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University of Sussex to award honorary degree to documentary filmmaker Olivia Lichtenstein

10 July 2014

Documentary filmmaker Olivia Lichtenstein is to receive an honorary degree from Sussex, where she completed her degree in Russian in 1975.


University of Sussex to award honorary degree to NASA scientist

10 July 2014

NASA scientist and Sussex alumna Dr Chryssa Kouveliotou, a leading authority on gamma-ray bursts, will receive an honorary degree today.


University of Sussex to award honorary degree to former National Statistician

9 July 2014

Former National Statistician Dame Jil Matheson, who will receive an honorary degree today, has retained her belief that “statistics can be fun”.


Ceremonies bring back memories 50 years on for University’s first graduates

1 July 2014

The University is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its first graduation ceremony by inviting seven of the original 38 graduates back on stage.


Obituary: Malcolm Topping

25 June 2014

Dr Malcolm Topping, retired Senior Lecturer in Chemistry, died on 16 May following a long illness.


Beach volleyball student cup

17 June 2014

The Students' Union volleyball squad's teams finished joint 5th and 2nd in the annual Beach Student Cup.


Sussex-led international study looks at the life chances of migrants

11 June 2014

A Sussex geographer is leading a major project on the vulnerability of migrants who have moved to some of the world’s most pressured cities.


Identifying with a crowd can increase crowd safety, Sussex study finds

9 June 2014

How safe do you feel in the midst of a large crowd? It depends on what you're, says Sussex study.


Fellowship boosts Sussex scientist’s brainpower research

5 June 2014

A Sussex scientist has received a prestigious fellowship for his world-class research in creating artificial brain networks.


Vision express: Professor’s new book gives quick insight into the eye

5 June 2014

Sussex Emeritus Professor Michael Land’s latest book sums up what is known – and still unknown - about our most important sensory organ.


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