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The process for transition to the University’s new catering partner, Chartwells, began last week at Sussex.
Changes to the autumn teaching term and to the mid-year assessment period at Sussex are to be phased in over two academic years.
The University is seeking views from staff and students on the draft of a new strategic plan for Sussex for 2013-18.
More than 2,700 students, representing nearly 90 countries, will be conferred with degrees and diplomas at the summer graduation ceremonies next week.
The International Summer School (ISS) has opened for 2013, with record numbers of students taking part.
Chartwells is the University's preferred bidder for catering and conference services and is expected to take up operational responsibility from 1 Sep.
A Sussex International Development student has made it through to the finals of a national journalism competition, organised by the Guardian.
Work begins on Monday 8 July on an essential upgrade to the existing drainage system in the southern part of campus.
Brighton & Hove City Council would like to hear the views of Sussex staff and students on the future of the historic Stanmer Estate.
Large-scale events on and near campus at the end of this week will affect campus parking as well as travel to and from campus.