Dr Rob Fowler, Head of Technical Services for Life Sciences, is among those helping to get campus open again safely during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Caroline Lehany, Head of Graduation and Corporate Events, reflects on what has been a week of celebration.
Graduation 2020: the mixture of South Downs, the beach and the Lanes means there’s lots of explore at Sussex
Jade Samways has graduated with a first class degree in Psychology. She tells us why she loves Sussex and how her supervisor inspired her.
Shaznay Martin graduates this summer and hopes to own a production company focusing on black and brown women, and LGBT representation.
Dr Zahira Jaser, University of Sussex Business School: "It took great self-belief and courage to stand tall."
Dr Zahira Jaser reflects on how her first career in corporate banking is helping her to envision women in leadership roles.
James Bowyer developed his award-winning Reviso-ai, an online revision tool for students and researchers, while studying at Sussex.
Professor John Drury has contributed an article towards the new ‘Coronavirus: The Science Explained’ website launched by UK Research & Innovation.
Sussex law students have re-opened their free legal advice clinic to members of the public. People can now access the clinic virtually.
This Sussex Life. Professor Kate O'Riordan: ‘My hope is to think more inclusively, collaboratively and locally'
Professor Kate O’Riordan talks about her journey from a thatching assistant to the new Dean-Elect of the School of Media, Arts and Humanities.
Neuroscience student Julia Reinstein describes her journey with blood cancer and why she is raising awareness of the treatment that saved her.
Sussex psychologist Professor John Drury is among a group of behaviour scientists giving the UK government guidance during the coronavirus pandemic.
This Sussex Life: Nicole Klesser, SEF: “It’s important that students have someone to contact or see”
Nicole Klesser, Head of Campus Facilities Management at Sussex, describes the challenges of life on campus during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Dr Abigail Jamieson is among Brighton and Sussex Medical School’s newly qualified medics about to join the NHS during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Andrew Bowell, a third-year MPhys (Astrophysics) student, is using satellite data to help Kenya’s Maasai farmers locate pastures for cattle grazing.
Sussex psychologists are asking parents of primary school age children to complete an online survey to help them track the impact of the pandemic.
Vivien Neumann, an exchange student in Information Systems (MSc) from Munich, talks about the difficult decision she has had to make.
Ellie-Louise Herbert explains why a close personal tragedy inspired her to run in this year's BM10k during the Brighton Marathon Weekend in April.
Jason Oliver, the University's Director of IT, talks about the progress he’s made since arriving last September – and the joy of his garden tractor.
Cassandra Uthoff will be representing Sussex at the annual Posters in Parliament exhibition in London on 11 March, talking about her bee research.
Jodie Grey, cafe supervisor at the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts (ACCA), talks about why she loves her job.