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The University of Sussex Baby Lab has helped theatre company Flying Eye to create a magical Brighton Festival show for babies and toddlers.
Staff gained an insight into the history and geography of the University last Friday (1 May) as they were led on a guided walk of the campus boundary.
The QS University World Rankings, published on Wednesday (29 April), have placed Sussex number one in the world for development studies.
Two schools - Engineering and Informatics and BSMS - have been recognised for their progress in advancing gender equality with an Athena SWAN award.
Marion Coutts, who will be speaking at an upcoming BSMS debate at the Brighton Festival, has won the Wellcome Book Prize for her memoir The Iceberg.
A new agreement signed this week will protect the University’s unique 1960s listed buildings and streamline the planning process.
Friends at Sussex, former colleagues and students, and others in Brighton have been paying tribute to Prof Alan Cawson, who died last week.
The proportion of Sussex students who work in graduate-level jobs or study within six months of finishing their degree has soared to 85 per cent.
The Brighton Festival is offering Sussex staff and students discounted tickets for some of the shows during the Festival, which runs from 2-24 May.