Canvas Access workshop

Friday 21 September from 14:00 until 15:00
Pevensey 1B5
Canvas workshops

TEL will be running an advanced Canvas session called Canvas: Assess which will look at the built in assessment tools within Canvas.


Saturday 6 October from 8:00 until 20:00
Sussex Innovation Centre

Female friendly hackathon for Brighton Digital Festival in honour of Ada Lovelace Day (9th October).

Startup Sussex and Social Impact Prize Launch Event 2018

Tuesday 9 October from 16:30 until 17:30
Careers & Employability Centre

Whether you’ve got an idea you want to make happen, or want to learn about developing business concepts, StartUp Sussex is the programme for you.

Startup Sussex and the Social Impact Prize Launch

Tuesday 9 October from 16:30 until 17:30
Careers & Employability Centre, Seminar Room inside the Library

StartUp Sussex/Social Impact Prize is an annual competition for enterprising Sussex students and recent graduates (graduating up to 3 years ago).

Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur Scheme - Launch Event

Tuesday 9 October from 18:00 until 19:00
Careers and Employability Centre in the Library
Simon Chuter, Innovation Advisor

For international students with a business idea who want to put it into practice in the UK and require a visa to do this after graduation.

Postgraduate placements: Training for staff

Wednesday 10 October from 10:00 until 12:00
Careers and Employability Centre Seminar Rooms, The Library

This training is for academic and professional services staff who would like to know more about postgraduate placements to support students.

Careers Fair 2018

Wednesday 7 November from 11:00 until 15:00
American Express Community Stadium, Falmer, Brighton

Meet a wide range of organisations, all in one place. Graduate jobs, placements, volunteering, and more! There's something for everyone.

The mathematics of epidemics on networks: taming complexity

Tuesday 13 November from 18:00 until 19:00
Chowen Lecture Theatre, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, University of Sussex BN1 9PX
Professorial Lecture
Istvan Kiss, Professor of Applied Mathematics, School of Mathematics and Physical Sciences

How do infectious diseases spread? How can mathematical models help?