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Cameron can’t afford to call Merkel’s bluff on EU migration

12 November 2014

As David Cameron tries to push Angela Merkel for concessions on the issue of immigration, Professor of Politics Dan Hough discusses the...


Berlin Wall: 25 years after its fall, Germany is a curious mix of success and struggle

11 November 2014

Politics Professor Dan Hough discusses the affect of the fall of the Berlin Wall on Germany in this piece for The Conversation:  Berlin Wall:...


Sussex Centre for the Study of Corruption welcomes South Korean visitors for 4 day development course

10 November 2014

The Sussex Centre for the Study of Corruption has welcomed six members of the South Korean Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission to the...


Sociology Professor Gerard Delanty has obtained funding from the Horizon 2020 programme

10 November 2014

Sociology Professor Gerard Delanty has obtained funding from the Horizon 2020 programme within the call Reflective Society 2012 for a two year...


Senior Lecturer in Sociology Dr Alison Phipps talks 'Lad Culture' on Radio 4

10 November 2014

Dr Alison Phipps, Director of the Centre for Gender Studies at the University of Sussex, explores the rise of 'lad culture' in Higher Education and...


Politics PhD student awarded prestigious scholarship

10 November 2014

Helen Keighley, a second year Politics PhD student, has been awarded a highly prestigious scholarship. The scholarship, awarded by the Universities...


Don't Rent Yet campaign reminds students not to panic about housing

7 November 2014

The Students' Union's second annual Don't Rent Yet campaign reminds students they shouldn't feel pressured into renting accommodation for 2014-15.


What industrial action means for Sussex students

3 November 2014

The University will do its best to keep to a minimum the impact on students of an assessment and marking boycott by UCU members.
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MA Corruption and Governance student research submitted to House of Commons committee

3 November 2014

Research conducted by two students on the MA in Corruption and Governance formed a key part of a submission to a House of Commons Committee.


Staff survey coming next week

31 October 2014

An independent staff survey launching next week will provide a picture of staff opinion to help the University plan for the future.


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