The University is on track to meet its target that, from 2014-15, first-year undergraduates will submit text-based coursework electronically.
Legally binding contracts may help garment workers more than corporate self-regulation, say a group of scholars who met at Sussex last week.
The University is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its first graduation ceremony by inviting seven of the original 38 graduates back on stage.
This year’s Sussex finalists have achieved “record results and now have a fantastic opportunity for further study,” says Professor Clare Mackie.
The QSHE Team have moved from the Hastings Building, and are now located on the 4th floor of Bramber House.
The Centre for Advanced International Theory is pleased to announce the winner of the 2014 Sussex International Theory Prize.
Experts from across Europe have emphasised the need to consider the implications of a new form of prenatal screening for genetic conditions.
28 members of staff have been declared the winners of the first student-led Teaching Awards, which celebrate the best teaching and support at Sussex.
A Sussex undergraduate is flying to India this month to help improve the lives of some of the world’s most impoverished people.
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.