By Professor Liz James, Head of the School of History, Art History and Philosophy at the University of Sussex
Stuck for a suitably spooky screening tonight? Our Film Studies academics have got you covered.
Spotlight on Dr Raysa Khan, Research Fellow in Chemistry at the School of Life Sciences.
Dr Augusto Corrieri talks about magic, Michael Jackson and his book on what happens in theatres when humans are absent.
Coby Sharpe, a technician in the Media Technology Lab within Informatics, is taking part in this year’s Brighton & Hove Pride parade.
Elizabeth Churchill, Director of User Experience at Google, describes how Sussex inspired her interest in human-computer interaction.
Lyse Doucet, who will become an honorary Doctor of the University at summer graduation, describes life as the BBC's Chief International Correspondent.
Austrian-born journalist Hella Pick CBE, who will become an honorary Doctor of the University at this summer’s graduation, talks about her life.
Spotlight on Dr Christiane Oedekoven, Research Fellow in Cognitive Neuroscience at the School of Psychology
A University of Sussex product design student has created environmentally friendly sea rafts with a self-watering system for plants.
Acclaimed novelist Ali Smith, who received an honorary degree from Sussex last year, has advised people to “stay a student as long as possible”.
Lynne Murphy discusses the love-hate relationship between British and American English in her latest book, and for her professorial lecture on 9 May.
One of the highlights of this year’s Brighton Festival is Professor Ed Hughes' new orchestral work inspired by an East Sussex river landscape.
Dr Izzeldin Abuelaish visited Sussex to talk about his response to the death of his three daughters and a niece by a tank shelling in Gaza.
Staff and students joined thousands of other runners to take part in various events at the 2018 Brighton Marathon weekend (13-15 April).
Dr Ahmed Hashim is Hepatology Clinical Research Fellow at BSMS, working on a dedicated hostel-based liver service for homeless and vulnerable people.
To celebrate International Women’s Day on 8 March, female academics and students describe what they most admire in each other.
In the run-up to International Women’s Day on 8 March, female academics and students describe what they admire in each other.
Spotlight on Dr Helena Harder, Research Fellow at Sussex Health Outcomes Research & Education in Cancer (SHORE-C).
Demet joined the School of Global Studies in October 2017, having been awarded the first Helena Normanton Fellowship by the University.