The annual Sussex Centre for the Study of Corruption (SCSC) conference is becoming a key part of the anti-corruption landscape.
The School of Law, Politics and Sociology has completed its move to the newly refurbished Freeman Building over the summer.
The social media team at Sussex would like to recruit more social media ambassadors for the coming academic year.
The School of Law, Politics and Sociology (LPS) has been recognised for its progress in advancing gender equality in the social sciences.
Prof Stephen Shute, Head of the School of Law, Politics and Sociology, has been appointed to the Arts and Humanities Research Council Advisory Board
Free movement of people is central to the European project and there is little that governments can do to stop the waves of migrants, argues James...
Over 85% of Sussex students are happy with their experience at the University, according to the results of this years National Student Survey.
Four Sussex students press the famous ‘University Challenge’ buzzers in a programme set to be screened on BBC Two at 8pm on Monday (18 August).
The Brighton Grand Challenge is looking for ambitious entrepreneurs whose viable business concepts can help to address humanity's biggest problems.
Sussex is one of 12 UK universities to join The Conversation,a topical analysis, comment and research news website.