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1st November 2017
MEN are on average 20 per cent less likely than women to seek prompt medical help when they need it and rates of suicide and depression are increasing across Europe, a study has found. An innovative cross-border project, Step By Step (SBS), has been granted European Union funding to help address...
31st October 2017
GOLD medal-winning athletes, philanthropists, and a renowned engineer are among 11 influential figures to receive prestigious accolades from the University of Chichester. The dignitaries, who will receive honorary doctorates, were recognised for the contributions to their fields at a graduation...
25th October 2017
Alison MacLeod, Professor of Contemporary Fiction at the University of Chichester, novelist and short story writer, has been selected as a finalist for Canada’s prestigious Governor General’s Awards for Fiction for her most recent book, the story collection “All the Beloved Ghosts” published this...
21st October 2017
21 October 2017 Goldsmiths' College, London What are the latest research findings in Black British History?  How are young and emerging scholars of Black British History, particularly those of African and Caribbean heritage, pushing the boundaries of knowledge and redrawing the field?  How can...
13th October 2017
A TEAM of blind sailors are celebrating a golden victory after winning an international competition with help from a University of Chichester student. Undergraduate Ben Hazeldine, 20, skippered the Great British squad to first place at the recent world championships held on Lake Michigan in the...
12th October 2017
CHICHESTER is among the happiest places to live in the United Kingdom, a study has revealed. The city was ranked in the top ten of a nationwide survey which asked residents and students for their views on community spirit, safety, and the friendliness of its citizens. The study, conducted by...
12th October 2017
A GOLD medal-winning skier from Chichester has spoken of how she overcame two serious knee injuries to top the podium at the British indoor championships. Athlete Zoe Karavasili, a third-year student at the University, finished first at the national under-21 competition in the summer after a four-...
12th October 2017
THE work of George Dannatt – a pre-eminent English exponent of constructivist art – has been donated to the University of Chichester. Dragon Hill, created by the artist in 1996, was bestowed by the George Dannatt Trust to be part of the Otter Gallery's twentieth-century collection. Mr Dannatt is...
10th October 2017
Last week Vice Chancellor, Professor Jane Longmore, accompanied by Professor Jim Lynch, Chair of Governors, invited The Earl of Selborne, Chair of the Foundation for Science and Technology, to come and see the new Engineering and Digital Technology Park being constructed on the eastern side of the...
4th October 2017
The History and Politics department welcomed Dr Charlotte L Riley to the University on Wednesday 8 October. Dr Riley discussed 'An Ethical Foreign Policy? Thinking about British Overseas Development in the Late Colonial and Post-Colonial Era'.  

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