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14th December 2017
A TEAM of apprentices from the University of Chichester have been commended by the Ministry of Defence for their innovative computer concept which uses artificial intelligence to support the British Armed Forces. Students James Seden Smith, Patrick Morrissey, and Jake Howard, on the Digital and...
7th December 2017
THE producer of the award-winning Netflix series Black Mirror is to speak at the University of Chichester about a career in film and television. Laurie Borg, now visiting on Friday 8 December, will talk on his most successful productions which include the hit BBC2 drama Peaky Blinders (below) and...
6th December 2017
CHRISTMAS carolers from the University of Chichester will be singing next week to raise money for charities working throughout the winter season. Musicians and vocalists of the University’s Chamber Choir will perform traditional songs and contemporary music for its annual seasonal concert. The...
6th December 2017
A TRADITIONAL topping-out ceremony has taken place at the University of Chichester’s £35m Engineering and Digital Technology Park on its Bognor Regis Campus. In a ritual believed to date back centuries Vice-Chancellor Professor Jane Longmore poured oil and wine and scattered corn and salt over the...
6th December 2017
A COMMUNITY orchestra unlike any other in Chichester is hosting its first formal concert tonight with help from a University professor. The Encore Chichester Community Orchestra was launched by Professor Laura Ritchie, of the Department of Music, as a non-competitive ensemble for adults, many of...
30th November 2017
The Department of History and Politics welcomed Dr Nicola Clarke to discuss The ‘Almost Boleyn’ Girls: the Howard Women 1485-1558. The Howard dynasty epitomises what we think of as Tudor politics. As dukes of Norfolk, they advised Henry VIII, won the Battle of Flodden in 1513, and put two family...
30th November 2017
The Department of History and Politics hosted Chris Pope on Thursday 23 November to speak on the world of supporting education as conducted by the Prince's teaching institute.   This one-hour, interactive session was very useful for all colleagues working with schools in one capacity or another.  
29th November 2017
THE High Sheriff of West Sussex has visited the University of Chichester to discuss our approach to providing high-quality, student-centred education. Lady Emma Barnard spoke with Vice-Chancellor Professor Jane Longmore, Pro Vice-Chancellor Dr Mark Mason, and colleagues from the Department of...
27th November 2017
HUNDREDS of pounds have been raised in aid of the Royal British Legion by rugby players from the University of Chichester. A cheque for £743.43 was presented by the first team to the national charity, which provides financial, social, and emotional support to members and veterans of the Armed...
24th November 2017
The History and Politics Department welcomed Chris Pope from the Prince's trust on Thursday 23rd November. He delivered a seminar on 'The Importance of Inspiring Teaching: An Introduction to the Prince's Institute'

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