Geography, Earth and environment at Brighton

Join us at our campus open day on Saturday 18 June

Open days are a great way to find out about the local area and the campus where you will be studying. You will also be able to hear more about your chosen subject and talk to our staff and current students. If you are thinking of beginning your studies in 2017, you can find out…

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Do you need some help with job hunting?

Student Services are offering their annual ’Transform Your Life’ two day graduate employability course. ‘Transform Your Life’ 2 day University of Brighton graduate employability course Monday 13 and Tuesday 14 June 2016 This course is particularly suited to any final year students or graduates who may be finding the next stage of their career rather…

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Geophysical survey reveals hidden Preston Park feature

Brighton Museum, the University of Brighton and Brighton & Hove Archaeological Society have completed a geophysical survey of Brighton’s Preston Park – and discovered a Second World War secret. The survey, supported by the Friends of Preston Park, looked beneath the surface of the park to find signs of archaeological activity. Brighton and Hove has…

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Exploring our biodiversity refuge

Dr Chris Joyce was invited by the c-change team at the University to help celebrate International Biodiversity Day with a walk to Moulsecoomb’s very own biodiversity refuge, the Watts bank (near the Watts building). Around 15 colleagues from across the university joined the walk during which Dr Joyce introduced the biodiversity of the University generally…

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Join us on a biodiversity walk

Sunday 22 May is International Day for Biological Diversity and to celebrate, the c-change campaign at uni have organised a bio-diversity walk on the Moulsecoombe campus with Professor Chris Joyce from our school at 12.30 on Monday 23 May. Join Chris for a short lunchtime walk to look at and learn more about the work…

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Bake Off at Brighton

Today was the inaugural SET Bake Off for students and staff, judged by our university’s very own Vice Chancellor, Debra Humphris. And what a success it was with lots of tempting treats to tingle our tastebuds. Prizes went to: Kirsty Smallbone for Best ‘Tastebud Tingler’ (staff) Carol Bill for ‘Best Showstopper’ (staff) Tom Marriott, student,…

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Green MEP Keith Taylor visits University of Brighton

MEP’s air pollution warning Green MEP Keith Taylor is visiting the University of Brighton’s new advanced air quality monitoring station, the first of its kind in the UK to detect harmful nano-sized particles and their gaseous precursors. Mr Taylor, who represents the South East, said: “Public Health England statistics show poor air quality is responsible…

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