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Sussex ecologist’s rainforest development work recognised by UN

10 December 2015

The work of Senior Lecturer in Ecology, Dr Alan Stewart, has this week been endorsed by the UN as part of the Climate Change Conference in Paris.


Late submission penalties for assessments due Tuesday 8 December 2015

9 December 2015

Adjustments are being made to late submission penalties in recognition of the IT problems experienced on Tuesday 8 December.


Sussex seeks archivist to catalogue Lord Attenborough’s unseen film and theatre treasures

9 December 2015

The University is recruiting an Archive Research Assistant to catalogue the personal archive of Lord (Richard) Attenborough, former Chancellor.


University responds to impact of IT problems on teaching and assessment

8 December 2015

The Deputy Vice-Chancellor has apologised for the disruption to teaching and assessment caused by two IT problems, one national and one local.


Problems today with internet access

8 December 2015

Problems with internet access today are thought to be linked to continuing hacking attacks on the UK's academic network.


Sussex psychology professor receives Leverhulme Fellowship to write biography

7 December 2015

Professor of Social Psychology, Rupert Brown, has received a Major Research Fellowship to write a biography of social psychologist, Henri Tajfel.


First student exchange agreement signed with Chinese university

4 December 2015

The University has signed its first ever agreement to allow students to spend a year abroad in mainland China.


Who should receive an honorary degree?

4 December 2015

Staff are being asked for their help in providing new honorary degree nominations for the summer 2016 and winter 2017 graduation ceremonies.


Diseased campus elm trees to be felled

3 December 2015

Two mature elm trees on campus have to be felled because they are riddled with Dutch elm disease.


Use of mastectomy for breast-cancer patients varies, says BSMS oncologist

2 December 2015

There are very wide variations in the proportion of breast-cancer patients treated by mastectomy, says an expert on surgical oncology from BSMS.


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