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18th September 2018
Research shows drumming changes area of the brain which facilitates learning Drumming for just 30 minutes, three times each week, beneficial for people living with neurological diseases such as dementia and autism Investigation involved iconic Blondie drummer Clem Burke MUSIC lovers may claim that...
12th September 2018
Study shows young footballers would benefit from more time learning to read the field – and less on ball skills Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard highlighted as players who incorporated technique into their game play Authors have called on FA to incorporate scanning as an elementary skill -...
13th August 2018
158 organisations worldwide are questioned about their progress on gender-based violence against women and girls in sport More than a third of organisations had not taken action over the past five years Almost a quarter of those organisations believed that gender-based violence was not relevant to...
4th July 2018
THE success of a pioneering sports tourism degree programme at the University of Chichester has brought together academics from across the world. High-profile representatives from Palembang Polytechnic of Tourism in Indonesia met with senior figures from Chichester to discuss the popular BA (Hons...
14th June 2018
GRADUATE employability and regional economic opportunities was the theme of a recent visit to the University of Chichester by the leader of West Sussex County Council. Louise Goldsmith, who is a councillor for Chichester West division, met with Vice-Chancellor Professor Jane Longmore to talk about...
7th June 2018
MORE than 1,000 students from schools throughout the south have visited the University of Chichester for the Festival of Sport. The annual event was organised by the University's Institute of Sport to provide year nine and ten students with opportunities to participate in different sports such as...
24th May 2018
It is with great sadness that the University announces the death of Professor Celia Brackenridge​ after a long illness. Celia was an honorary fellow of the University and an inspiration and great supporter of the Anita White Foundation. She was awarded The Sunday Times Lifetime Achievement Award...
17th May 2018
The University of Chichester has welcomed a delegation of senior Chinese government officials to celebrate its close partnership in education with the People’s Republic of China. Vice-Chancellor Professor Jane Longmore hosted the visit which marked two years since the University was admitted to an...
10th April 2018
HIGH-TEMPERATURE training at the University of Chichester has helped a former Portsmouth footballer prepare for the harsh conditions of the so-called toughest footrace on earth. Marathon des Sables challenger Dave Waterman will be running the 156-mile ultra-marathon in the heat and sand of the...
21st December 2017
A UNIVERSITY of Chichester lecturer has been voted as one of the leading voices for the prevention of drowning: the third most common cause of unintentional death worldwide. Dr Jenny Smith, from the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences, was named on a list of influential women for her work in...

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