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As part of the Vice-Chancellor’s emphasis on ensuring the Sussex community is heard, you will have the opportunity to pose your questions directly.
BSMS is using 3D printing to enhance students’ learning, by allowing them to take away printed ‘body parts’ they are studying in dissection sessions.
Brighton & Hove City Council is offering free cycle training or bike maintenance training to all Sussex students and staff who live in the city.
The Vice-Chancellor has welcomed the Government’s decision to allow EU students to continue to have access to the same funding support.
The University of Sussex launched five law clinics run by third year students offering legal advice to the local community on 5 October.
More effective, evidence-based work needs to be done to tackle hate crime, according to a report published today by the University of Sussex.
A campaign devised by Brighton and Hove NHS to combat mental health stigma has been launched to mark World Mental Health Day 2016.
Sussex has received three Athena SWAN awards, renewing its institutional bronze accreditation and gaining bronze for both Mathematics and Psychology.
A rising star of comedy world is set to perform at the University of Sussex’s Migration Awareness Day.
SussexFood ran a competition throughout the freshers period, meaning that one lucky follower was the winner of £100 worth of Munch Money.