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Arqiva and University of Chichester
2nd July 2015
EXPERTS from the University of Chichester are working with the occupational health provider Corporate Health and the communications infrastructure company Arqiva to investigate the physiological demands experienced by mast engineers when climbing telecommunication towers. The University’s Sports...
Dr Andy Clegg
2nd July 2015
A UNIVERSITY lecturer who has embedded his expertise in customer service training into an undergraduate module to increase the chances of his students landing a job after graduation has spoken of his delight after it was named as an example of sector best practice. Dr Andy Clegg is the national...
Jonathan David Little
2nd July 2015
A READER in Music Composition and Music History at the University of Chichester has won major choral music awards in both Australia and the UK. Jonathan David Little is one of only seven living British composers whose work was recently selected by an elite judging panel – established by the Royal...
Prof Terry Eagleton
26th June 2015
Professor Terry Eagleton is answering the question: Was Jesus a Revolutionary? in a lecture organised by the Chichester Theological Society. One of the world’s best-known British literary and cultural theorists, Professor Eagleton, is popular for his political radicalism and his controversial...
Importance of the Bible in contemporary culture explored at innovative conference
24th June 2015
THE uses of the Bible in contemporary Western culture and its frequently in the media, art, and politics is to be explored at an innovative conference at the University of Chichester this week. The event, which has been organised by the institution as well as the Bible Society, will include...
Chi Rocks
24th June 2015
THE next generation of music stars have taken to the stage to showcase their talents at the University of Chichester’s annual school of rock. Nearly one hundred budding musicians joined the Chi Rocks event, which aims to give the young students an insight into university life and encourage them to...
Ágnes Kovács with BSC Sports and Exercise Psychology Student Jessica Frayne
22nd June 2015
AN OLYMPIC and world champion swimmer has caused a splash after giving a once-in-a-lifetime masterclass to students from University of Chichester. Ágnes Kovács, who competed for Hungary at the Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000, and Greece 2004 games, gave the lesson in breaststroke at the Littlehampton...
E-J Hughes with Gwyneth Lewis credit Graham Shackleton
22nd June 2015
TWO creative writers from Chichester have been awarded book contracts following the launch of a joint-venture between the University and Cinnamon Press, a leading independent publisher of contemporary poetry and fiction. Work by PhD student Emma Jane Hughes and her MA colleague Donna Kirstein was...
ISPU students
16th June 2015
The International Short Programme Unit of the Chichester Institute of Education has successfully tendered for and won a long-term training contract with the Hubei Provincial Education Department in China to train Chinese Teachers. The contract is part of the 2015 Hubei Province Train the Trainer...
Professor Jacqueline Simpson
15th June 2015
THE history of Sussex’s oldest fairy tales have been unearthed by the former advisor to famed author Terry Pratchett. Professor Jacqueline Simpson, who is England’s foremost living folklorist, presented an introduction to the county’s ancient stories at the University of Chichester. The talk was ...

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