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Brexit: Universities UK launch #brightestminds campaign to support vital research in the UK

5 December 2017

VC voices support for Universities UK campaign to raise awareness of need to provide long-term clarity for EU researchers from Brexit negotiations.


Sussex sustainability champions plant 20 new trees for National Tree Week

5 December 2017

The volunteers planted an assortment of baby trees on a patch of grass near the foot-tunnel to Falmer station.


University of Sussex journalism professor elected to press freedom body at UNESCO

5 December 2017

Ivor Gaber, Professor of Political Journalism at the University of Sussex, has been re-elected to represent the UK on press freedom body at UNESCO.


University and Santander sign new three-year agreement

1 December 2017

A new three-year agreement between the University and Santander bank will provide funding and support for many Sussex students over the coming years.


Sussex highlights student mental health at Parliamentary reception

30 November 2017

Government ministers, MPs and peers join staff and students to hear about University’s work on improving young people’s mental health.


Sussex appoints Mace as construction partner for new Science facility

30 November 2017

Following a competitive tender process, the University has selected the preferred partner to undertake the construction of a new Life Sciences estate.


Sussex student’s poem set to music by Glyndebourne and sung by local school children in festive concerts

28 November 2017

University of Sussex English Literature student's poem set to music by composers at Glyndebourne and sung by local school choirs in the Big Sing 2017.


Local sixth form pupils explore University’s unique archives

28 November 2017

The visit gave sixth formers from five schools a chance to visit the campus as well as to gain an insight into American Studies as a degree subject.


Trump unpicks Obama legacy because he lacks ability to forge his own

28 November 2017

Donald Trump is setting out on a personal mission to unpick Barack Obama’s legacy because he lacks the vision and political skill to forge his own.


Universities and Science Minister opens £11-million Future Technologies Labs at University of Sussex

27 November 2017

New £11-million facility opened at the University of Sussex for teaching future workers about robotics and other rapidly developing technologies.


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