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HAHP post doctoral student awarded prestigious bursary

2 July 2018

Abigail Rieley, a second-year part-time doctoral student at HAHP has been awarded a prestigious postgraduate bursary by the British Association of...

Compelling and innovative study of Black Power receives nomination for prestigious first book prize

8 June 2018

American History lecturer Dr Tom Davies has been shortlisted for the prestigious 2018 Gladstone Prize.

University of Sussex staff recognised in Student Led Teaching Awards (SLTAs)

30 May 2018

48 members of the University of Sussex were awarded Student Led Teaching Awards (SLTAs) at the Annual Teaching and Learning Conference on 15 May.

Come and get involved with the Language Cafe next year

23 May 2018

Language Cafe is a great way of making friends and building skills.

Sign up to the Buddy Scheme, and make the difference to another student

18 May 2018

In September, a whole new load of students will be coming to Sussex. Help them settle in and boost your skills!

Keep a one-day diary for Mass Observation on 12 May

3 May 2018

On 12 May the Mass Observation Archive will be repeating its annual call for day diaries, capturing the everyday lives of people across the UK.

Printmaking day at local studio brings history module to life for students

25 April 2018

Second-year history undergraduates took a step back in time to discover the art of printmaking.

‘You’re fired!’: Why we shouldn’t be surprised at the tumult at the heart of Trump’s ‘Apprentice’ presidency

19 March 2018

A series of high-profile White House sackings indicates Donald Trump is modelling his presidency on his successful turn in 'The Apprentice'.

Book Market launches for students to buy and sell books

1 March 2018

The Students’ Union has launched a brand new Book Market. Buy and sell your books at

Holocaust Memorial Day to be marked at Sussex

26 January 2018

An event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day is testament to the University’s commitment to ensuring mistakes of the past are never repeated or forgotten.

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