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University carol concert
7th March 2016
A CHARITY which cares for people who have been affected by dementia has been given hundreds of pounds by the University of Chichester. Dementia Support, which operates across West Sussex, received a cheque of £821.11 following donations made at the annual Christmas carol service in December. The...
Running Wild - photos courtesy of Chichester Festival Theatre
1st March 2016
A SENIOR lecturer of the University of Chichester has been commissioned to compose and direct the music for the opening production of this year’s summer festival at the Regent’s Park open air theatre in London. Dr Rod Paton of the Department of Music will work on popular show Running Wild, in a co-...
Dr Neal Smith
29th February 2016
THE science behind cutting-edge technological innovations is the subject of a new ITV series which will this week feature a researcher from the University of Chichester. Primetime programme It’s not rocket science, which will be broadcast on Tuesday 1 March, focuses on the work of Dr Neal Smith, a...
The Producers - by Musical Theatre students at the University of Chichester
25th February 2016
THE art of becoming an international theatre critic is the subject of a new undergraduate programme at the University of Chichester. Musical Theatre Critique and Arts Journalism, launched at the institution this year, is the first of its kind in the UK to feature guest lectures from the industry’s...
Managing and promoting sustainable and accessible tourism destinations
22nd February 2016
A SENIOR lecturer in Sustainable Tourism Management at the University of Chichester’s Business School attended the Joint Conference on Sustainable and Accessible Tourism Destinations in Brussels on Thursday 28 January. Dr Jorge Gutic represented Chichester at the one-day conference which received...
BBC's EastEnders title
22nd February 2016
THE scriptwriters of some of the most popular soap opera and sitcom storylines of the last decade are to give a masterclass at the University of Chichester this week. Authors Sue Teddern and Nick Warburton, who have individually written for EastEnders, Holby City, and Birds of a Feather, will be...
Influence of social media on contemporary workplace
18th February 2016
ALL organisations need to adopt a recipe for innovation. That was the call from Professor Paul Sparrow, Director of the Centre for Performance-led Human Resource Management at Lancaster University, in an opening keynote at a recent conference at Liverpool John Moores University. The recipe,...
Dr Stephen Baysted
18th February 2016
THE unsolved mysteries of famed folklores including the Holy Grail and lost city of Atlantis are the subject of a new television series created in part by a Reader in Film Composition at the University of Chichester. Dr Stephen Baysted of the Department of Film and Media composed the music for the...
Emily Turner - Fine Art and English
16th February 2016
AN INTERNATIONAL competition celebrating the short story form by welcoming entries from anywhere in the world has been launched at the University of Chichester. The literary contest is led by the Thresholds forum, part of the Department of English and Creative Writing at the institution, which...
Renoir: Revered and Reviled
15th February 2016
THE controversial work of renowned Impressionist artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir is the subject of a new documentary scored by a senior lecturer from the University of Chichester. Dr Stephen Baysted, a Reader in Film Composition at the institution, composed the soundtrack to Renoir: Revered and...

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