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28th November 2006
Following the screening of Senior Dance Lecturer, Marisa Zanotti’s short film drama ‘At the end of the sentence’ at the Message to Man Festival in St Petersburg earlier this year, and subsequently at the LA Shorts Film Festival in September, her film has now been nominated for the prestigious...
28th November 2006
Following on from the launch in 2005 of the critically acclaimed PC racing simulations, GTR and GT Legends, Dr Stephen Baysted has recently been involved in the production of GTR2 which has now been released worldwide (www.gtr-game.com). GTR2 is based on the FIA GT racing series and features some...
27th November 2006
Dr Robin Baker, Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of Kent, has been appointed Vice-Chancellor of the University of Chichester to succeed Professor Philip Robinson who retires in April 2007. Dr Baker is a specialist in the history and languages of Eastern Europe, subjects on which he has...
27th September 2006
Listen out for the music in Pizza Hut's current ‘Dunk Your Dipper’ advertisement on prime time television. The music was composed by University of Chichester's Senior Lecturer in Music, Dr Stephen Baysted. The brief from the advertising agency was to compose thirty seconds of music, synchronised...
20th September 2006
A recent PhD graduate from the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Science at the University of Chichester has won second prize for a research paper that he presented at the 24th International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports held in Salzburg, Austria. 26-year-old Paul Worsfold who comes from...
12th September 2006
The new Sunday Times University Guide 2006 was published on 10 September and included the following write-up on the University of Chichester. “Chichester is one of three institutions to gain university status since our last publication. The smallest university in the country with fewer than 3,000...
30th August 2006
On 29 August 2006, Richard Hoare, OBE, a member of the University’s Board of Governors, formally opened the new £4m student accommodation development on the Bishop Otter Campus, Chichester. From September 2006, an additional 124 first year students will be accommodated in the new residences....
30th August 2006
The Times Higher satisfaction score is an overall measure of the ratings provided by students in the national satisfaction survey. It is an institutional average of the scores received for 21 questions. Students rated their lecturers on a five-point scale in categories ranging from teaching (for...
9th August 2006
Fine Art graduate David Pratt is already enjoying some brilliant success since leaving university. His work Suburban Odyssey, created for his degree show, has been selected by the Cass Sculpture Foundation to be exhibited at Goodwood amongst the work of other internationally renowned sculptors....
20th May 2006
One of the nation's leading poets launched her brand new book at the University of Chichester. In a coup for the University, Vicki Feaver gave the first-ever reading from her new collection in the Mitre Lecture Theatre. Vicki's reading from The Book of Blood marked the publication by Cape of...

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