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5th April 2019
  In 2012 the Australian government instituted a federal government inquiry into endemic child sexual abuse across the country. It had unprecedented scope, lasting five years and involving six Commissioners and funding of nearly $400 million. The outcome of the inquiry was the publication of the...
2nd April 2019
  A GROUP of acting students have been given exclusivity over two new shows from award-winning playwrights which are heading to the West End this year. Undergraduates from the University of Chichester’s acting degree will be performing in the productions, created by renowned writers Adam Barnard...
29th March 2019
  When Josh Winstone talks about life in ‘the pit’ his reference point is not the coal mine but the theatre. Conditions, dark and sweaty, might be similar and the daily grind of the work recognisable but this is the orchestra pit, a source of camaraderie, an academy of development, and a reservoir...
28th March 2019
  Dr Hugh Dunkerley, Programme Coordinator for the successful MA in Creative Writing at the University of Chichester, has published his second collection of poems entitled Kin. His first collection, Hare, was published to critical acclaim in 2010. Kin extends the themes of Hare with a focus on the...
27th March 2019
  A NEW book by a University of Chichester academic which examines links between the pivotal works of renowned 20th century authors and scientists has been nominated for a national award. Dr Rachel Crossland was shortlisted by the British Society for Literature and Science for its annual prize for...
27th March 2019
  Olympic champions need passion and resilience in equal measure to succeed. Long before she graduated from the University of Chichester in 2001, Saskia Clark had shown a talent for sailing that had already been noted by coaches at national level. It was developing a sense of independence and...
27th March 2019
  IF YOU lived in and around Chichester at the time of D-Day and have any memories of that momentous time, then local historians would like to involve you in an oral history project about the period. The project is led by historians from the University of Chichester, who are working closely with...
21st March 2019
  Internationally-acclaimed author Kate Mosse OBE is to become a Visiting Professor in Creative Writing and Contemporary Fiction at the University of Chichester. Kate and her work are award-winning and multimillion selling. The author of eight novels and short story collections, her Languedoc...
21st March 2019
  ONE of the dancers of the famed London 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony has given a masterclass to University of Chichester students. Visionary hip hop artist Kenrick Sandy MBE, who has choreographed for Cheryl, Rita Ora, and Dizzee Rascal, hosted a workshop for postgraduates from the...
20th March 2019
  TWO women important to the history of the University of Chichester and the progress of women in education, have been honoured with entries in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Sarah Frances (Fanny) Trevor (1818 to 1904) and Dr Dorothy May Meads (1891 to 1958) were both principals of...

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