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23rd March 2017
THE United Kingdom should not overlook the impact that small universities make to regional economies - particularly at a time when businesses are facing significant disruption. That is the message from a University of Chichester academic whose open lecture will explain why higher education...
23rd March 2017
A CHARITY which cares for children with life-threatening and terminal illnesses has been given a boost by the University of Chichester. The Sussex Snowdrop Trust, which operates across the county, received a cheque of more than £715 following donations made at the annual Christmas carol service in...
Undergraduates of the BA (Hons) Politics and Contemporary History programme
20th March 2017
HISTORIC debates about Brexit and the resettlement of child refugees held at the Houses of Parliament have been witnessed by students of the University of Chichester. Undergraduates of the BA (Hons) Politics and Contemporary History and BSc (Hons) Politics programmes visited Westminster earlier...
Dr Amanda Richardson
16th March 2017
AN ACADEMIC of the University of Chichester is to speak at the residence of the Finnish Ambassador in London. Dr Amanda Richardson of the Department of History and Politics will speak at a seminar on Thursday 23 March about the life and work of the acclaimed art historian Tancred Borenius (1885-...
Mass Effect Andromeda
16th March 2017
A CHART-TOPPING song by Rag’n’Bone Man has been remixed by a lecturer from the University of Chichester for the trailer release of a hotly-anticipated videogame. Reader in Film Composition Dr Stephen Baysted rearranged top-five hit Human by the Brit Award-winner for the sci-fi game Mass Effect...
Artist and MA Fine Art graduaute Deborah Petch
13th March 2017
AN EXHIBITION documenting the results of an innovative partnership between the University of Chichester and a group of Sussex artists is on display this month. Drawing Insight showcases the work of the Insight Partnership project which was created to bring together artists from different creative...
Man Booker Prize-nominated lecturer Professor Alison MacLeod
9th March 2017
THE University of Chichester’s Man Booker Prize-nominated lecturer Professor Alison MacLeod is to launch her latest book with a star-studded celebration of the short story. The Professor of Contemporary Fiction will take to the stage at the institution on Tuesday 28 March to mark the publication...
Kay-Channon
7th March 2017
A PhD student from the University of Chichester has published her first poetry collection about her struggles of having been born at 26 weeks and the associated lifelong health issues. Kay Channon, who is researching at the institution’s Department of Theatre, wrote The Dark Side of Light to...
Original British Handley Page bomber
1st March 2017
A HISTORY project investigating the American servicemen stationed at a West Sussex airbase in the First World War has been launched by the University of Chichester. The study will examine the lives of members of the US Army aviation teams who were based at Tangmere aerodrome and sites across...
Students lead first Sussex Boccia tournament for adults with learning disabilities
24th February 2017
SUSSEX’S first Boccia league community games involving adults with learning disabilities has been organised by students of the University of Chichester. More than 60 competitors from community groups across the region met at the institution to challenge for the title of best team within the two...

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