A digital repatriation of India’s botanical heritage takes a step forward with two exhibitions curated by a Sussex historian.
Natalie Binz, who graduates this afternoon with a first in History, shows that dyslexia and dyspraxia need not be a hindrance to academic success.
Sussex historian Tim Hitchcock and the Sussex Humanities Lab will feature on a BBC Four documentary about “big data” on 20th July at 9.00pm
Feedback from a Sussex historian on the study of his new book by a group of Year 12 students will help them as they work towards a university place.
A new PhD scholarship at Sussex commemorates the life and works of “a great humanitarian” who was widely known in the Jewish community.
There has been a significant increase in the number of non-academic staff receiving Student-Led Teaching Awards in 2015-16.
Former students passed on careers advice to a record number of students during Make it Happen fortnight in February and March.
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.