A businessman and a food psychology expert have been selected as judges for SussexFood’s entrepreneurial competition.
Law lecturer Mary Lee has been shortlisted for the award of ‘LawCareers.Net Law Lecturer of the Year’.
Professor Stephen Shute visited Bangkok and Beijing to strengthen LPS connections with Mahidol Univeristy and Renim University of China.
A record number students and recent graduates have attended a series of careers events organised jointly by CEC and DARO as part of Make it Happen.
Campus is a hive of activity this week as students and staff celebrate One World Week.
To enter, students are being asked to call upon their entrepreneurial spirit, conceive a food-related business idea and submit it online.
One World Week offers a series of events and activities celebrating the international outlook and cultural diversity of the campus community.
Four students will be joining SussexFood on stage at a live cooking event on Monday to share their dishes with a hungry One World Week audience.
As part of the Students' Union's campaign to improve student housing in the private rented sector tell them about your landlord or letting agent
Alison Phipps has published a new book entitled ‘The Politics of the Body: Gender in a Neoliberal and Neoconservative Age’.