A Sussex historian's study of the BBC World Service’s role in broadcasting behind the Iron Curtain has been shortlisted for a national prize.
Sussex Research has made 11 awards in the third round of the Research Development Fund, which received 23 bids from faculty in nine schools.
A Sussex undergraduate has won an award for his audio podcast covering recent pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
A Sussex journalism professor has played a key role in getting the UN to act against governments that do not punish people who murder journalists.
A Sussex lecturer’s film about his family’s ordeal at the hands of Chilean dictator General Pinochet has its debut screening in Brighton.
A Sussex professor’s lecture on the power of radio to influence the public is to be broadcast on BBC Radio 3 next week (26 November).
Sussex Research has awarded funds to three Sussex academics to support the development of new networks over the next year.
The BBC World Service was on the frontline of Britain's war of words with the Soviet Union during the Cold War, a book by a Sussex historian reveals.
A Sussex student who spent the academic year 2013-14 studying in Spain has won a University competition with photographs of her time abroad.
The closing date for applications to the third round of the Research Development Fund is 5pm on Monday 10 November.