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Sussex Research Hive

The Sussex Research Hive is the Library's designated area for researchers, open to all doctoral researchers and research staff. It provides private study areas, bookable meeting rooms and space for discussion and collaborative work.

SAGE Publications have given funding to support both the Research Hive and the Library's innovative work in engaging with the research community at Sussex. Further information is available from the University's press release.

Three Research Hive Scholars support the area, engaging with researchers at Sussex to find out what they want from their community, and planning events in response.Follow the Research Hive on Twitter and read their blog to find out about the latest events and when the Scholars are available.

Research Hive Scholars for the 2015/16 period have been appointed and they are looking forward to starting in September.

As part of their roles, the Research Hive Scholars evaluate use of the space and make recommendations for its future development. Please send any feedback about the areas to the Scholars: researchhive@sussex.ac.uk.

Hive calendar of events

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SAGE Research Hive in Sussex Library, community and work space for researchers. Like us on Facebook and visit our blog: https://t.co/A8XLK8cT29

RT @dehester: Research Fellow in Digital Humanities working with @sussexlibrary & @SussexSpeccoll Deadline 21 Aug #job #archives sussex.ac.uk/aboutus/jobs/2…

RT @PubhDBrighton: Seeking a female speaker for our event on Oct 7th! Any research topic except bioscience, any stage of PhD or post-doc :) @SussexDocSchool

RT @VivaSurvivors: Yesterday's new episode - viva-survivors.com/2015/08/episod… - joins 44 more in the archive. Aiming to hit Episode 50 by the end of October! #phdchat

RT @aimee_e27: .@PubhDBrighton is this Wednesday! Featuring biochemistry, philosophy & history: facebook.com/events/8709801… @SussexDocSchool @sussexreshive

RT @UoLGradSchool: @ukcge workshop learning about Research Hive Project #LovePG

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