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New TEL staff development opportunities in February and March

12 February 2019

How to provide immersive, accessible and innovative learning and assessment experiences for your students: new staff development opportunities.


Book launch at British Academy Rising Stars event

23 January 2019

Lecturer in Early Modern History, Dr Laura Kounine launched her new book 'Imagining the Witch: Emotions, Gender, and Selfhood in Early Modern Germany'


Commit to Get Far takes staff across Britain's iconic trails this January

19 December 2018

From 14-23 January 2019 Commit to Get Far is back! The new virtual journey will take staff across Britain’s most iconic point-to-point trails.


64 new Students' Union societies have started since September!

18 December 2018

There is now a total of 64 new SU societies at Sussex, an amazing array of groups spanning academic, fundraising, special interest, cultural and more.


President Trump is forcing academics to rethink the definition of corruption, according to political expert

10 December 2018

President Donald Trump is causing corruption analysts to rethink the very definition of corruption due to his bending rather than breaking of the law.


Prize for Sussex lecturer as book is voted best in its field

29 November 2018

A prize recognising the best book in the field of US government and politics has been awarded to a Senior Lecturer at the University of Sussex.


Trump hung over midterms like a 'monster' while Republicans appeared 'ill at ease'

15 November 2018

The President of the US dominated the recent midterm elections, looming over them like a ‘monster’ according to experts at the University of Sussex.


Trump Watch podcast returns for a new season

1 November 2018

The impact of The Donald's presidency on corruption, the Middle East, art and fake news will be up for discussion in the podcast series.


SMaRteN-ing up about student mental health: U-DOC invited to the research network pre-launch event

7 September 2018

Dr Clio Berry, co-research lead for Understanding the Mental Health of Doctoral Researchers (U-DOC) at Sussex, attended a SMaRteN pre-launch event.


Trump’s nation state foreign policy risks taking the world back a century to pre-World War powder keg

10 August 2018

Donald Trump is marching global politics back more than a century to the tinder-box tensions that ultimately led to two world wars, historian warns.


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