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Manhood Peninsula
16th February 2017
PLANS by the University of Chichester to develop the visitor economy of the Manhood Peninsula have taken a step forward after proposals were granted £71,000. The project, led by staff at the institution’s Business School, intends to strengthen rural tourism in the Selsey area by working with local...
16th February 2017
STAR of the Walking Dead series David Morrissey is to be interviewed at the University of Chichester about his career as one of the most in-demand actors of his generation. The award-winning performer and director will take centre stage on Tuesday 7 March as part of a series of events to launch the...
The Graphic Novel An Introduction
16th February 2017
AN ACADEMIC of the University of Chichester has spoken of his delight after being notified that his new research on the graphic novel is to be translated into Chinese. Professor Hugo Frey, of the Department of History and Politics, has been guided by his publisher Cambridge University Press that...
Sofia Hill article
15th February 2017
A STUDENT of the University of Chichester has published a newspaper article highlighting nearly 180 years of teacher training that has taken place at the institution. Sofia Hill, an undergraduate teacher within the Institute of Education, wrote the news item exploring the history for the Chichester...
13th February 2017
THEATRE graduates of the University of Chichester have been chosen to perform at an international festival held in London. Sprint is Camden People’s Theatre’s (CPT’s) flagship annual festival of adventurous new performance which, for 20 years, has hosted eye-opening new talents in theatre – many of...
Businesses propose £700k investment in Bognor Regis
13th February 2017
A PLAN to invest more than £700,000 in Bognor Regis to make the town a better place for trade through the creation of a Business Improvement District (BID) has been developed by firms in the region. Businesses have identified several priorities eligible to vote on which include promoting a positive...
Dr Jonathan David Little
10th February 2017
AN ACADEMIC from the University of Chichester has received a prestigious award for his large-scale orchestral showpiece. Dr Jonathan Little, of the Department of Music, was awarded the 2017 Rudolf Nissim Prize for best original score for his Terpsichore work, recorded by the Kiev Philharmonic...
Employee Anne-Marie
7th February 2017
Degree Apprenticeships bring together the best of vocational training and higher education to help apprentices combine University study with on-the-job training. The degree apprenticeships scheme is being backed by the University of Chichester who are offering the Digital Technology Solutions...
University secures international contract to train Korean teachers
6th February 2017
THE University of Chichester has secured a new training contract to train South Korean primary and secondary schoolteachers. Nearly 40 Korean teachers are undertaking an in-service teacher development programme at the institution organised by its International Short Programme Unit (ISPU). The...
Wilhelmina Barns Graham, Jupiter's Dream, 1998. courtesy of the Wilhelmina Barns-Graham Trust
6th February 2017
A NEW exhibition seeking to address an ‘imbalance’ of how women artists are represented in art galleries is to open at the University of Chichester. Women Artists: Power and Presence, at the Otter Gallery, showcases selected work from the collections held at the University of Chichester and Swindon...

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