Latest staff news
Current and former students and staff of the University have flocked to Twitter to pay tribute to Lord (Richard) Attenborough.
The University of Sussex has appointed one of the UK’s most eminent practitioner-scholars, Ivor Gaber, as its first-ever Professor of Journalism.
Brighton & Hove Buses have announced that they are extending bus route number 50 to the University campus.
The Vice-Chancellor has paid personal tribute to Lord Attenborough, the University’s former Chancellor, who has died at the age of 90.
Lord Attenborough, who died yesterday (24 August) at the age of 90, was one of the University's most ardent and committed supporters for four decades.
Prof Stephen Shute, Head of the School of Law, Politics and Sociology, has been appointed to the Arts and Humanities Research Council Advisory Board
Ray Howard, who died on 11 August at the age of 86, was the University’s first and longest serving Finance Officer (Finance Director).
Computer scientists are supporting the development of an app that will help smartphone users to find out what's happening at the end of their street.
Sussex students past and present took to social media to praise the 2014 ‘University Challenge’ team, who scored 150 points in the TV quiz show.
The number of new students at Sussex for 2014-15 is set to be up on last year, with the percentage increase double that of the national average.