On Wednesday 22nd November at 6.30pm, Parliamentary Candidate for Brighton Pavilion, Siân Berry, will be speaking to students at the European Political Affairs Society event.
Take a look at some of the partnerships, prizes and events you will benefit from if you choose our Creative Writing courses at the University of Brighton.
English language and media student Bella on why taking the Media in Practice module and finding a placement at a production company helped her find her career goal after a difficult second year.
Wesley Ankrah graduated from Brighton in 2012 with a BA(Hons) in Criminology and Sociology is now the Director of Social Value at Savills.
Continue reading “My experience at Brighton gave me the platform to find meaning and purpose in my future career.”
Veneta Roberts who studied Creative Writing at undergraduate and postgraduate level at the University of Brighton has been offered a place on the publishing giant’s six-week programme which helps students to participate in, and navigate, the publishing industry.
University of Brighton students have landed three out of five competitive placements as researchers on the latest series of BBC Radio 4’s You’re Dead to Me, one of the station’s most popular programmes.
Continue reading “Three Humanities and Social Science PhD students land research roles at BBC”
Craig Jordan-Baker, who teaches creative writing and literature, has just published a new book featuring prose and poetry, charting the history, landscape and divisions of the Bann, Northern Ireland’s longest river
We know the path to success doesn’t always go smoothly, so we asked our lecturers about the ups and downs on their path to the University of Brighton. Today it’s Eliza who teaches art history, and whose love for the subject stemmed from an interest in literature and poetry.
University of Brighton has received £450,000 to boost its innovative arts and humanities-based research and impact initiatives over the next three years. Continue reading “New UKRI funding for Brighton to accelerate real-world research impact”
While studying Creative Writing at the University of Brighton, Harry Hillery worked with the Terrence Higgins Trust as part of the Communities of Practice module, where they became artist-in-residence and started archiving stories. Continue reading “Creative Writing MA grad launches Brighton Aids Memorial Exhibition”
Dr Kate Aughterson and Dr Jess Moriarty are inviting academics, students, writers, artists and practitioners to the University of Brighton’s Centre for Arts and Wellbeing symposium looking at Maternity and Wellbeing on 13 November. Continue reading “Literature and creative writing lecturers lead online symposium”
Lecturers from our literature, language, linguistics and creative writing programme explain the different degrees in these short presentations. Continue reading “English staff talk you through our undergraduate courses”
This week Michael Neu and Robin Dunford spoke at the London School of Economics’ Philosophy Forum as part of a panel discussing the topic of ‘peace’. Continue reading “Humanities lecturers invited to discuss the topic of ‘peace’ at LSE”
Campus tours offer a great opportunity to visit the campus where your course is based and get a feel for what it will be like to be a student here. Continue reading “Last chance for campus tours before UCAS deadline!”
Third year psychology students recently held a ‘Day of Social Justice’ on our Falmer campus. Continue reading “A day of social justice”
History of Art and Design final year student Wendy Fraser has won the £500 Khadija Saye Visual Culture Breakthrough Award 2016/17 . Continue reading “Student wins Breakthrough Award”
Award-winning writer, TV personality, presenter and equality campaigner Paris Lees is featured as one of seven influential women to mark the 100th anniversary since women were granted the vote. Continue reading “Brighton alumna Paris Lees hailed as New Suffragette by Vogue”
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Held at Edward Street, these lectures – which run from October 2017 to March 2018 – see visiting academics discuss this thought-provoking issue. Continue reading “New lecture series announced: Thinking the Politics of ‘Race’”
Until now, little research has been carried out into the role friends and, in particular, best friends play in building resilience to adversity – surviving and thriving in the face of difficult times.
The new preliminary study, by Dr Rebecca Graber, University of Brighton Senior Lecturer in Psychology, for the first time provides long-term statistical evidence of the enormous benefit these valued social relationships have on adults’ resilience. Continue reading “Study proves that friendships really do matter”
Following President Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement, School of Applied Social Science, Principal Lecturer and Social Psychologist, Dr Matthew Adams shares his view in an article for The Conversation.
This time he gives his view on whether ‘Trump’s climate policy may backfire, as he unwittingly plays an old psychologists’ trick’.
Can be viewed here.