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One World Week offers a series of events and activities celebrating the international outlook and cultural diversity of the campus community.
On International Women’s Day, Global Studies and IDS are launching a new learning resource on gender, women’s empowerment and development.
A new childcare centre on campus has been declared officially open by two of the children who are enjoying its state-of-the art facilities.
Four students will be joining SussexFood on stage at a live cooking event on Monday to share their dishes with a hungry One World Week audience.
Sussex student Holly Jennings can do the maths and the jokes, which is probably why she is appearing with comedian Dara O’Briain in a new TV comedy.
University of Sussex activity is estimated to have led to £600 million in expenditure in the UK economy in 2012-13, says a new report.
Findings from research involving more than 100 Sussex students in a simulated mass incident could help save lives in the event of a genuine emergency.
The University is inviting bids from academic staff to a new fund aimed at fostering international partnerships.
After over 12 years in service, the operating system Windows XP will no longer be supported by Microsoft from 8 April 2014.
The Association for Mathematics of Language (SIGMOL) inaugural S.Y. Kuroda Prize has been awarded to Sussex computer science Professor David Weir.