Visitors from Carleton University
The Sheffield Leader will welcome back visitors from Carleton University (based in Ottawa, Carleton) from 23 - 27 March 2015.
The team first visited us in November 2012 to find out more about the Sheffield leader, following international research into leadership development. Carleton University subsequently launched their equivalent version of the Sheffield Leader - the 'Carleton Leader' was launched in 2014 and is already demonstrating significant impact.
The team have a packed agenda over the 5 days ensuring catch ups with key staff in Human Resources and other Sheffield Leader stakeholders.
See the Sheffield Leader webpages for further information, and get involved on Twitter @SheffieldLeader.
What's The Deal?
Find out by accessing your personal portal via MUSE.
It’s the pay, rewards and many benefits you earn for being a valued member of our University all captured in one place and accessible via MUSE.
To access your portal click here or click on The Deal under 'My Services' in MUSE.
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Portrait of a Woman
The University's first portait to hang in Firth Court depicting a woman has been unveiled at the Portrait of a Woman celebration event, held on 2 March.
Emeritus Professor Gillian Gehring was selected as the first subject of the Portrait of a Woman Prize by a comissioning panel comprised of University staff and external members, and painted by critically-acclaimed portrait artist Frances Bell. Professor Gehring was selected from University-wide nominations of 28 inspiring women who were photographed for an exhibition which has been touring the University.
USS have proposed some significant changes to the scheme and is currently in the process of consulting its members and stakeholders on these proposals.
See our USS Consultation pages for information relating to the proposals, and an update on the current position of the proposals and the consultation process.
We will continue to update these web pages regularly as more information becomes available.