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25th September 2019
Study shows people feel more energised after exercising with their animals Runners showed improved physical and emotional experience with canine company Dr Sarah Edmunds from the University of Chichester led the research   RUNNING with a dog can significantly improve a workout more so than going...
20th September 2019
  A LIST of the 30 most influential thinkers in HR has featured an academic from the University of Chichester thanks to his celebrated work with organisation development and design business Mayvin. Dr Rob Warwick, a Reader in Management and Organisational Learning, was named on the rankings...
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...
25th July 2019
Shows for the first time that complex, mixed simultaneous emotions in adolescents could be assessed using an Analogue Emotion Scale Potential to supplement traditional emotional assessments where emotions are complex and people 'may not have the words' Next step: trials to test the findings in...
24th July 2019
Contribution of £212 million to the Greater Brighton economy Supporting 2,200 jobs A global audience of over 100 million A social value of £28.75 million Capital investment of over £160 million   A report published by Marshall Regen in partnership with the University of Chichester has highlighted ...
7th July 2019
A SERIES of new and ground-breaking research projects being undertaken at the University of Chichester has been presented in public. Nearly 100 academics from the institution gathered at a conference to speak about their latest work – which includes an investigation into developing gender-neutral...
11th June 2019
  A PROJECT addressing increased rates of depression and loneliness among men in the UK and Europe has been launched by the University of Chichester alongside government and healthcare organisations. The initiative, known as Step by Step (SBS), will look to improve the mental and physical health...
10th June 2019
Equivalent to supporting over 147,300 jobs Sports and Exercise Science (SES) students/graduates show a social and public benefit of £7.8billion 96 per cent of SES graduates stay in the UK A SES graduate will earn £667,000 more in their working life compared to if they had a Level 3 education (A...
29th May 2019
Advancing dementia affects relationships between carers and those in their care It also affects relationships between those with dementia in care and their families, and the relationship between residents A better understanding of behaviour and behavioural change the key to sustaining good...
5th April 2019
  In 2012 the Australian government instituted a federal government inquiry into endemic child sexual abuse across the country. It had unprecedented scope, lasting five years and involving six Commissioners and funding of nearly $400 million. The outcome of the inquiry was the publication of the...

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