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23rd April 2013
Much has been written about Margaret Thatcher since her death on 8th April at the age of 87, with the debate largely centred on her controversial policies and divisive legacy. A leading political theologian at the University of Chichester has written an article that offers a look at Margaret...
16th April 2013
The University of Chichester is to host a free blind football taster event on Saturday 20th April, from 10am to 12pm. The focus of the event, which is supported by Chichester District Council, is to create a safe environment in which blind and partially-sighted people can take part in this popular...
18th March 2013
On Tuesday 26th March, the Sussex Centre for Folklore, Fairy Tales and Fantasy welcomes the founding father of Fairy Tale studies to the University of Chichester. Having been awarded funding by the prestigious Leverhulme Trust, Professor Jack Zipes is currently Leverhulme Visiting Professor at...
5th March 2013
Two students from the University of Chichester have represented Sussex Women’s U19 in an international cricket tournament in Dubai. Sophie Parnell and Jade Elphick were part of the team that competed in the Arabian Cricket Challenge (ARCH). The Sussex U19 team was only established last year;...
25th February 2013
Wednesday 27th February 2013 from 18.00pm to 20.00pm We are lucky to be able to welcome two speakers: Entrepreneur Kate Bendix, who founded www.myitchydog.co.uk and is a co founder of www.worthingcoworking.co.uk. Kate is going to be talking about her journey from a small £25 website package to a...
19th December 2012
A leading figure in the women and sport movement recently travelled to Taiwan to reflect on the London 2012 Games. Dr Elizabeth Pike is Head of the Department of Sport Development and Management at the University of Chichester and Chair of the Anita White Foundation. Elizabeth was a visiting...
20th November 2012
Elderly care is a hotly politicised debate, as a recent Daily Mail article attests, but a student has been successful in a top poetry competition with a poem that focusses on the human element. University of Chichester student Emma-Jayne Hughes, who studies English and Creative Writing, entered the...
28th August 2012
Members of the public have an opportunity to discover the University of Chichester’s history of supporting the Olympics and the Royal Family as part of this year’s Heritage Open Day. The Chichester and Bognor Regis campuses will both be open for tours, giving people a chance to learn more about the...
24th July 2012
The breadth and depth of the University of Chichester’s sporting expertise has been shown to an international audience at a major pre-Olympics conference. The ICSEMIS sports science conference between 19-24 July welcomed delegates and speakers from more than 70 countries to share expertise in every...
18th July 2012
An award-winning author has thanked the University of Chichester for its influence on her writing career as she celebrated a hat-trick of triumphs in international fiction competitions. English and Creative Writing graduate Melanie Whipman said that she was thrilled by the success of the short...

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