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African adventure started with a click

10 July 2014

Stevie Greenleaf, who graduates today in International Development, has been signed up by Bono’s anti-poverty campaign to act as a youth ambassador.


Prize in Parliament paved way for physics PhD

10 July 2014

A prize in Parliament for the best undergraduate research project has led to a PhD in physics at Oxford for Talitha Bromwich, who graduates today.


New project will record a digital day in the life of modern childhood

9 July 2014

A new digital archive of children’s lives, using the material they themselves have produced, is being created by Sussex researchers.


Scholarship students spend the summer in the lab

9 July 2014

Talented undergraduates are spending the summer in the lab, thanks to a Wellcome Trust grant for five Biomedical Vacation Scholarships.


Computer Science student cracked smartphone ransomware in his final year

8 July 2014

An ingenious student who graduates today (8 July) created a stir in the tech world before he’d even finished his BSc in Computer Science at Sussex.


First-class engineering student takes expertise to Formula 1

8 July 2014

Tim Johnson, who graduates today with a first class MEng in Automotive Engineering, has secured a job at a prestigious engineering consultancy.


Triumphs past and present to be celebrated at graduation

7 July 2014

Seven of the University of Sussex’s first graduates from 1964 will be joining in with this year’s graduation celebrations


Academic staff to present degrees at graduation ceremonies

7 July 2014

At this week's graduation, students will be formally presented with their degrees by members of the academic staff from their individual schools.


Sussex psychology undergraduate wins charity grant for research on tinnitus

7 July 2014

A psychology student who is carrying out research into tinnitus first became interested in hearing loss after working at a special needs school.


Senate approves proposals for minor changes to the structure of the academic year

4 July 2014

Following consultation with staff and students, Senate has approved proposals for minor changes to the structure of the academic year from 2015-16.
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