A celebration event on campus next week will launch an innovative scheme that benefits Sussex students from low-income backgrounds.
Emeritus Professor John Röhl has been recognised for his monumental three-volume biography of Germany's last emperor.
Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Michael Douglas and Channel 4 have pledged support for the new Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts.
Dr Sandy Grassie, who died on 17 November aged 77, was among the first few physicists who came to help start science at Sussex in 1962.
Jarod Roll, Senior Lecturer in American History, won the Southern Historical Association's H. L. Mitchell Award for his second book.
A Sussex student film, described as “a fantastic example of foreign reporting with great initiative”, has won a Guardian Student Media Award.
Alumni, stand by your telephones! This Autumn, this generation of Sussex students will try to get back in touch with 10,000 alumni.
A book by Sussex alumnus Robert Malcolmson based on the Mass Observation diaries of housewife Nella Last has been shortlisted for the Portico Prize.
The University Chaplain, Revd Canon Dr Gavin Ashenden, is leaving Sussex at the end of the autumn term – and heading off to the Channel Islands.
Psychologist Dr Peter Mayo, who was at Sussex from 1968 until his retirement in 1993, died on 6 October at the age of 80.