Watch Dr Nick McGlynn’s presentation about what geography is really about and why studying it is such a great choice.
Third year Ecology and Conservation student Kayleigh was part of the group of students who joined Professor Hawkins from the University of Southampton on his rock pool surveys earlier this year. Find out how she got involved, what she worked on and more about studying Ecology and Conservation at Brighton, (you can read about Amy’s experience on the project here, too).
I heard about this opportunity through Dr. Corina Ciocan via a Teams group dedicated to rockpool exploration. Which really shows how important networking with your peers/teaching staff is! Continue reading “Making the most of networking opportunities to take part in research”
We’re really pleased to welcome our Pharmacy students back in to the lab this term. Working with Covid guidelines in place, our new first year students got off to a flying start with their first practical session, introducing them to key laboratory skills. Continue reading “It’s good to be back in the lab”
We employ students to work with staff and peers to review our curriculum and decolonise learning and teaching. Third year Pharmacy student Emmanuel published this piece on our student blog about his experience.
Hi! My name’s Emmanuel and I’m a third-year Pharmacy student. I’m part of the Inclusive Practice Partnership (IPP) Scheme focusing on working alongside department leaders in decolonising the curriculum. Continue reading “Improving my curriculum – whilst being a current student!”
Pioneering research by Dr Sarah Purnell on flaws in water and sewerage company pollution reporting has been published in a leading global journal.
The study published in the journal PLOS ONE by Dr Purnell – a Principal Research Fellow in the School of Applied Sciences – marks the first external analysis of nationwide pollution incident data. It found worrying trends in the pollution incident performance of water and sewerage companies across England, as well as questioning the onus on self-reporting by companies which made important judgements on comparative performance difficult. Continue reading “Brighton academic spotlights water pollution reporting failings”
Amy is in her third year studying Ecology and Conservation at Brighton. Earlier this year she was one of a small group of students lucky enough to be involved in a rock pool survey with Professor Hawkins from the University of Southampton, (you can read about Kayleigh’s experience on the project here, too). Continue reading “Rock pool survey discoveries”