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7th August 2014
PLANS to stimulate the south coast economy by creating thousands of new jobs have been praised by the University of Chichester Vice-Chancellor following his reappointment to the region’s Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). Professor Clive Behagg commended the new £202million deal signed between...
28th July 2014
A ‘SPECIAL’ partnership between the University of Chichester and a leading institution in America aimed at offering students a chance to study abroad has been praised by a Reader in Modern History. The scheme, which has been running for three years, is part of a joint relationship between the...
25th July 2014
ANCIENT artefacts unearthed in Chichester have been brought back to life in a series of new videos created by a history student. Undergraduate Emily Nazer, from the University of Chichester, filmed the shorts while on work experience at the Novium museum. The videos, which have been published on...
20th June 2014
Professor of Exercise Physiology Mark Willems will today showcase his findings on how New Zealand blackcurrants could be beneficial for endurance athletes at an international conference. The event, led by the International Society of Sports Nutrition, is being held in Florida, USA, and will be...
13th June 2014
Women and Sport Research Officer Jordan Matthews is today presenting findings from his PhD at the International Working Group for Women and Sport (IWG) sixth World Conference on Women and Sport in Helsinki. Using interviews conducted with prominent women and sport personnel, as well as extensive...
20th May 2014
THE University of Chichester is delighted to announce that Professor Barry Carpenter OBE, pictured, will be the speaker at our annual Special Educational Needs and Disability conference. He will present a keynote at the event, which will be held on Tuesday 24 June at Bognor Regis campus, about...
20th May 2014
Next month, the Women’s Sport Leadership Academy (WSLA) 2014 will bring together outstanding female delegates, eighteen from the UK and twenty from overseas, to provide a unique learning environment that will support the women to further develop their leadership competencies. Organised by the Anita...
20th May 2014
STUDENTS moving home for the summer are being reminded to cash in on their unused TV licences. Those who purchased licences at the start of the academic year will have a full three months remaining and can claim a refund. To be eligible students must have a TV licence, be leaving their halls or...
7th March 2014
A NEW book providing a comprehensive analysis of peacekeeping in Africa has been co-edited by a Senior Lecturer at the University of Chichester. Peacekeeping in Africa: The Evolving Security Architecture was published by Dr Marco Wyss, previously a Senior Research Fellow in international security...
18th February 2014
BUDDING entrepreneurs from across the country received expert help and advice on starting and growing a business in Horsham last week. More than 40 firms offered their time and support at this year’s Microbiz, which was held on Saturday 8 March by Horsham District Council and the University of...

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