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Professor-Duncan-Salkeld
2nd February 2017
NEW evidence about history’s most celebrated playwright and how sixteenth-century London influenced his work is to be revealed at an open lecture in the University of Chichester. Shakespeare scholar Professor Duncan Salkeld, of the Department of English and Creative Writing, will present his latest...
Dr Stephen Baysted
31st January 2017
AN ACADEMIC of the University of Chichester who has composed the soundtracks to award-winning films and videogames has spoken of his latest work on French Impressionist Claude Monet - to be released into cinemas this month. Dr Stephen Baysted, Reader in Film Composition in the Department of...
Paralympian Emma Wiggs
26th January 2017
GOLD medal-winning graduates of the University of Chichester have been awarded royal honours for their triumphant year of sport. Rio 2016 athletes Emma Wiggs and Saskia Clark were appointed members of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) following their successes in Brazil. The...
A good place to hide - Peter Grose
20th January 2017
The University of Chichester’s Department of History and Politics in collaboration with residents and New Park Cinema are commemorating Holocaust Memorial Day, 2017. The annual services mark the day the Auschwitz concentration camps were liberated in 1945. Two historically-significant films are be...
13th January 2017
THE University is the headline sponsor of the Observer and Gazette Business Awards for the seventh year running. To mark the awards, which celebrate the very best in business in the area, a Q&A networking evening is to be held on Wednesday 25 January. The free event will give attendees the...
Dancers 1
10th January 2017
Schoolchildren have produced and performed their own dance routines after working with postgraduate students of the University of Chichester. More than 80 boys from years seven to 11 presented the work developed with PGCE Secondary Dance students in The Showroom: a 212-seated theatre situated at...
Hansel and Gretel
6th January 2017
THE history behind the famed fairy tale Hansel and Gretel and other Grimm Brothers’ stories is the subject of a national BBC programme featuring an academic of the University of Chichester. The Friday Night Is Music Night show – broadcast on BBC Radio 2 – included an interview with Dr Miles Leeson ...
British Canoeing Coaching conference
23rd December 2016
THE complex journey that sport coaches often encounter while developing their craft was the subject of innovative research presented at an international conference by two academics of the University of Chichester. A specialist investigation focusing on creating coaching philosophy and...
20th December 2016
THE economic impact of the Southern Rail strikes has cost the UK hundreds of millions of pounds, according to new research from the University of Chichester. A study led by Dave Cooper, Professor of Management and Economic Development, revealed the total cost of the dispute to the country’s GPD...
El Teide, Tenerife. A still from Andrew Wilford’s video-essay
16th December 2016
Dr Andrew Wilford from the University of Chichester’s department of Theatre has guest co-edited a specialist issue of Liminalities online performance journal about terror, travel, and tourism. The open-access issue, including Dr Jonathan Skinner (Life Sciences) and Paul Antick (Photography) of the...

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