Journals

  • Built Environment Research Transactions

    The aim of this publication is to provide an opportunity for SHU students to publish the findings of their undergraduate or postgraduate work. 


    Guidance on publication is given by staff who will also act as second authors. 


    It is hoped that by providing a guided transition into the production of papers that students will be encouraged throughout their future careers to publish further papers. 


    Student papers are welcomed in any field relating to the Built Environment, Building Surveying, Construction Project Management, Quantity Surveying, Real Estate, Planning, Housing, Architecture, Architectural Technology- please contact E.A.Laycock@shu.ac.uk. 


    A template and full guidance notes will be provided on request.

  • Natural Environment Research Transactions

    The aim of this publication is to provide an opportunity for SHU students to publish the findings of their undergraduate or postgraduate work.


    Guidance on publication is given by staff who will also act as second authors.


    It is hoped that by providing a guided transition into the production of papers that students will be encouraged throughout their future careers to publish further papers.


    Student papers are welcomed in any field relating to the Natural Environment, Environmental Science, Geography, Planning, Housing, Architecture, Architectural Technology- please contact E.A.Laycock@shu.ac.uk.


    A template and full guidance notes will be provided on request.

  • The Student Journal of Service Sector Management Research

    The Student Journal of Service Sector Management (SSM) Research has been established to publish the research of Tourism, Hospitality, Events and Food and Nutrition (THEFN) students in the Department of SSM at Sheffield Hallam University (SHU). The aim of this journal is to provide an avenue for disseminating students’ theoretical and industry relevant research and to engage with students studying for an undergraduate and postgraduate degree in THEFN at SHU. It is designed to:



    • publish research to demonstrate the depth and breadth of the intellectual interest of our students.

    • showcase students' research achievements in undertaking their undergraduate projects and postgraduate dissertations

    • support students in gaining their first publication as publishing for the first time can seem daunting.


     

  • Spark

    The STA Journal of Postgraduate Research.

  • Hospitality Management Review Student Journal at Sheffield Hallam University

    Hospitality Management Review is the Journal of Undergraduate Research in Hospitality Management at Sheffield Business School at Sheffield Hallam University, its aim is to showcase students' research achievements in undertaking their final year project.

  • Enquiry

    This is the archive of Enquiry, the Faculty of Science Technology and Arts  journal  for undergraduate work.