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Graylingwell Hospital heritage project
15th May 2015
THE history of one of the country’s most famous mental health institutions has been unearthed in a new book. Beneath the Water Tower, which is released this week, brings together the stories and voices of Graylingwell Hospital following a year-long heritage project of the institution. The hospital...
Mark Floyer - PhD in poetry
15th May 2015
A SERIES of bursaries are being offered to students for a chance to undertake a PhD at the University of Chichester. As many as ten studentships, worth £13,000 annually for three years, are available for those aiming to complete a doctorate within one of seven research areas. This includes English...
Project Cars
11th May 2015
THE soundtrack to one of this year’s hotly-anticipated videogames has been scored by a lecturer at the University of Chichester. A high-revving track for racing simulator Project Cars, which has already topped the UK charts, was composed by Reader in Film Composition Dr Stephen Baysted. It was then...
3Fall at Pallant House Gallery
8th May 2015
AN INNOVATIVE night-time performance held at a Chichester museum next week is aiming to bring the work of a renowned British sculptor to life. Students of the University of Chichester’s 3Fall dance company will perform at Pallant House Gallery on Thursday 14 May interacting with an exhibition of...
Music students
1st May 2015
A PLEA to raise thousands of pounds has been made by musicians from the University of Chichester to fund the final part of an innovative collaboration which involves a class of high school students from a disadvantaged area north of Los Angeles. The Don’t You Quit event happening this month has...
Burdellen-Sussex-Centre
29th April 2015
A RESEARCHER from the University of Chichester has topped the bill at an international conference which showcased her pioneering work of engaging with fairy tale and folklore fanatics. Heather Robbins, an assistant at the Sussex Centre for Folklore, Fairy Tales and Fantasy, was chosen to present at...
Maggie Sawkins
23rd April 2015
PRIZE-WINNING poet Maggie Sawkins is to return to Chichester tomorrow to launch her new book at the University where she studied. The winner of the prestigious Ted Hughes Award for New Poetry in 2013 will be reading from her new collection Zones of Avoidance (Cinnamon Press). The collection is a...
Child_Development_And_The_Brain
15th April 2015
NEW research detailing how childhood experiences influence the development of the brain has been collated in a book by two Chichester authors. Child Development and the Brain has been written by Reader in Psychology Dr Esther Burkitt and counsellor Rob Abbott after years of study at the University...
Author panel
14th April 2015
A PANEL of successful editors and agents will be answering questions and offering a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the world of publishing at the University of Chichester. The free event, organised by the institution’s Department of English & Creative Writing, is open to members of the public, as...
SEND conference
14th April 2015
AN EVENT highlighting mental health in schools is being held at the University of Chichester this month. The institution’s annual Special Educational Needs and Disability conference, which takes place from 10am to 4pm on Thursday 21 May, will include insights from keynote speaker Professor Richard...

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