Latest staff news
Professor Johan Schot, Director of SPRU, has been awarded the Leonardo da Vinci Medal by the Society for the History of Technology.
What transport improvements would you like to see at the University? An online travel survey gives you the chance to have your say.
A cancer expert at the University of Sussex has written the foreword for a new e-book that shares the stories of women affected by breast cancer.
Researchers at Sussex have joined forces with the police to investigate whether there is a connection between social media activity and hate crimes.
Papers of the late poet and artist Anna Mendelssohn will be opened up to the public at The Keep – home to the University’s Special Collections.
A new online support programme for supervisors is now available on Study Direct.
Head of Technology Enhanced Learning at Sussex, Dr David Walker, has been named in a list of top 50 social media influencers in UK higher education.
Sussex Theoretical Physics professor, Barry Garraway, recently met HRH The Duke of York at an event in Birmingham.
Sussex scientists praise one of the new Nobel Prize-winners for Chemistry who received an honorary degree from the University in 2013.
Children’s self-esteem is linked to the behaviour of who is considered the most powerful parent within the household, new Sussex research suggests.