Latest staff news
A Sussex academic has won a national award for her latest book, which rethinks film aesthetics and sexual politics in international cinema.
More students than ever are studying at Sussex: the total student population exceeds 13,000 for the first time in the University’s history.
Sussex doctoral student Micheál O’Connell plays with scientific and engineering mathematical principles for a new solo art exhibition in Cork.
Is there life after the Eurocrisis? That’s one key question at a conference to mark the 20th anniversary of the Sussex European Institute.
Dr Kathy Romer seeks answers to why the Universe is ripping itself apart.
Male students are less likely than women to seek help from university support services, according to research by Sussex sociologist Dr Ruth Woodfield.
Cynthia Weber, Professor of International Relations, looks at the legacy of Occupy Wall Street in a series of films launched on the first anniversary.
Statistician John Bather, who worked at Sussex from 1967-2003, died on Fri (7 Sep). His wife June had died unexpectedly only seven days before him.
A Sussex neuroscientist has come up with a radical new approach in the pursuit of our understanding of consciousness.
Staff are eligible to buy NUS Extra cards to gain access to student discounts