Latest staff news
Nearly 40 Sussex runners are set to race at a national student athletics championships in Stanmer Park tomorrow (Sat 31 Jan).
Sussex economist Prof L. Alan Winters has been appointed as a member of the senior decision-making body for the Economic and Social Research Council.
John Whitley, Emeritus Reader in American Studies, has written an appreciation of Prof Rupert Wilkinson (1936-2014), who died before Christmas.
In a letter in the Daily Telegraph on Wed (28 Jan), Sussex academics joined others in opposing legislation that would ban sex-selective abortion.
A Sussex scientist has won a medal for research into flexible electronic circuits for new technologies such as bendable phones and smart clothing.
An elephant is touring the campus and gate crashing lectures this week as part of a campaign to take the stigma out of mental health issues.
Sussex staff will explore the human brain, give a bee's eye view of the world, and demonstrate geometry with bubbles at a science festival next month.
Sussex students and staff are being invited to nominate staff to receive awards for excellence in teaching.
The director of a new art museum in China was "bewildered" but "very interested" as he was shown around the Royal Pavilion by a Sussex art historian.
The University of Sussex has been placed 12th in a new table that ranks UK universities according to their commitment to global health research.