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Disciplinary processes continue as University lifts student suspensions

9 December 2013

The University has today (Monday 9 December) lifted the suspensions and exclusions that were placed on five students on Wednesday (4 December).


Do booze-free campaigns work? Sussex psychologist to evaluate Dry January

9 December 2013

Dry January 2014 will be independently evaluated by Sussex psychologist Dr Richard de Visser.


University starts disciplinary process over persistent disruption of campus

5 December 2013

Disciplinary processes begin over serious disruption of campus by occupations characterised by intimidating behaviour, theft, damage and violence.


Funding for PhD studentships more than doubles

4 December 2013

The amount of funding available for doctoral studentships at the University has more than doubled over the last three years, latest figures reveal.


Non-drinkers seen as ‘the lucky ones’ in study of student drinking

3 December 2013

Students who don't drink in social situations are perceived by others to be more socially competent than those who drink, Sussex research reveals.


Occupation ends when faced with legal action

3 December 2013

An occupation on campus came to an end early this morning (Tuesday 3 December) when the small group involved left the third floor of Bramber House.


Course for Kazakhs is joined by Ministry delegates

29 November 2013

ESW runs its second Leadership Development Course for the Government of Kazakhstan - and is joined by two Ministry representatives.


Sussex renews sector-leading scholarships for Masters study

29 November 2013

For the second successive year, the University is offering two sector-leading scholarship schemes for postgraduate study at Sussex.


What strike action means for University business

28 November 2013

The University's priority during strike action on Tuesday is to ensure the campus operates safely - with services as normal for staff and students.


University starts court proceedings to end occupation

28 November 2013

The University has taken the first legal steps to bring to an end a disruptive occupation of its conference centre facilities in Bramber House.


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