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Business School staff give back to the local community
Business School Professional Services staff volunteer their time to help several local charities in Sussex over the summer as part of 'Away Week'.
UKRI appoints duo energy research ‘champions’ from Sussex and Newcastle universities
Academics at the University of Sussex and Newcastle University have been appointed to lead the next phase of energy demand research in the UK.
Government not fulfilling commitments to create a sustainable and fairer society says leading UK business network
Urgent action is needed for the UK to achieve commitments to end poverty, inequalities, and reduce the risks of climate change and ecological decline
University of Sussex Business School tops the charts for research income
The University of Sussex Business School now ranks number one in the UK for Business and Management research income.
Business School graduate wins Global Peer-Leader Award for farming financial app ‘Agrilink’
Business School recent graduate, Husain Alogaily has won the Global Peer-Leader Award for designing a financial app proposal for farmers in Africa.
Business School welcomes new and returning students as the new academic year begins
Over 1000 new students join the University of Sussex Business School from the UK and across the world at the start of the new academic year.
Business School convenes international policy community to test new tools for action on sustainability
Participants from over 30 countries explore new resources on experimentation for transformative change towards a sustainable and just transition.
Sussex maintains position for fourth consecutive year in latest global rankings
ShanghaiRanking’s Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) 2022 results place Sussex in top position for fourth year running.
PRME report highlights Business School’s commitment to responsible management education
The University of Sussex Business School has published its latest report on how it implements the Principles of Responsible Management Education.
University of Sussex Business School Innovation Network launches with networking events for businesses
The University of Sussex Business School and EY Breakthrough Incentives launch Innovation Network for local businesses and entrepreneurs.
Prestigious teaching fellowship awarded to Sussex Associate Dean
The Higher Education Academy announced Dr Susan Smith has been awarded a National Teaching Fellowship
Innovative accounting research on workplace democracy receives Leverhulme Trust funding
Leverhulme Trust awards research funding to accounting and finance project on workplace democracy
Exceptional Business School students recognised at annual prize winners’ celebration
The Business School’s annual prize winners’ celebratory dinner for students took place last month at the University of Sussex.
Business School students gain real-world experience at TIMEdotCom internship in Malaysia
In collaboration with the Business School, telecommunications provider, TIMEdotCom (TIME) offered students a one-month internship in Malaysia.
Professor David Storey, OBE elected as Fellow of the British Academy
Professor David Storey, OBE, Emeritus Professor of Enterprise at the Business School has been elected Fellow of the British Academy.
Universal Credit has cost society £465 million & increased repossessions and criminality, research finds
Universal Credit has cost society £465 million & led to a large increase in home repossessions, burglaries and vehicle crimes, new research has found
Business School researchers introduce new Lab for learning and engagement on transformative innovation
Policy makers, funders and researchers from 35 countries test out new tools, actions and learnings for societal change.
Chief Executive of the UK Climate Change Committee (CCC) to give Sussex Energy Group Keynote in November
Chris Stark will present perspectives from the work of the independent authority on tackling climate change under the UK’s Climate Change Act.
Companies have changed their global supply chains in profound ways due to Brexit, the US-China Trade War and Covid
The geopolitical risk experienced in recent years has prompted companies to change their global supply chains in profound ways, new research has found