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Complete a travel survey for the chance to win a cash prize

12 October 2015

What transport improvements would you like to see at the University? An online travel survey gives you the chance to have your say.
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Nestlé procurement expert inspires Masters students with guest speech

8 October 2015

Ana Maria Velica, Head of Commercial Procurement at Nestlé, visited the School of Business, Management and Economics in October 2015 to share...


MSc in Human Resource Management receives CIPD accreditation

8 October 2015

The Department of Business and Management's new MSc in Human Resource Management has now received accreditation from the Chartered Institute of...


Department of Business and Management appoints new Professor of Marketing

2 October 2015

The Department of Business and Management is delighted to announce the appointment of our new Professor of Marketing, Chris Storey. Professor...


Department of Economics welcomes new academics

29 September 2015

Five new members of faculty have joined the Department of Economics for the beginning of the 2015/16 academic year. The new appointments are: Dr...


SPRU economist to advise new Labour leadership

29 September 2015

Prof Mariana Mazzucato appointed to a new Economic Advisory Committee to advise the Labour party on economic policy.


Sussex economist to advise new Labour leadership

29 September 2015

Sussex economist Prof Mariana Mazzucato is among seven experts selected by Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn to advise the party on economic policy.


Change in name to Exceptional Circumstances from Mitigating Evidence

28 September 2015

New improvements have been agreed to the system previously known as Mitigating Evidence (MEC), including a name change to ‘Exceptional Circumstances’.


Faculty boosting micro businesses at Labour Party Conference

28 September 2015

Two members of faculty are devising policy recommendations to give micro businesses and freelancers a boost at the Labour Party Conference.


New paper evaluates effectiveness of treatment developed by NGOs for tropical elephantiasis

24 September 2015

Andy McKay (Professor of Development Economics) has co-authored a new paper testing the hypothesis that community-based treatement of podoconiosis...


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