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Seven of the University of Sussex’s first graduates from 1964 will be joining in with this year’s graduation celebrations
At this week's graduation, students will be formally presented with their degrees by members of the academic staff from their individual schools.
A psychology student who is carrying out research into tinnitus first became interested in hearing loss after working at a special needs school.
Gillian Hampden-Thompson from the University of York is to join the Department of Education at Sussex to lead the CTLR research centre.
Sussex Research is launching a new scheme called the Research Opportunities Fund.
Following consultation with staff and students, Senate has approved proposals for minor changes to the structure of the academic year from 2015-16.
The University is on track to meet its target that, from 2014-15, first-year undergraduates will submit text-based coursework electronically.
A record number of Sussex students are spending the summer in Asia, benefitting from scholarships awarded by the University.
Official figures show that 96% of University of Sussex 2013 graduates were in work or full-time study six months after graduation.
Legally binding contracts may help garment workers more than corporate self-regulation, say a group of scholars who met at Sussex last week.