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.
Domestic abuse: Sussex campaigner succeeds in urging Government to change law
An expert in coercive control has succeeded in urging the Government to fill a legal loophole which left ex-partners of domestic abusers unprotected.
This Sussex Life: ISC Director, Martin Torjussen - "We're holding Zoom cook-alongs and karaoke for students"
Martin Torjussen, Director of the International Study Centre at Sussex, describes how they're maintaining a sense of community during the pandemic.
Sussex alum Steven Kayuni becomes Director of Public Prosecutions in Malawi
A former Sussex law student has become the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) in Malawi.
This Sussex Life. Val Jenkins: ‘‘Thankfully, we’re moving away from describing cancer as a ‘fight’."
Professor Val Jenkins, Deputy Director of SHORE-C, is celebrating the cancer communication research group’s 20 years of being on the Sussex campus.
Leading food academics call for emergency procedures to protect UK food supplies in open letter to Boris Johnson
The UK Government is failing in its duty to protect food supplies and support healthy nutrition in the face of the twin threats of Covid and Brexit.
Local LGBTQ+ literature festival returns for second year, with support from Sussex staff
The Coast is Queer returns next month with a programme of online events celebrating queer lives and writing, supported by Sussex staff.
This Sussex Life. Lucio Picci; "I was the first Erasmus student at Sussex."
Lucio Picci reflects on being Sussex's (and possibly Europe's) first Erasmus student as the UK bids farewell to membership of the EU study programme.
Keep it simple: Exploring the precarious world of economic forecasting with Prof Michael Gasiorek
Prof Michael Gasiorek from the University of Sussex Business School is the latest guest on the Impacted podcast series about research for real change.
University of Sussex professor awarded OBE
A University of Sussex professor was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the New Year Honours 2021.
Sussex Professor to take up prestigious UUKi role
Professor Richard Follett has been selected as the next Chair of the UUKi sub-Saharan Africa Policy Network following an open selection process.
University of Sussex researcher secures ERC Consolidator grant
Thor Magnusson awarded ERC Consolidator grant for his 'Intelligent Instruments: Understanding 21st-Century AI Through Creative Music Technologies'.
This Sussex Life. MA student Louise Harman: “Curiosity brought me to Bob. I felt I was there for him."
Louise Harman, MA student in Literature and Philosophy, is raising money for Age UK after sharing a personal story about grief, love and connection.
University of Sussex and BARBRI partner up to prepare law students for the new solicitors’ exam
The university has partnered with a global legal education provider to offer a comprehensive preparation programme for the new solicitors' exam.