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Peregrine falcon
26th November 2015
A FACILITIES manager has spoken of his relief after rescuing a missing bird of prey found at the University of Chichester. Simon Wootton discovered the peregrine falcon perched outside a student accommodation block at the Bognor Regis campus. The bird, which is renowned for its distinctive blue-...
Performance poet Dean Atta
25th November 2015
DISCRIMINATION and corruption surrounding the racially-motivated murder of Stephen Lawrence is to be unearthed by an award-winning poet at the University of Chichester next week. Performer Dean Atta will be speaking at the University as part of its innovative [re]locate art installation – which...
University of Chichester men's first team footballers
25th November 2015
Footballers from the University of Chichester are celebrating an unbeaten run which has seen them top the league despite losing the first game of their season. The men’s first team have found a rich vein of form following victories in three of their last five matches as well as a draw against top-...
Enterprising Women
18th November 2015
A CALL to young women to take the initiative and become the country’s next generation of trailblazers has been made by a group of female business leaders. Senior figures from multimillion-pound organisations made the plea during the build-up to an innovative conference at the University of...
Ms Sophie Ward
18th November 2015
INTERNATIONAL actress and leading advocate of LGBT rights Sophie Ward will be speaking about her rise to fame at the University of Chichester this week. The film and television star, who is best known for her roles in hit BBC dramas Lands Girls and Holby City, as well as long-running ITV series...
Gillian Willis
17th November 2015
A former Primary Teaching student at the University of Chichester has contributed to the educational discourse on race and ethnicity after her undergraduate research was selected for publication. Gillian Willis’ study Why do Mirrors Lie?, which was published in a recent edition of nationally-...
Chichester business awards
16th November 2015
The University of Chichester is again the headline sponsor of the Chichester Observer Business Awards, which celebrate the very best in business in the area. To mark the opening of the awards, a launch event will be taking place on Wednesday 20th January on the University’s Chichester campus. This...
Kate Mosse at the Booth Museum
16th November 2015
ONE of the country’s best-selling authors will be speaking at the University of Chichester on Tuesday 17 November. Distinguished novelist Kate Mosse will be sharing her writing secrets to celebrate the paperback publication of her latest best-seller, The Taxidermist’s Daughter, as part of a...
The Last Post
10th November 2015
MYSTERY surrounding how a British Army bugle call became the world’s foremost anthem for death has been revealed by a University of Chichester academic. A documentary unearthing the history of the Last Post was presented by history lecturer Alwyn W Turner on BBC Radio 4 to coincide with...
Students achieve full potential through self-belief, according to new book
6th November 2015
THE theory of how students can achieve their potential through self-belief is the focus of the new book by an academic from the University of Chichester. Fostering self-efficacy in higher education students has been written by National Teaching Fellow in Music Dr Laura Ritchie, who works in the...

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