The School of Engineering and Informatics announces the launch of the new Year in Computing, which will accept its first intake in September 2017.
Asa Briggs, who died on 15 March at the age of 94, was a key figure in the creation and development of the University of Sussex.
On behalf of the family of Asa Briggs, it is with huge sadness that the University announces he died at home today in Lewes at the age of 94.
Sussex alumni will return to campus to offer current students valuable insight into a range of career paths during Make it Happen fortnight.
18th-century poor and criminal Londoners helped to shape the evolution of justice and welfare systems, say two historians from Sussex and Sheffield.
Sussex Research has made eleven awards in the fifth round of the Research Development Fund.
Next Wednesday (4 November) over 130 different organisations will be gracing the AMEX stadium for Careers Fair 2015.
French singer Laetitia Sadier, best known as the frontwoman of the alternative band Stereolab, will talk and perform on campus next month.
The Chinese city of Tianjin was not very well known to Western audiences until two massive explosions took place in the city’s port.
Prof Mariana Mazzucato was invited as a panelist at a US Senate Forum on middle-class prosperity.