Keith Middlemas, who died on 10 July, was Professor of History in Social Sciences from the University’s early days until his retirement in 1998.
Zhang Xin, regarded as one of the world’s most powerful women, has paid tribute to her former tutors at Sussex.
Two Nobel Prize-winners have doubled their gold-medal tally – with a University of Sussex gold medal to add to their Nobel medal.
A former creative writing DPhil student and tutor at Sussex yesterday (Thursday 27 June) won a major national book award worth £10,000.
Emeritus Prof Norman Mackenzie, who has died aged 91, founded the Centre for Educational Technology and was Director of the School of Education.
On Tuesday 11 June, the Jubilee lecture theatre underwent a Hollywood makeover and transformed for the evening into the Kodak Theatre, LA.
University of Sussex student Amy Clarke has won a national prize from the Royal Geographical Society for her Masters dissertation.
We were delighted to welcome over 40 former Sussex students and friends to our recent alumni receptions in Switzerland, in May 2013. Alumni...
Nearly 50 years after it came out, the revised Sussex edition of a series of architectural guides is to be published - with Falmer House on the cover.
Maurice Hutt, who died on Monday (20 May), was Emeritus Reader in History at Sussex and one of a group of academics who set up the University in 1961.