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Pilot survey for taught postgraduates now open at Sussex

14 May 2019

A new survey being run by the Office for Students (OfS) is open to taught postgraduates at Sussex.

Final call to complete data protection e-learning training

10 May 2019

Staff who do not complete GDPR e-learning by the 31 July deadline will be subject to a series of measures including the suspension of IT privileges.

Sussex recognised as Centre for Excellence in Outreach and Widening Access to Art History

3 May 2019

Sussex has been named as one of two Centres of Excellence in Outreach and Widening Access to Art History.

University of Sussex ranked 32nd in UK

2 May 2019

The University of Sussex has been ranked 32nd in the UK and fifth in the South East, according to a new university guide.

New book explores subversive history of the music video - and how it can be a force for social change

24 April 2019

A Teaching Fellow at Sussex has written a book exploring the subversive history of one of the most widely consumed art forms of our age.

Sussex research helps show how technology behind the V&A's Cast Courts underpins the modern world

16 April 2019

Sussex research has proven fundamental to the recently restored Cast Courts at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.

Asian Dub Foundation's exclusive performance as part of Sussex professor's exhibition

4 April 2019

As part of his exhibition in Paris, a University of Sussex professor has helped facilitate an exclusive performance by the Asian Dub Foundation.

New workshops from Technology Enhanced Learning

28 March 2019

Technology Enhanced Learning presents a range of exciting new innovative workshops for April / May.

SussexFood takes a trip to the New Forest to plant trees thanks to customer purchases

22 March 2019

On 20 March SussexFood, partnered with Mug For Life, ventured to the New Forest to plant trees in the name of sustainability.

This Sussex Life: “Isolation and loneliness are among the big issues that Citizens UK could address”

22 March 2019

Aisling Murray is USSU's Society & Citizenship Officer and is also a member of the newly founded Brighton and Hove chapter of Citizens UK.

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