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8th October 2019
  THE first in a new series of public lectures starting at the University of Chichester next month will be given by an internationally-acclaimed cellist and teacher. Laura Ritchie, Professor of Learning and Teaching in music, will be speaking on Friday 18 October about her pioneering methods of...
9th September 2019
  THE University of Chichester has crowned its 180-year anniversary celebrations by unveiling a new, modern logo to take it through its next phase of development. ​The logo has taken elements of the University’s crest to create an image which is forward-thinking but which also celebrates the...
23rd May 2019
  A MUSICAL by students from the University of Chichester has raised thousands of pounds for a West Sussex charity which cares for visually-impaired people. Copacabana, devised from Barry Manilow’s hit songs, helped to raise more than £7,700 for 4Sight Vision Support, based in Bognor Regis. The...
1st May 2019
  A NON-STOP 24-hour jazz concert has been played by musicians from Chichester in aid of US schoolchildren living in a deprived area of Los Angeles. The day and night performance, hosted at the University of Chichester, helped raise money for Nevin Avenue Elementary, where more than 85 per cent of...
29th March 2019
  When Josh Winstone talks about life in ‘the pit’ his reference point is not the coal mine but the theatre. Conditions, dark and sweaty, might be similar and the daily grind of the work recognisable but this is the orchestra pit, a source of camaraderie, an academy of development, and a reservoir...
8th March 2019
  THE University of Chichester has been championing the role of women in society since it first opened its doors as a training college in 1839. Now, 180-years later, those principles remain a fundamental part of the University and its community - as it bids to develop a new generation of female...
6th December 2018
UK universities have been at the forefront of the most significant discoveries and pioneering changes of the last century - and the University of Chichester is centre stage of these developments. We’re celebrating the many ways in which Chichester has made a real difference to everyday lives with...
27th November 2018
  THE son of legendary composer Leonard Bernstein has met students and staff from the University as part of celebrations surrounding the Bernstein in Chichester centenary festival. Alexander Bernstein flew over from New York for a performance of Bernstein's Chichester Psalms, performed in the...
23rd November 2018
HOLLYWOOD actress Emily Watson OBE – star of the War Horse and Red Dragon blockbusters - has spoken to University of Chichester students about making it at the top of the film industry. The double Oscar-nominee met undergraduates from the BA (Hons) in Acting for Film where she spoke about self-...
1st October 2018
AN INTERNATIONAL awards ceremony has included a University of Chichester Professor in its 2018 nominations for his outstanding contribution to Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences. Professor Jonathan David Little, from the Department of Music, was shortlisted by the CHASS Australia prizes for his...

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