School of Applied Sciences
Technicians in the School of Applied Sciences support teaching, research, and enterprise across a diverse range of fields including biology, biomedical science, chemistry, ecology and conservation, geography, the Earth, environment, and pharmacy.
They ensure the continuing upkeep of the schools’ facilities and provide expertise and demonstration in areas such as HPLC, Tissue Culture, Flow Cytometry, Mass Spectrophotometry, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Electron microscopy, microbiology XRF and ICP.
School of Architecture, Technology and Engineering
The technical staff within the School of Architecture, Technology and Engineering manage a range of specialist facilities on the Moulsecoomb campus.
They support a broad range of activities which include: building and land surveying, mechanical, electrical and electronic design and manufacture, materials testing (civil and mechanical), product design, rapid prototyping, interior and architectural design.
They also provide technical support and demonstration of specialist skills for our undergraduate and postgraduate teaching programmes alongside research and enterprise.
School of Art and Media
The School of Art and Media technical team provide technical support across four subject areas: fashion textiles and 3D, fine art, media and visual communications. Providing specialist inductions, demonstrations and skill sessions to our undergraduate, postgraduate students and support to our research and enterprise.
They manage and support a wide range of specialist technical facilities which include: film and photographic studios, digital manufacturing, wood metal and ceramics workshops, printmaking, painting studios, weaving knitting workshops including industrial machinery, fashion workshops, book arts letter press and digital typography.
School of Education
The School of Education technical staff provide ancillary technical support for a variety of undergraduate, postgraduate and apprenticeship courses for training teachers. They are also involved in the health and safety, and compliance aspects of our workshops and laboratories. Their specialist areas are science, maths art, design and technology and computer science.
School of Sport and Health Sciences
The technical staff within the School of Sport and Health Sciences provide support for teaching, research, consultancy and enterprise across five subject areas nursing sciences, sport and physical activity, health and rehabilitation, acute care, and health wellbeing and resilience.
They manage a range of specialist facilities on the Eastbourne and Falmer sites, including the Welkin sport science laboratories, Ward Hall strength and conditioning gym, nutrition suite, clinical skills rooms, simulation suites and Leaf Hospital. They ensure the continual upkeep of all the equipment across these facilities and provide technical support and demonstration of specialist skills for our undergraduate and postgraduate teaching programmes alongside research and enterprise.