The murder of her beloved husband in Northern Nigeria prompted Ngozi Adeleye, who graduates today (22 January), to completely change her life.
The Research Opportunities Fund is designed to provide funds for faculty to stimulate new interdisciplinary ideas, themes and synergies.
The murder of her husband in Northern Nigeria prompted Ngozi Adeleye, who graduates on Thursday afternoon (22 January), to completely change her life.
University of Sussex alumni Keith Skeoch, chief executive of Standard Life Investments, will receive an honorary doctorate on Thursday (22 January).
A former business student at the University of Sussex appeared in the final of the latest series of ‘The Apprentice’ last month.
The 2015 National Student Survey (NSS) is now live for Sussex students who are in the final year of their degree.
Dr Sanchari Roy, Lecturer in Economics, has had a new paper published in the Journal of Development Economics titled Empowering Women?...
Nine out of 10 Sussex students and staff are satisfied with the University’s Library, new survey results show.
A New Issue is Out! Read our Internal Migration Eye - IMigE - Volume 1 Issue 3 - Dec 2014
A Sussex student has won a £2,000 bursary towards the launch of a business that will link UK university sports societies with overseas sports camps.