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Universities of Ghana and Sussex launch Strategic Fund

12 January 2017

New initiative will contribute to capacity building at both universities and drive research and teaching collaborations to address global challenges.

The UK’s post-Brexit farm policy could see reintroduction of border controls in Ireland

9 January 2017

Post-Brexit agricultural policy could have implications for consumer prices and will have to conform to World Trade Organization (WTO) rules.

City council wins £4 million funding for Stanmer Park restoration plans

9 January 2017

The restoration of parkland next to the University of Sussex campus is set to go ahead, after funding for the project was approved.

Radio 4 tribute to Asa Briggs hails “the last of the Victorian improvers”

6 January 2017

In a BBC Radio 4 show, Tristram Hunt MP explores the life of historian Asa Briggs, who was instrumental in the founding of the University of Sussex.

Explore galaxies far, far away at the University of Sussex

4 January 2017

Children and adults will be seeing stars during an evening of astronomical activities at the University of Sussex campus this month.

Law lecturer empowers young people to tackle corruption and promote sustainability

3 January 2017

The way to tackle corruption at the top, says Dr Dimitris Ziouvas, is to start at the bottom.

Sussex lecturer appointed MBE in New Year Honours

31 December 2016

Dr John Parry, a Teaching Fellow in Education at the University of Sussex, is appointed MBE in the New Year Honours list.

University of Sussex student wins BBC Radio 3 Carol Competition

22 December 2016

A trainee music teacher at Sussex has won a national BBC competition by writing a catchy tune for a festive Christmas carol.

New disease could signal hope for sufferers of brain ageing conditions

21 December 2016

A new genetic disease which results in neurodegeneration has been discovered by experts at the University of Sussex.

Sussex art historians welcome reprieve for art history A-level

20 December 2016

Art historians at Sussex have welcomed a reprieve for the art history A-level, following their important role in a campaign to save the qualification.

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