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15th October 2014
END-of-life care practitioners must be offered and make use of good quality supervision, according to a senior lecturer at the University of Chichester. Marie Price, of the Department of Social Work and Social Care, recently spoke with the national Guardian newspaper to raise awareness of social...
14th October 2014
A TRUE story of love and betrayal set among the fighting of World War One is to be retold by a Chichester author TODAY, Wednesday 15 October. MA Creative Writing graduate Juliet West will read extracts from her debut novel Before the Fall at the University from 5pm. The book, which is inspired by...
13th October 2014
MORE THAN 100 years of war and violence in the Middle East will be examined at the University of Chichester TODAY by one of the topic’s leading experts. The lecture, which starts at 5:30pm on Wednesday 15 October, will cover the military and political battles of the Arab-Israeli conflict from its...
13th October 2014
A show depicting the troubled life of self-confessed drinker and founder of help group Alcoholics Anonymous has been cancelled. My Name is Bill, which was due to performed on Wednesday 15 October, will no longer take place due to the ill health of lead actor Bryan Bounds. The University would like...
10th October 2014
Head of History and Politics at University of Chichester Dr Hugo Frey has for a second year been invited as an inspirational lecture to support early career teachers working on GCSE and A level French. Through three workshops, held in Birmingham, London and Manchester, he will offer key information...
7th October 2014
KIDNAP, motherhood, and the obsessive and destructive madness of jealousy are uncovered in a new psychological thriller by a Chichester author. The emotive Mother Island, which delves into an intricate family struggle revolving around child abduction, is the latest novel from Bethan Roberts, a...
25th September 2014
Attended by 60,000 visitors over a ten day period in August and with hundreds of events taking place, organising Arundel Festival is a mammoth task. The organisers rely heavily on volunteers and short term staff to make everything run smoothly and last year, for the first time, some of that...
24th September 2014
Students from the University of Chichester are among the most satisfied in the UK, according to a new survey. The results published last week for the 2014 National Student Survey - a poll taken each year for the government by Isos Mori - showed that 89 per cent of students from the University were...
Clive Behagg
23rd September 2014
The quality and management of research at the University of Chichester has been recognised by the Privy Council who have conferred the University with Research Degree Awarding Powers (RDAP).  "A University is a place where new ideas are formed and I am delighted that the quality of our research,...
18th September 2014
The quality and management of research at the University of Chichester has been recognised by the Privy Council who have conferred the University with Research Degree Awarding Powers (RDAP). Vice-Chancellor Professor Clive Behagg explained: "A University is a place where new ideas are formed and I...

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