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15th February 2012
Former University of Chichester lecturer Dr Isla Duncan has published a ground-breaking book on the work of the Canadian writer Alice Munro. Isla, who lectured in the Department of English & Creative Writing until her retirement in 2009, remains a research associate at the university. She...
6th January 2012
The learning environment for thousands of students at the University of Chichester has improved with the opening of a new building on its Bognor Regis Campus. A new Learning Resource Centre (LRC) marks the completion of the latest stage of a multi-million pound development project for the site....
15th December 2011
The University of Chichester Students' Union and Hyde Martlet are continuing their collaboration on a community project that aims to help local young people gain transferrable skills. Beatz Break Barriers (BBB) is a 60-hour urban music and dance project funded by Hyde Martlet and delivered by the...
21st November 2011
A Students' Union bar at the University of Chichester has won a top national award for its work in promoting safe alcohol retailing and student safety. The Zee Bar, situated at the University's Bishop Otter Campus in Chichester, was selected as the best university campus bar in the country when...
8th June 2011
The University of Chichester has moved up 41 places in the People and Planet Green League 2011, published this week. The institution, which has campuses in Chichester and Bognor Regis, rose from 82nd to joint 41st place, recognition of the University’s commitment to environmental sustainability...
21st September 2010
The University of Chichester has demonstrated its commitment to sexual orientation equality in the workplace by signing up to the Stonewall’s Diversity Champions Programme. Staff at the University will work with Stonewall associate Dave Small, who is based in Chichester, to identify best practice...
20th May 2010
The Independent’s Complete University Guide 2011 published today (20th May) has ranked the University of Chichester as the best publicly funded modern university in the UK for ‘student satisfaction’. It is ranked in the top 10 out of 115 higher educational establishments in the same category.  ...
31st March 2010
Ashes To Ashes actor Philip Glenister is to be the next guest at the University of Chichester as part of a series of events organised by its Media department. Philip will be in conversation for the ‘Media Department presents’ series with programme co-ordinator Dr Adam Locks on Monday 19 April at...
5th March 2010
The former Sussex country retreat of authors Leonard and Virginia Woolf is the subject of a new book from a University of Chichester graduate. A History of Monks House and Village of Rodmell has been researched and written by Julie Singleton, and has been published by Cecil Woolf, the nephew of...
15th February 2010
Dr Stephen Baysted, who is also the director of sound and music for Slightly Mad Studios, worked with colleagues in the video game and film industries for two years to develop the soundtrack and sound effects for Shift, the latest game in the Need For Speed series. His industry experience means...

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