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21st December 2017
A UNIVERSITY of Chichester lecturer has been voted as one of the leading voices for the prevention of drowning: the third most common cause of unintentional death worldwide. Dr Jenny Smith, from the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences, was named on a list of influential women for her work in...
21st December 2017
THE history of legendary tales from European mythology has been revealed by two University of Chichester lectures as part of a new Netflix series released this month. Myths and Monsters, available from Saturday 23 December, unearths the unexpected stories of the world’s most popular myths. Dr...
20th December 2017
A PRODUCER of the hit sci-fi series Black Mirror has spoken of his reaction to winning an Emmy award for his work on the Netflix series. Laurie Borg, who was responsible for critically-acclaimed San Junipero episode, visited the University of Chichester to talk about his career in film and...
18th December 2017
ARTIST from the University of Chichester have collaborated on an exhibition which utilises practical and material experimentation as a means to examine the world around them. The students, of the MA Fine Art degree, have joined together to curate and present their work for the Solvitur Ambulando...
14th December 2017
A TEAM of apprentices from the University of Chichester have been commended by the Ministry of Defence for their innovative computer concept which uses artificial intelligence to support the British Armed Forces. Students James Seden Smith, Patrick Morrissey, and Jake Howard, on the Digital and...
6th December 2017
CHRISTMAS carolers from the University of Chichester will be singing next week to raise money for charities working throughout the winter season. Musicians and vocalists of the University’s Chamber Choir will perform traditional songs and contemporary music for its annual seasonal concert. The...
6th December 2017
A TRADITIONAL topping-out ceremony has taken place at the University of Chichester’s £35m Engineering and Digital Technology Park on its Bognor Regis Campus. In a ritual believed to date back centuries Vice-Chancellor Professor Jane Longmore poured oil and wine and scattered corn and salt over the...
6th December 2017
A COMMUNITY orchestra unlike any other in Chichester is hosting its first formal concert tonight with help from a University professor. The Encore Chichester Community Orchestra was launched by Professor Laura Ritchie, of the Department of Music, as a non-competitive ensemble for adults, many of...
30th November 2017
The Department of History and Politics welcomed Dr Nicola Clarke to discuss The ‘Almost Boleyn’ Girls: the Howard Women 1485-1558. The Howard dynasty epitomises what we think of as Tudor politics. As dukes of Norfolk, they advised Henry VIII, won the Battle of Flodden in 1513, and put two family...
30th November 2017
The Department of History and Politics hosted Chris Pope on Thursday 23 November to speak on the world of supporting education as conducted by the Prince's teaching institute.   This one-hour, interactive session was very useful for all colleagues working with schools in one capacity or another.  

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