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New photos give sneak preview of refurbished Attenborough Centre

4 August 2015

New photos released today give a sneak preview of the refurbished Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts on campus.

Who should receive an honorary degree?

30 July 2015

Sussex staff are being asked for their help in providing a new tranche of honorary degree nominations for winter and summer 2016 graduation.

Sussex bee experts help Brighton park to win national award

30 July 2015

The University’s involvement in a bee-friendly flower bed has contributed to national recognition for a central-Brighton park.
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University welcomes approval of Masterplan proposal

30 July 2015

The University of Sussex’s campus Masterplan has been given the go-ahead after the proposal’s original rejection by Brighton & Hove City Council.

Start-up firms lose faith in London after just 12 months, says SInC research

30 July 2015

Start-ups fall out of love with London after 12 months, says research from Sussex Innovation Croydon, the University's business incubation network.

Centre for Gender Studies backs campaign to decriminalise the sex industry

29 July 2015

The multidisciplinary Centre for Gender Studies at Sussex backs sex workers' demands for safety from violence and exploitation.

Engineering and Informatics aim for a lean, mean admin machine

24 July 2015

Staff in the Eng/Inf School Office hope to become an example of administrative best practice, reduce waste and optimize productivity.

Year 12 teenagers “graduate” following nine months of university education

23 July 2015

AS level students from Sussex and London received university tuition to boost their aspirations for A level and beyond.

Participants needed for BSMS research on whiplash

23 July 2015

Researchers at Brighton and Sussex Medical School are seeking participants to take part in a study investigating why whiplash can cause chronic pain.

Sussex to bring theatre, spoken word and Channel 4 news anchor to festival

21 July 2015

Sussex’s School of Global Studies will be bringing theatre, spoken word and a Channel 4 news anchor to the WOMAD festival this week (23-26 July).

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