Sing when they’re winning, seethe when they’re losing: my first two weeks at the University of Sussex and Euro2020
As interim Pro-Vice Chancellor Culture, Equality and Inclusion, over the past fortnight I have been meeting staff and students here.
Sussex academics respond to UK's Transport Decarbonisation Plan
UK Government continues to avoid major issue of behavioural change warns University of Sussex Business School energy policy experts
The former Apprentice contestant whose next big thing is electric cars
Former Apprentice contestant Jenny Garbis is studying at Sussex and has turned her attention to researching what stops people buying electric cars.
This Sussex Life. Pattie Gonsalves: “I don’t know anyone who didn’t lose at least one person to Covid.”
Psychology doctoral student Pattie Gonsalves talks about her experience of the second wave of Covid-19 in India and what she has done to help others.
Carrying the torch
Dr Wendy Garnham has been selected to be one of the 89 Advance HE "torch-bearers" for an international project showcasing excellence in assessment.
Education academic elected new Vice-President of literacy charity
Jo Tregenza, Senior Lecturer in Education, has been named the new Vice President of the United Kingdom Literacy Association.
Scientists unveil new sound blind which reduces noise while allowing air to flow freely
A hospital trial to reduce stress of noise to patients and medical staff begins for winner of Armourers & Brasiers Venture Prize seed funding award.
This Sussex Life. Professor Mary Agnes Krell: "Coming to Sussex was the best decision I ever made."
Professor Mary Agnes Krell, artistic director of the University’s first Festival of Ideas (9-12 June) talks about how Sussex continues to inspire her.
Fadi Zaghmout, Sussex alumnus and novelist: "I'm tired of reading the same patriarchal narrative."
Fadi Zaghmout, a Sussex alumnus and novelist in Jordan, is one of the 21 finalists for the UK Study Alumni Global Awards.
University of Sussex experts respond to today's Queen's Speech
Our academics have been responding to the Environment Bill, reform of the Judicial Review process and plans to simplify government procurement.
This Sussex Life. PVC Professor Keith Jones: "Sussex's challenge is to define its purpose."
Professor Keith Jones, Pro Vice Chancellor (Research and Enterprise), talks about Size and Shape – and reflects on his ‘ping-pong pom’ career journey.
Sussex researcher, Josh McFayden, whose work is "in search of a new force of nature” wins prestigious prize
Dr Josh McFayden, a physics researcher at the University of Sussex, is the sole 2021 winner of a prestigious prize from the Institute of Physics.
Laura McDermott, ACCA Director: "We're moving to a place of healing."
As Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts prepares to reopen for May, its Creative Director, Laura McDermott, reflects on the past year.
University of Sussex students call on UK Government to improve key areas of child rights ahead of UN review
Two University of Sussex students have co-authored a new report calling on the UK Government to do more on issues impacting children and young adults.
Scientists from University of Sussex part of team chosen for next year’s Festival UK* 2022
Dr David Schwartzman and Professor Anil Seth are part of a interdisciplinary team commissioned to take part in next year’s Festival UK* 2022.
Sussex VC to lead review aiming to reduce red tape for UK researchers
Government launches new independent review into UK research bureaucracy to identify ways to free up researchers to pursue world-class research.
Stuart Bottomley, Deputy Head of Widening Participation: “It’s not about persuading, it’s about opening the door."
Stuart Bottomley, Deputy Head of Widening Participation, reflects on his education journey and why Sussex has launched the Access Programme.
Sussex students raise over £23,000 for charity, with week-long seafront run
Students from the Men’s Rugby Club have raised over £23,000 for the Samaritans Emergency Appeal.