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Nominations are invited for the Professional Services staff position on Council

2 June 2020

Council is the governing body of the University and its membership includes independent, staff and student members.


Sussex Energy Group launches trio of Horizon 2020 projects

2 June 2020

Find out more about SPRU's latest EU-funded energy projects.


Sussex awarded University of Sanctuary status

1 June 2020

The University of Sussex has been awarded the title of University of Sanctuary, in recognition of its efforts to welcome and support forced migrants.


When one pixel is enough: ‘single pixel’ vision in fish could help scientists understand how humans see tiny detail

29 May 2020

Recently discovered ‘single-pixel vision’ in fish could help researchers understand how humans are able to spot details like stars in the sky.


Covid-19 impact and Doctoral Researchers

29 May 2020

Pro Vice-Chancellor Stephen Shute wrote to all PGRs with an update in light of the Covid-19 situation and an invitation to join a PGR Open Forum.


Join a webinar to find out more about the Voluntary Severance Scheme

29 May 2020

Staff will be able to find out more about the University’s Voluntary Severance (VS) Scheme at a series of webinars starting next week.


BSMS hosts online series for aspiring medics

29 May 2020

With the COVID-19 lockdown measures in place the team have been running the series online using Zoom since May.


Research laboratories prepare for partial reopening

29 May 2020

Health and safety measures and guidance have been put in place so that some research laboratories on campus can re-open today and early next week.


Kelly Coate's student message: confirms new academic year and plans for welcoming students back to Sussex

29 May 2020

Today (29 May), PVC Education and Students, Kelly Coate wrote to all students


Policymakers must resist knee-jerk changes to supply chains and global trade policy in the wake of Covid-19

29 May 2020

Policymakers should resist the urge to make knee-jerk and wholesale changes to supply chains and global trade policy in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic.


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