Latest staff news
The campus Security team have been recognised for their co-ordinated response to a challenging emergency situation earlier this year.
Peter Dolton, Professor of Economics, has been elected to the Academy of Europe.
This year's challenge is the Walk of Life – 1 million footsteps, in aid of the RockingHorse Appeal
Highly sensitive sensors have been used to map the electrical activity of the developing heart in embryos, in a Sussex study published today.
Work begins this week to replace the windows in Chichester I, the location of the School of Engineering and Informatics.
A Sussex researcher is among 1,300 scientists, working on five neutrino experiments, to be awarded the $3m Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics.
A Lecturer in Economics at Sussex, Dr Iftikhar Hussain, has been appointed to a new expert panel advising Ofsted on their inspection methodology.
A University of Sussex-led study on how local communities can tackle fuel poverty will be discussed at a public debate in Brighton next week.
A recital offered the first opportunity for students and staff to hear the iconic Meeting House organ being played after a major refurbishment.
One of the UK’s foremost investigative journalists, Dr Paul Lashmar, has joined the University of Sussex to lead its growing journalism team.