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Career prospects rise again for University of Sussex students

16 May 2017

Sussex is the third most successful UK university in terms of students' career prospects, show results in the Guardian University Guide 2018.


Former Sussex Vice-Chancellor honoured with top geographical prize

16 May 2017

The Queen has approved the award of one of the highest honours of its kind in the world to Professor Sir Gordon Conway, former Sussex Vice-Chancellor.


University of Sussex exploring partnership opportunities with local businesses

16 May 2017

Sussex’s V-C and members of Brighton’s Chamber of Commerce have been exploring how the University can build on its partnerships and forge new ones.


University of Sussex appoints new estates director to oversee £500m campus masterplan

16 May 2017

The University of Sussex has appointed a new Director of Estates and Facilities Management to oversee a £500-million redevelopment of its campus.


University of Sussex flies the flag for Brighton Pride

10 May 2017

A rainbow flag is flying on the Sussex campus this week to mark the fact that the University is a partner of Brighton & Hove Pride festival.


African lions under same threats as extinct sabre-toothed tigers faced

10 May 2017

A new study has assessed whether Ice Age extinction trends could be applied to populations of big cat species now.


Staff opportunity for mindfulness training

10 May 2017

A research project that offers University of Sussex students mindfulness training has now been extended to University staff.


Friendships help kids make the move to secondary school

8 May 2017

Children who undertake more social activities may cope better with the transition from primary school to secondary school, Sussex research shows.


Shape-changing fog screen invented

5 May 2017

A shape-changing fog screen has been developed at the University of Sussex.


General election result could be victim of extreme spin by politicians, warns media expert

5 May 2017

Ivor Gaber says the UK has an increasing problem with ‘extreme spin’, and that the result of the general election could be influenced as a result.


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