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13th March 2014

A MAJOR exhibition marking the centenary of the outbreak of World War One is being showcased at the University of Chichester.

The installation, From Fields to Factories: Women’s Work on the Home Front in the First World War, explores the role of the Women’s Land...

12th March 2014

A STUDENT from the University of Chichester has been praised for his research on social work in rural and remote areas of England.

Undergraduate Ashleigh Schofield was commended for his presentation Rural Social Work – Implications for Practice, which he submitted at a...

11th March 2014

NEARLY one hundred young musicians are to perform an evening of renowned classical overtures in Chichester Cathedral this weekend.

Choristers from Sussex and Hampshire schools will join soloists and instrumentalists from the University of Chichester for its annual gala...

9th March 2014

An Associate Lecturer in the Dance department recently received a Creative Wales Award for a new research Project ‘Autobiographical Body’ Research project will begin May 2014.

Cai Tomos is an independent artist who has worked as a performer, director and facilitator of...

7th March 2014

AN ART exhibition showcasing unique and unusual sculptures by a former University of Chichester student is being held in Portsmouth this week.

The installation, which uses enamelware, ceramics, and cloth to explore the relationship between vessels and the body, has been...

7th March 2014

A SENIOR lecturer from the University of Chichester is celebrating after being awarded one of the most distinguished qualifications of its kind in the country.

Dr Steve Ellis, who teaches in the School of Enterprise Management and Leadership, was named a Chartered Manager...

7th March 2014

A NEW book providing a comprehensive analysis of peacekeeping in Africa has been co-edited by a Senior Lecturer at the University of Chichester.

Peacekeeping in Africa: The Evolving Security Architecture was published by Dr Marco Wyss, previously a Senior...

6th March 2014

During the February half-term break Mill Chase Academy was abuzz with IT specialists as work was carried out to install a new academy-wide wireless network.

A total investment of £77k over five years has been committed and the end result will be a faster, more efficient...

5th March 2014

A leading film critic of horror cinema will be speaking at the University of Chichester next week.

Distinguished author Jonathan Rigby is to visit the institution on Monday 17 March as part of a series of events organised by the department of Media. He will be examining...

3rd March 2014

ONE of Britain's pioneering groups of electronic music are to reform for a one-off performance at the University of Chichester next month as part of the ‘Department of Media Presents’ series.

Organised by Dr Adam Locks...

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