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Sussex soars in the Guardian’s university rankings

26 May 2015

A rise of 24 places in the Guardian University Guide 2016, published today, puts Sussex among the UK’s top 20 universities.


International Summer School recruits well for 2015

26 May 2015

The University’s annual International Summer School has again recruited well. Now in its 17th year, in summer 2015 the ISS will have 564 students.


Sussex economist to write innovation policy report for Brazilian government

22 May 2015

Sussex economist Professor Mariana Mazzucato has been commissioned by the Brazilian government to write a report on Brazil’s innovation policy.


Students make action movie with elderly actors

21 May 2015

The hazards of being elderly are given an edgy and comic twist in a short film made by University of Sussex media practice students.


Sussex experimental psychologist honoured by scholarly society

20 May 2015

An experimental psychologist at Sussex is to receive a prestigious award from the International Behavioral and Neural Genetics Society (IBANGS).


Sussex American football coach picks up tips in America

20 May 2015

The head coach of the American football club at Sussex wanted to learn more about the sport - so he crossed the pond to the University of Arkansas.


Creative Director appointed for the Attenborough Centre

18 May 2015

Laura McDermott, Joint Artistic Director of Birmingham's Fierce Festival, is to be Creative Director of the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts.


Sussex students celebrate success in leadership programme

15 May 2015

Senior academics and alumni gathered this week to celebrate the success of 30 Sussex students in completing the Learning to Lead programme.


Entrepreneurship thrives when local wages are high, Sussex study shows

15 May 2015

Attempts by successive governments to boost entrepreneurship in areas with low rates of self-employment have largely failed, according to a new study.
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Children’s views should shape how research is conducted, says ethics body

14 May 2015

Children’s views should influence research on children’s health, say a group led by an academic at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS).


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