Sussex academics play part in major British Library exhibition about the ongoing fight for women’s rights
The fight for women’s rights has been brought to life in a new book and exhibition, thanks to the help of Sussex researchers.
Sussex anthropologist talks about the role social sciences can play in the effective response to disease outbreaks
Amid the worst pandemic in 100 years, the public-health response to COVID-19 requires a significant understanding of human behaviour.
The University's flagship event will feature a discussion on the Black Lives Matter protests over the summer and what we can do within the University.
The University has today announced that its Provost, Saul Becker, will retire from the University in April 2021.
Professor Saul Becker has been named as the first Ambassador in Carers Trust’s 29-year history.
Businesses and community groups are being invited to help deliver the innovation required to make Sussex net zero.
This Sussex Life. Student Jordi Carter: “I went from performing in the ACCA to doing it in my kitchen”
Jordi Carter, third-year Drama and Film Studies undergraduate, describes the challenges (and unexpected benefits) of studying under COVID-19.
Sussex joins consortium to create innovative Centre for Doctoral Training and help transform UK Food Systems
The University of Sussex has joined a UKRI-funded consortium to help create future leaders to reshape how we make, transport and consume our food.
An archival find reveals how the king was secretly ridiculed for his marriages.
The University has risen 27 places to its highest global position in the Performance Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universities since 2016.