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7th February 2019
Research shows that the relationship between pop artist Roy Lichtenstein and comics’ ‘strip men’ was more complex and collaborative than previously thought The relationship between pop artist Roy Lichtenstein and the creators of comics was famously fraught, with accusations of imitation and idea-...
30th January 2019
    THE HISTORY of how golf helped to shape one of Britain's most iconic seaside towns has been revealed in a new study by the University of Chichester. Bournemouth’s tourism trade boomed in the late nineteenth century due to the popularity of the game, according to academic Paul Wheeler, a senior...
21st January 2019
The study is the first to identify distinct subgroups of psychological flexibility Psychological flexibility is a core element of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy The findings will help clinicians to better tailor therapies to the needs of their clients Tailored therapies are more likely to...
16th January 2019
Project is the first nationwide study of prevalence of child maltreatment in Australia Damage caused by maltreatment in childhood continues into adulthood Findings from the study will provide evidence for public health services around the world to enhance prevention and care A University of...
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...
13th November 2018
ACADEMICS attending an international conference in Nepal have heard the pioneering research into sustainable tourism by the University of Chichester’s Dr Wendy Sealy. The keynote by Dr Sealy, a Senior Lecturer and Programme Coordinator for the BA (Hons) in Event Management, explored the neo-...
2nd November 2018
Chichester to develop classification system for blind football Research to help sport to meet International Paralympic Committee’s classification code Research expected to between take two to four years THE University of Chichester has been chosen to lead innovative research into a developing a...
30th October 2018
  SOME of the world’s leading dance scientist have spoken at the University of Chichester about their latest work in injury prevention and recovery. Dr Sarah Kenny (above) from the University of Calgary in Canada joined PhD candidate Peta Blevins from Edith Cowen University in Australia. The...
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...
1st October 2018
THE health benefits of berry supplements – and how they help when exercising – will be revealed at the University of Chichester this month. Professor Mark Willems, who specialises in exercise physiology, will be speaking about the advantages of using berries when training on Wednesday 10 October....

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