Latest staff news
University of Sussex staff and students will lead a clean-up of a major road in central Brighton tomorrow (Wednesday 29 June 2016).
Dr Shova Thapa Karki and Dr Mirela Xheneti from Business & Management have won an award for the best paper at a major international conference.
Staff are invited to an open Q&A session on Tuesday (28 June) to discuss the implications of the EU referendum result for the University.
PhD music researcher Daniel Hignell-Tully discovers how to engage Saturday-night revellers in Brighton.
Kazakh teacher educator, Viktor Sossin, has earned ‘Distinctions’ for his Postgraduate Diploma and Masters awards, and for his MA dissertation.
Professor Michael Farthing, Vice-Chancellor, provides important information on the EU Referendum result.
Acclaimed anti-war tragedy performed by Syrian refugees comes to the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts on 13 and 14 July, 2016.
A series of specially commissioned portraits that reveal the personal motivations of female academics at Sussex is on show at the Attenborough Centre.
An online network that helped teams work together during the Ebola outbreak has been awarded the ESRC's Outstanding International Impact prize.
Prof Les Allen, who died earlier this month, was a pioneer of laser physics and an internationally renowned expert on the properties of laser light.