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17th April 2019
  Professor Bill Gray (1952– 2019)   IT is with great sadness that we announce the death of Professor William (Bill) Gray, who died at home Monday 8 April after a long illness. Prof Gray – or Bill to those who knew him – had taught at the University of Chichester for more than 35 years, becoming...
12th April 2019
  TEACHING is never far from the headlines – be it a call for teachers to play a role in the elimination of knife crime or a national register for home tuition, and everything in between. Teachers and the discipline of teaching sit at the heart of our personal and societal development, yet as a...
12th April 2019
  HOPE in our apocalyptic world and the boundary between humans and animals in the Bible is the subject of a University of Chichester open lecture this month. Biblical scholar Dr Hannah Strømmen and philosopher Dr Tommy Lynch, from the University’s department of Humanities, will be presenting...
10th April 2019
  STUDENTS from the Platform One’s year three BA (Hons) Commercial Music are embarking on a six-date tour of Holland. This is be the 14th year that the music college, located on the Isle of Wight, have taken the road in order to experience what it is like to go on a professional European tour. The...
8th April 2019
  THEY say there is a book in us all, and for some the reality of seeing their book in print could be a step nearer thanks to the return of the Annual Publishing Panel to the University of Chichester. Taking place in Cloisters Chamber on the University’s Bishop Otter Campus on Wednesday 24 April,...
8th April 2019
  AWARD-WINNING author Dr Alison MacLeod has been appointed as Visiting Professor in Contemporary Fiction at The University of Chichester. Dr MacLeod is a novelist and short story writer. Her last novel Unexploded was long listed for the 2013 Man-Booker Prize and serialised for Book at Bedtime on...
5th April 2019
  SENIOR figures from the University of Chichester have visited their counterparts at York St John University as part of a collaborative partnership to share knowledge and best practice. The friendly exchange between the two institutions was also an opportunity to discuss the strengths of their...
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...
2nd April 2019
  A GROUP of acting students have been given exclusivity over two new shows from award-winning playwrights which are heading to the West End this year. Undergraduates from the University of Chichester’s acting degree will be performing in the productions, created by renowned writers Adam Barnard...
29th March 2019
  When Josh Winstone talks about life in ‘the pit’ his reference point is not the coal mine but the theatre. Conditions, dark and sweaty, might be similar and the daily grind of the work recognisable but this is the orchestra pit, a source of camaraderie, an academy of development, and a reservoir...

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