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University of Sussex campus receives green award

20 July 2017

The Sussex campus has been given national recognition for the quality of its landscaped outdoor spaces.


Media and film lecturer’s ukulele festival receives Queen’s Award for community work

20 July 2017

A community music festival managed by a Sussex academic in her spare time has received the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.


“I initially wanted to be a weather forecaster on TV – until I realised you could study climate change.”

20 July 2017

Sussex graduate Dr Melissa Lazenby, explains why studying African climate change was a very personal choice for her.


School pupils welcomed to special ‘graduation day’ at University of Sussex

20 July 2017

More than 60 school pupils donned mortarboards and gowns last weekend to celebrate their graduation from a study programme at Sussex.


“I know what the meaning of abuse is, it’s not something I read in books it’s something I feel.”

20 July 2017

Sussex graduate Hiba Nour explains how her own experience of fleeing Sudan to the UK made her want to study for a BA (Hons) in social work.


Professor John Spencer’s Lab to carry out vital skin cancer research thanks to new grant

20 July 2017

New project will enable scientists to study the role a key protein plays in the development of melanoma and other aggressive cancers.


Academics bring rational scrutiny to politics, says Yanis Varoufakis

20 July 2017

Political economist Yanis Varoufakis is receiving an honorary degree from the University of Sussex today (20 July).


Young people play a key role in Lewes’s local nature reserve

19 July 2017

Lewes's Railway Land Nature Reserve has been a place of discovery for hundreds of local school children.


"My research experience was the main thing I talked about in my job interview”

19 July 2017

James Cockett, who graduates with a BSc in Economics, spent the summer before his final year as one of the University’s Junior Research Associates.


Pangolins at ‘huge risk’ as study reveals dramatic increases in hunting across Central Africa

19 July 2017

First study of its kind shows true scale of problem facing world’s most illegally traded mammal.


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