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Sussex researchers win collaborative funding to work with Cultural Institutions

31 May 2016

Sussex is one of 35 institutions to receive a £50,000 grant to show the rich and varied connections between universities and their cultural partners.


“How do we think about conservation, and who is it for?”

13 May 2016

Blog post from Life Sciences PhD student, Dan Ingram, with his thoughts on the Georgina Mace SSRP inaugural lecture


Education Officers launch Academic Costs Hardship Fund

12 May 2016

The fund will help to support students who are struggling to cover costs such as printing, textbooks, dissertation binding and academic trips.


ITV search for EU students

6 May 2016

Over the next few weeks, ITV Meridian is covering the EU Referendum with a series of features looking at the views of various EU students.


4th HASCA Workshop on Activity Recognition at Ubicomp 2016

2 May 2016

The STRC will co-organise the 4th Int Workshop on Human Activity Sensing Corpus and Applications (HASCA) Workshop at Ubicomp 2016.


Four non-academic staff among winners of Student-Led Teaching Awards

12 April 2016

There has been a significant increase in the number of non-academic staff receiving Student-Led Teaching Awards in 2015-16.


Pharmacy students to learn vital cultural, communication and clinical skills on new degree course

31 March 2016

University gets the green light from the General Pharmaceutical Council to admit pharmacy students from September 2016.


How a sweaty t-shirt gives clues about human disgust reactions

22 February 2016

Psychologists at the University of Sussex have found that a person’s core disgust response is reduced if the source is within their own social group.


Three Minute Thesis (3MT) comes to Sussex

5 February 2016

The Doctoral School are challenging doctoral researchers on campus to describe their research within three minutes to a non-specialist audience.


Doctorate renews Dorothy’s determination to give a voice to Ghana’s schoolchildren

22 January 2016

Dorothy Glover, who graduates with a doctorate today, explored student participation in decision-making at Ghanaian secondary schools.


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