The University has answered a call for help from the NHS to provide essential personal protective equipment for frontline workers.
A team of staff and students have responded to a call for help to alleviate local NHS pressures during the covid-19 pandemic.
Festival organisers will be on campus to promote voluntary work placements.
Sussexsport has a range of activities for six-16 year olds running throughout the upcoming Easter holidays.
Last week, Brighton and Hove Citizens provided training for local community members and University staff and students on campus.
Art installation 'HALO' recreates the conditions shortly after the Big Bang and is coming to Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts in May 2020.
Sign up for Sussexsport's six-week introductory course to relax your mind and strengthen your body, starting Monday 24 February at the Sport Centre.
On Monday 27 January, the Sussex Centre for Language Studies hosted a Chinese New Year workshop attended by Year 7 pupils from Hove Park School.
Brighton Festival’s 2020 Guest Director, acclaimed writer and broadcaster Lemn Sissay will launch this year’s programme on campus
Two hugely successful CPD events brought local professionals in the community together with Sussex teacher trainees and industry leaders.
Sussexsport has a range of activities for six-16 year olds running throughout the upcoming school holidays.
Simone Robinson, Business Engagement Co-ordinator in SiNC, organises Christmas collections across campus for communities and individuals in need.
Sussexsport partner with Brighton's High Top Circus to deliver a range of children's activities.
Sussex appoints BBC’s Claudia Hammond as first Visiting Professor for the Public Understanding of Psychology
Claudia Hammond, has been appointed to the new role of Visiting Professor for the Public Understanding of Psychology at the University of Sussex.
Studying at Sussex inspired Mamunur Rahman to help female factory workers in Bangladesh. His initiative has now earned him a British Council award.
Réjane Woodroffe,Sussex alumna and British Council award winner for social impact,describes how she is helping South Africa’s poorest rural community.
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Jazz Turner and Nate Shaw are finalists at the Sussex Sports Awards, one of the most prestigious evenings in the Sussex sporting calendar.
Fifty years ago this month Britain’s first campus-based university arts centre opened its doors at the University of Sussex.
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts will host an upcoming episode of BBC1 political debate show Question Time during the election campaign.