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A University of Brighton alumna has been named the new UK Comics Laureate.
Brighton students will play a role in the upcoming CINECITY Film Festival, the full programme of which has been revealed today.
The quality of teaching experienced by students at the university has been judged to consistently exceed the rigorous national requirements for Higher Education in the UK.
Dawn Scott, Professor of Mammal Ecology and Conservation at the University of Brighton, presents her inaugural lecture 'Human-Carnivore Conflict and Coexistence' at the Sallis-Benney Theatre, 7 November 2018.