Latest staff news
A biologist at Sussex has been paired with the MP for Brighton Pavilion as part of a scheme to build bridges between parliamentarians and scientists.
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).
Any staff who have not yet completed the staff survey have until 5pm today (Friday 21 November) to express their views.
Work is about to start on the final improvements to Brighton's Vogue gyratory, which many staff and students use in their journeys to and from campus.
UCU and UUK have reached an agreement to suspend industrial action in relation to the USS dispute from 20 Nov until after 15 Jan 2015.
A professor of science & technology policy at SPRU has called in a new government report for more reasoned decision-making about new technologies.
A linguistic historian has helped to produce the first-ever online dictionary of Louisiana Creole to try to save the language from extinction.
Sussex researchers have found that stingless bees will engage in suicidal biting in order to defend their colony.
Come and hear from the VC, Prof Michael Farthing, and other senior managers, about how the University is delivering the 2013-18 strategy.
The draft mid-year examination timetable has been published today (Wednesday 19 November).