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11th June 2019
  LEADING figures from the world’s largest sporting network for women have paid tribute to the University of Chichester for its commitment to improving gender equity in sport. Pioneers from the IWG, the International Working Group on Women and Sport, met with academics to discuss plans to develop...
10th June 2019
Professor Roger Woods, Teaching Regulation Agency What happens when teachers break the rules? Monday 1 July 2019 5.00 - 6.00pm The Dome 0.01, Bognor Regis campus You are invited to join us for an expert seminar by Professor Roger Woods, a professional conduct panellist for the Teaching Regulation...
10th June 2019
AN AMBITIOUS basketball player from Chichester has thanked a charity after she was given thousands of pounds to buy a new wheelchair that will help her play at the highest level. Bobbi Clarke, a student at the University of Chichester, received more than £2,000 from the Steve Bernard Foundation...
10th June 2019
Equivalent to supporting over 147,300 jobs Sports and Exercise Science (SES) students/graduates show a social and public benefit of £7.8billion 96 per cent of SES graduates stay in the UK A SES graduate will earn £667,000 more in their working life compared to if they had a Level 3 education (A...
7th June 2019
  MORE THAN 1,100 students from schools throughout the south have visited the University of Chichester for the Festival of Sport. The event, organised by the Institute of Sport, provides year nine and ten students with opportunities to participate in different sports, learn about exercise and its...
7th June 2019
  A YOUTH drop-in centre which supports vulnerable schoolchildren in Sussex and was developed with help from the University of Chichester has been honoured by the Queen. The Bell Tower received the prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, which is the highest accolade given to community...
4th June 2019
D-DAY will live long in our memory, says University historian Dr Andrew Smith, but not many people know that Chichester played a key role in the invasion by coordinating fighter squadrons from RAF Tangmere.     A FLEET of Nazi Stuka dive-bombers attacked RAF Tangmere in August 1940, in what was...
4th June 2019
  THE University of Chichester is marking the role of West Sussex in the D-Day Landings on their 75th anniversary – including its own part as a centre of operations for the RAF and as host for international leaders and military personnel. The county’s strategic geographical position made it ideal...
3rd June 2019
    OLYMPIC champion and University of Chichester honorary graduate Hannah Mills MBE has spoken of her delight after winning a silver medal at the European championships. The Great Britain sailor, who was given an honorary doctorate of science in 2017, finished runner-up at the event at Italy’s...
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...

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