Please find listings of our 2020 new stories below:
This University of Brighton conference will explore how higher and degree apprenticeships can help organisations to develop their future workforce efficiently.
18 December 2020
The #10000BlackInterns initiative has been designed to help transform the horizons and prospects of talented young Black people in the UK.
17 December 2020
Results of a three-year study examining issues faced by people who self-fund later life care will be unveiled at the University of Brighton today.
Dr Yan Wang has been chosen as one of the year's 30 most inspiring women in manufacturing by KTN/The Manufacturer magazine for work on sustainable processes.
Professor David Nash and colleagues have been nominated for Research Project of the Year by the UK's top-selling archaeology magazine, Current Archaeology.
14 December 2020
Employers are continuing to benefit from successful work placements with University of Brighton students, despite the huge disruption caused by COVID-19.
11 December 2020
The Royal Anthropological Institute's 2020 Photographic Studies Award has gone to University of Brighton's Professor of Photographic History, Darren Newbury.
10 December 2020
University of Brighton Digital Film graduate has been awarded third place in the Best Student Film category at the Her International Film Festival 2020.
9 December 2020
The University of Brighton is delivering pioneering research to help address the sanitation crisis across Asia and Africa.
3 December 2020
The university is a lead partner on the Common Ambition project which aims to improve healthcare for people experiencing homelessness in Brighton and Hove.
2 December 2020
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