An expert in contemporary methods of environmentally friendly building design, senior lecturer Duncan Baker-Brown worked with a leading social house firm to build the Waste House at our Grand Parade campus.
Europe's first permanent building made almost entirely of rubbish, it has attracted extensive media interest and won numerous awards including a Special Prize by the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Dr Lucy Noakes is a social and cultural historian with specific interests in war, memory, gender and national identity.
Lucy's research investigates the ways in which the past is remembered, both at an individual level and at the level of established history.
Her publications include work on gender and the military in twentieth century Britain, death, grief and mourning in Second World War Britain, and the remembering of the Great War.
Peter Squires began working at the University of Brighton in 1986. He has helped develop the teaching and research specialism in criminology and criminal justice at the School of Applied Social Science.
He is the UK's leading expert on gun crime and gun control, and is regularly asked to comment in the media on these issues. In the local area he has undertaken research and consultancy with, among others, Sussex Police, the East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service and the Youth Justice Board.