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Dr Hugh Dunkerely
26th May 2016
A poet and academic of the University of Chichester has received an international award for a public lecture about literature and sustainability which challenges government plans to industrialise regions of the UK. Dr Hugh Dunkerley, of the institution’s Department of English and Creative Writing...
Bognor Regis town centre
26th May 2016
BUSINESSES in Bognor Regis are being asked for their views on the long-term strategy of the town centre by taking part in a survey. The Bognor Regis Town Centre Management Partnership, in collaboration with the University of Chichester, is investigating the feasibility of establishing a Business...
18th May 2016
The winners of the prestigious Observer and Gazette Business Awards have been revealed by BBC One Show presenter and Channel 5 reporter, Nick Wallis. The University of Chichester sponsored event celebrating the very best in business in the area,  took place on 22nd April 2016 at the Hilton Avisford...
18th May 2016
The University of Chichester’s Business School is proud to be successfully supporting local businesses through inception, creation, and growth. Offering a range of courses, networking events, and business advice, as well as flexible office space at its Business Incubation Centre, help and support...
Dr Neal Smith with BBC Radio 1
17th May 2016
THE science behind the perfect penalty kick has been revealed by senior lecturers of the University of Chichester as part of a BBC Radio 1 news feature. Academics of the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences, which is part of the University's Institute of Sport, disclosed the secrets of a...
Dr Mike Callan in Malaga
17th May 2016
AN INITIATIVE helping visually-impaired and disadvantaged young people in South Africa through Olympic sport judo has been delivered by a University of Chichester academic. The Judo for Peace programme was delivered by Dr Mike Callan, who was recently appointed as a Senior Lecturer in the...
Author Dorthe Nors
29th April 2016
An international short story writer read from her latest collection at the University of Chichester to mark the start of the European Literature Festival. Danish author Dorthe Nors  spoke on Monday 9 May. about Karate Chop, her novel that follows the murky dealings of 15 people through different...
Joe Sharpe memorial football match
25th April 2016
A MEMORIAL football match will be played this week to celebrate the life of a University of Chichester student who died earlier this year. The game is being held on Saturday 30 April in remembrance of Joe ‘Sharpie’ Sharpe who tragically passed away in hospital in January following a short illness....
Dr Ross Wilson speaking at BBC Radio Four
21st April 2016
How terms and phrases have developed from significant historical events is the feature of a BBC programme by a senior lecturer from the University of Chichester. Dr Ross Wilson, of the Department of History and Politics, spoke to BBC Radio Four ahead of the release of his latest book The Language...
David Wride of Regis Removals
19th April 2016
THE winner of an Observer and Gazette Business Awards 2015 has enjoyed a successful 12 months since winning the Medium Business of the Year accolade last April. Regis Removals has been benefitting from the award and has found that its team has become stronger and more cohesive as a result. In...

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