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27th June 2014
A TRIO of award-winning novelists and one-time University of Chichester students will be speaking about becoming successful creative writers this weekend. Authors Isabel Ashdown, Gabrielle Kimm and Jane Rusbridge, graduates of the institution’s MA Creative Writing course, are holding an afternoon...
26th June 2014
Creative Writing MA postgraduate Juliet West has joined the University of Chichester’s increasingly impressive list of high-profile writers after her novel Before the Fall was launched last month. Set in the East End of London, close to where Juliet celebrated the launch, Before the Fall – inspired...
26th June 2014
BUSINESSES across the south coast are being called upon to develop innovative technologies which will provide renewable energy for the UK in the future. More than 100 firms have been invited to an event today - Thursday 26 June - to identify new methods and opportunities for harnessing the power of...
20th June 2014
Professor of Exercise Physiology Mark Willems will today showcase his findings on how New Zealand blackcurrants could be beneficial for endurance athletes at an international conference. The event, led by the International Society of Sports Nutrition, is being held in Florida, USA, and will be...
18th June 2014
BUDDING rock stars are to take to the stage tomorrow to showcase their talents at the University’s annual summer school. The Chi Rocks! event, held at Bishop Otter campus, aims to give students an insight into university life and encourage them to reach their full potential through music: an...
18th June 2014
AZERBAIJAN’s capital Baku is renowned for its historical and cultural heritage: where mazy streets still boast the remnants of its Persian legacy alongside a new metropolitan city. For several days in March it was home to University of Chichester senior lecturer Hazel Beadle. The Continuing...
18th June 2014
On Saturday 14th June the Dance and Theatre Departments invited researchers, practitioners, artists and postgraduate students to a one day symposium that will explore, celebrate, problematize and articulate notions of experiencing, encountering and ‘performing’ place through creative arts inquiry...
16th June 2014
A SENIOR lecturer from the University of Chichester has played a key role in a unique documentary on legendary artist Henri Matisse which was broadcast live across the UK. Reader in Film Composition Dr Stephen Baysted scored the soundtrack to Matisse Live, which was screened to more than 250...
13th June 2014
A UNIVERSITY lecturer will be speaking about the history of French cinema before the screening of one of the nation’s most popular films this weekend. Reader in History Dr Hugo Frey will be talking on the 1973 classic La Nuit Americaine – released as Day for Night in England – at Chichester’s New...
13th June 2014
Women and Sport Research Officer Jordan Matthews is today presenting findings from his PhD at the International Working Group for Women and Sport (IWG) sixth World Conference on Women and Sport in Helsinki. Using interviews conducted with prominent women and sport personnel, as well as extensive...

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