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24th February 2015
THE life of a long-serving Red Cross nurse from Chichester will be retold TODAY using the letters she shared with soldiers fighting in the First World War. The experiences of former Bishop Otter student Dorothy French, who lived between 1895 and 1989, will be illustrated at the free event tonight,...
24th February 2015
A NEW seminars series examining the future landscape of theology and the impact of new atheism is starting TODAY at the University of Chichester. The free-for-all lectures open tonight (Tuesday 24 February) with a discussion about atheism, which reached its pinnacle in the late 2000s with books by...
Artwork by Alan Lee, concept artist of the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit films
11th February 2015
THE Sussex Centre for Folklore, Fairy Tales, and Fantasy will host a visual presentation by the chairman of the Tolkien Society TONIGHT (Tuesday 24 February). The event will focus on the books and films of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit and will be led by Shaun Gunner, head of the...
Chichester students in Lanzarote
11th February 2015
In January the University of Chichester took a group of year two BA Primary Education and Teaching (BAPET) and Adventure Education students to Lanzarote. The initiative is now in its 16th year, but in the last two years a new development has enabled each to work in primary schools for a week and...
Portsmouth News' sports awards
11th February 2015
THE University of Chichester has teamed-up with the Portsmouth News to celebrate the achievements of sporting heroes from the nearby area. The newspaper’s annual Sports Awards, which are now in its 13th year, are dedicated to recognising the best talent from across Hampshire and West Sussex. More...
Game Mothibi visits Chichester
6th February 2015
A LEADING female sports figure has visited the University of Chichester to see how the institution is helping to tackle issues relating to women and sport. Game Mothibi, a former games manager of the Botswanan National Sports Council, is the Secretary General of the International Working Group for...
Prof Clive Behagg with government ministers
29th January 2015
As part of the Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership’s Growth Deal with Government, the University of Chichester has been awarded £8million to launch a new Engineering and Digital Technology Park at the Bognor Regis Campus, providing cutting edge skills to 500 students per year. Vice-...
Chichester student wins prestigious Costa Short Story Award
28th January 2015
A CHICHESTER student has been named among the best writers in the country at a national awards ceremony. Short story writer Zoe Gilbert was crowned winner of the Costa Short Story Award for her tale Fishskin, Hareskin, about a fisherman’s wife who attempts to escape her new life by returning to the...
David Morrissey
28th January 2015
UPDATE: Unfortunately David has had to postpone this talk due to commitments in LA, but he will be back later this year!   A STAR of the hit zombie drama The Walking Dead will be speaking about his time on the apocalyptic series and other career highlights in Chichester next month. Actor and...
28th January 2015
Students turn code-crackers with Bletchley Park expert PGCE Secondary History trainees have recently spent a day working with Andrew Payne, head of education at the National Archives, exploring ways in which they can use the archives in their teaching. Trainees decoded a memo intercepted by...

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