Professor Tony Binns, who taught for many years in geography at Sussex, has won the 'Distinguished New Zealand Geographer' medal.
Sussex Centre for Conflict and Security Research policy brief: 'Ending Colombia’s Internal Conflict: Prospects for Peace with the FARC and Beyond’
Global Studies staff have been paying tribute to Dr Lisa Smirl, who died last week aged 37, after a lengthy battle with cancer.
Professor Peter Newell discusses future action for the global environment following the Rio+20 summit with Professor Alan Lester.
The annual ‘Make it happen!’ careers fortnight on campus is set to be the biggest yet, featuring nearly 40 speakers at six themed events.
Students planning to go to university in 2014 can find out about studying at Sussex in the new undergraduate prospectus, published this week.
Research at Sussex highlights new patterns of variability in river flow over periods of a decade or more. This makes planning for the future under...
The University of Sussex is joining forces with graduate internship experts Step to help get students off to a flying start in their careers.
University of Sussex geographers have been involved in a short film about an academic project to observe one of the most extreme climates on Earth.
Sussex researcher highlights how Israel gets Palestinian approval for settlement infrastructure in West Bank
Israel has been forcing the Palestinian Authority to approve water infrastructure for illegal settlements, according to research by a Sussex academic.