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3rd June 2019
Best Anthology award goes to a collection of drinking stories edited by University of Chichester senior lecturer   A LECTURER from the University of Chichester has won a national award for an anthology of stories which capture the comedies, tragedies, pleasures, pains, and horrors of alcohol. High...
30th May 2019
  A UNIVERSITY artist has been given exclusive access behind-the-scenes at the renowned Chichester Festival Theatre. Sculptural installation postgraduate Charlotte McCarthy has been chosen as this year’s emerging artist in residence. The project intends to develop the MA Fine Art student’s skills...
29th May 2019
Advancing dementia affects relationships between carers and those in their care It also affects relationships between those with dementia in care and their families, and the relationship between residents A better understanding of behaviour and behavioural change the key to sustaining good...
28th May 2019
  DANCE is both transformative, sparks curiosity, and has the capacity to shape lives, says Jo Hodson-Prior, PGCE dance tutor at University of Chichester For many students, she says, it is the reason that they get out of bed and go into school in the morning. Yet, according to a recent BBC survey...
24th May 2019
NETBALL picked up the prestigious club of the year honour in the final accolade handed out at the University of Chichester 2019 Sports Awards. The event, hosted by the Sports Federation and Students' Union, was attended by more than 300 athletes from clubs such as lacrosse, basketball, and...
23rd May 2019
  A MUSICAL by students from the University of Chichester has raised thousands of pounds for a West Sussex charity which cares for visually-impaired people. Copacabana, devised from Barry Manilow’s hit songs, helped to raise more than £7,700 for 4Sight Vision Support, based in Bognor Regis. The...
23rd May 2019
  A CAT has had a week to fur-get after getting stuck up the University of Chichester’s tallest tree for nearly three days. The black-and-white moggy was a whisker away from losing one of its nine lives before being saved by firefighters, who scaled the 70-foot sequoia redwood using an extended...
22nd May 2019
  THE biggest exhibition of manga artwork to be shown outside Japan, The Citi exhibition Manga, is on display in the British Museum – and an academic from the University of Chichester is part of the team who have made it happen. Through 2018 and 2019 University of Chichester historian Professor...
21st May 2019
  STUDENTS and staff from the University of Chichester have been praised for their commitment to sustainability and wellness by a national initiative. A number of accolades were given out at last week’s Jump awards, which encourages people to engage in environmental and wellbeing programmes. It...
16th May 2019
  A PROJECT at the University of Chichester is transforming the lives of homeless people by empowering them with the confidence and skills to apply for degree courses. The pioneering initiative, which is the first of its kind in the UK, helps students without necessary qualifications to learn new...

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