Green on April 28th, 2020 0 likes 29 plays 0  

10 Reasons to Study Intercultural Communication at the UoS

10 Reasons to Study Intercultural Communication at the UoS

From  James Pearson on December 2nd, 2019 0 likes 113 plays 0  

What is the Sound of Science?

The Sound of Science - the flagship event from the 2018 Festival of the Mind at The University of Sheffield - is a unique combination of music, performance and science, that explores some of the most…

From  Tom Foster on December 11th, 2018 0 likes 189 plays 0  

What is CRISPR?

MSc Science Communication student Ellasin Chandrasma produced this video on CRISPR as part of her work for 'Topical Science', a module which explores the current hot topics in science, and…

From  Nathan Adams on December 3rd, 2018 0 likes 95 plays 0  

Researcher Away Day 2015

A compilation video about the 2015 Researcher Away Day, which took place at Kelham Island Museum on 8th May. The theme was "Communicating Science".

From  Keira Borrill on October 15th, 2018 0 likes 1 plays 0  

Can you run on custard?

Join the General Engineering students for a custard run! Find out if it's possible to run on custard, what we mean by a non-newtonian fluid. And how all of this helps to get the ketchup out of…

From  Tom Foster on August 21st, 2018 0 likes 375 plays 0  

Announcements Tool

This video guides you through the process of adding an announcement onto your Blackboard course. This provides messages that students will be able to access when they next access the course.

From  Digital Learning Team on August 6th, 2018 0 likes 23 plays

Science Communication MSc

The Science Communication MSc at the University of Sheffield allows you to explore your creative voice within the dynamic field of SciComm. Gain the creative media, journalistic and critical…

From  Nathan Adams on May 8th, 2018 0 likes 99 plays 0  

OLD Science Communication MSc Promotion Video

The Science Communication MSc at the University of Sheffield allows you to explore your creative voice within the dynamic field of SciComm. Gain the creative media, journalistic and critical…

From  Nathan Adams on May 3rd, 2018 0 likes 56 plays 0  

Amy Huxtable - Communications: A pathway to impact

Communication can often provide a significant and successful pathway to impact and media coverage has opened doors to enable our researchers to change health guidelines, influence government policy…

From  Andy Tattersall on November 28th, 2017 0 likes 10 plays 0  

Dr John Holmes - In at the deep end: Lessons learned from a crash course in public and policy engagement

Dr John Holmes reflects on lessons learned on the job during seven years of presenting evidence on increasing the price of alcohol to policy-makers, practitioners, journalists and the public. The…

From  Andy Tattersall on November 27th, 2017 0 likes 70 plays 0