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Sports Science postgrad Yulin Wang
5th July 2016
A POP-UP talking shop where academics and scholars will be discussing topical issues facing the nation as well as their latest cutting-edge research is to open in Chichester next week. The idea of the one-day boutique, which is free to view on Wednesday 13 July, is for members of the public to talk...
Cheetah research
4th July 2016
THE science of how cheetahs can sprint nearly three times the speed of Olympic champion Usain Bolt has been revealed to the BBC One Show by a senior lecturer from the University of Chichester. Dr Penny Hudson, of the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences, studied the anatomy and biomechanics of...
Monotony by Ben Enwonwu (1948)
1st July 2016
The unfamiliar story of an extraordinary assortment of twentieth-century artwork buried in a Chichester gallery for more than half a century is one of artistic flare and the determination of two teachers working in the face of war-torn and penniless Britain. This, the history of the Bishop Otter...
Moving Sites: Investigating Site-Specific Dance Performance
1st July 2016
SITE-DANCE as a vital form of contemporary practice is the subject of a new book edited by a senior lecturer of Dance at the University of Chichester. Dr Victoria Hunter, who began as a freelance contemporary choreographer and movement director, contributed to the title Moving Sites: Investigating...
Distinguished US army scientist to speak at Chichester
30th June 2016
A FORMER scientist of the United States army who has pioneered research into human performance and injury prevention will be talking at the University of Chichester next week. Professor Bradley Nindl, who leads the exploration into neuromuscular and growth hormones at the University of Pittsburgh,...
Metropolitan University’s business school and student hub buildings
29th June 2016
A NEW feature silhouetted across the Manchester skyline is the Metropolitan University’s business school and student hub. It was in this setting in June that Dr Hazel Beadle, a Senior Lecturer in Leadership and Management at the University of Chichester’s Institute of Education, presented her...
Professor Higson with pupils of Kingsham Primary School
20th June 2016
INTERSTELLAR salad seeds launched into space for a mission with astronaut Tim Peake have been cultivated by Chichester schoolchildren on being returned to Earth. The cosmic kernels were farmed by pupils of Kingsham Primary School for a science experiment to understand how food grows in zero-gravity...
Dance psychology student Aska Sakuta
15th June 2016
A PIONEERING doctoral candidate of dance has been commended after impressing a panel of judges with her innovative thesis. Ms Aska Sakuta, a student of dance psychology at the University of Chichester, was praised after winning first prize of the acclaimed Three Minute Thesis competition. The...
High and low culture - elite and popular constructions
7th June 2016
THE terror attacks in Paris last year and the potential impact of Brexit on France will be discussed at an international conference in Chichester next month. World-renowned academics of the Society for the Study of French History will, for the first time, meet at the University of Chichester as...
Campus redevelopments - new academic building
3rd June 2016
THE latest stage of a multimillion-pound academic building which will provide ultramodern teaching rooms for thousands of students has been unveiled. A ceremony was held to mark the topping out of the development, situated at the Chichester campus, after work on the structure reached its highest...

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