Elle Batehup: “I helped to create a visitors’ pack for the Turner Prize”
Art History student Elle Batehup's summer internship led to an exciting opportunity supporting one of the UK's most prestigious visual art awards.
University of Sussex Quantum Technologies Professor to give annual 'Queen's Lecture' in Berlin
Professor Winfried Hensinger is giving the 'Queen's Lecture' in Berlin. The lecture was 'gifted' to Germany by the late Queen Elizabeth II.
"Goodbye Breasts!": Immersive exhibition to spark discussions on breast cancer
An exhibition, drawing on the real-life experiences of a Sussex academic, is visiting Brighton to encourage conversations about breast health.
"Sussex has a special place in my heart"
Sussex alumnus and leading employment law solicitor Rustom Tata received a University of Sussex Fellowship at this year's Winter Graduation.
“I understand recovery and giving people hope”
Andy Winter reflects on what he has learned and achieved as Chief Executive of housing charity BHT Sussex, and why he feels overwhelmed to be...
Shooting for the Moon: Sussex graduate announced as new European Space Agency astronaut
Rosemary Coogan, a recent graduate of the University of Sussex, has been announced as one of the European Space Agency’s (ESA) new astronauts.
This Sussex Life. Physicist Prof Xavier Calmet: "I'm glad I didn't listen to my father."
Physicist Professor Xavier Calmet describes how the ill advice of his father sent him on a journey to black holes - and a scientific breakthrough.
“Access to university is one of our greatest sites of inequality”: Sussex VC on widening participation
Professor Sasha Roseneil, Sussex VC, has said that access to higher education remains one of the greatest sites of inequality in the United Kingdom.
This Sussex Life. Rebecca Hart: "I try to make my personal values align with those of the university"
Rebecca Hart, manager of the Spirit of Sussex Award, earned praise and recognition for her work this year in the University’s Education Awards.
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.
Sussex chemist’s Nobel Prize commemorated with blue plaque at University of Sussex
A former University of Sussex Professor and Nobel Prize winner has been commemorated with a Royal Society of Chemistry blue plaque on campus.
Teenagers' campaign sees blue plaque for University of Sussex founding funder Helena Normanton
Lawyer and activist Helena Normanton KC, who helped establish the University, has come to fruition following a campaign by two Brighton teenagers.
This Sussex Life. Alumnus and writer Dean Atta: ‘I knew I was going to Study at Sussex’
Sussex alumnus and LGBTQ champion and writer Dean Atta remembers his student days and describes how his dyslexia influences his poetic style.
Energy security strategy analysis: Huge missed opportunity not to put energy efficiency at heart of strategy
University of Sussex Business School experts on why the most impactful policies have been overlooked in the British Energy Security Strategy
Gaming peripherals company and personal security innovation each win prizes worth £10,000 in StartUp Sussex
The annual enterprise programme reached its climax as the recipients of prizes worth a total of more than £37,000 were announced.
First Tickets Released For Dreamachine As Spectacular Venues Announced Across the UK
Free tickets released for a unique immersive experience co-created by University of Sussex consciousness experts
This Sussex Life. Alumna Fumani Mthembi: "Sussex gave me aspirations to remake the world."
Sussex and IDS alumna Fumani Mthembi reflects on how Sussex shaped her business ambitions, which have led to an exciting connection with Coldplay.
The Sussex alum, backed by Coldplay, who is fighting world hunger
Solar-powered ‘controlled environment agriculture’ project Knowledge Pele selected by the band to be among its global sustainability affiliates.
Sussex professor drafts hate crime law for Seychelles at request of government
Prof Mark Walters has played a central role in drafting new hate crime legislation in the Republic of Seychelles, following similar work in Belize.