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17th November 2017
MUSICAL theatre students from the University of Chichester have spoken of their delight after performing in a charity event which raised thousands of pounds for Children in Need. The show, held in October for the 110-year anniversary of the Kings Theatre in Portsmouth, received nearly £10,000 in...
17th November 2017
ARTWORK by contemporary artists from across the UK is to go on display at a major exhibition sponsored by the University of Chichester. The National Open Art (NOA) competition is intended for amateur and professional artists, photographers, and filmmakers. The exhibition, hosted every November by...
17th November 2017
A RARE opportunity to attend a fascinating talk and discussion with renowned philosopher, author, and humanist AC Grayling is taking place on Friday 24 November. The theorist will be visiting the University of Chichester from 5:30pm to meet students and guests and talk about his latest book War:...
16th November 2017
A WREATH has been laid by representatives of the University of Chichester in memory of the men and women who have lost their lives in conflict. Student Louise Grainger and Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Seamus Higson attended the Remembrance Day Parade and Service held in Bognor Regis on Sunday...
15th November 2017
Academic Block Room 0.01, University of Chichester, Bishop Otter Campus, College Lane PO19 6PE Friday 17 November 2017 18:00 - 19:30 As part of the national Being Human Festival 2017, the Department of History and Politics is hosting an interactive event at 6pm on November 17 led by Professor Ross...
15th November 2017
A UNIQUE book expressing contemporary Palestinian experience from war-torn Gaza to the Australian diaspora has been produced in part by a University of Chichester lecturer with the intention of creating a poetic conversation between Palestine and the English-speaking world. A Blade of Grass: New...
14th November 2017
THE Interreg France (Channel) England programme has announced the University of Chichester will lead a new €4million European project to significantly improve the water quality in rivers and lakes in the south of England and north of France. Currently only 30 to 40 per cent of waters entering the...
10th November 2017
The Chinese scholar leading a new generation of students capivated by the author's seductive novels and influential legacy Just one novel by Iris Murdoch was all it took for Chinese scholar Jennifer Yue to decide to journey thousands of miles from home and dedicate her career to the work of the...
8th November 2017
Dr Lorenza Gianfrancesco, University of Chichester Wednesday 8 November 2017, 5pm – E124 On the 16th of December 1631 Vesuvius erupted after a long period of inactivity. First of a series of volcanic eruptions that hit the Kingdom of Naples throughout the seventeenth century, this event was...

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