School of Humanities and Social Science academic Rebecca Atkinson has won a national award for groundbreaking research behind a new digital music therapy portal called DUET. Continue reading “Award for life-changing music therapy tool”
The School of Applied Social Sciences are based in Falmer, Brighton and we teach a number of inspirational and thought provoking Applied Social Science courses.
If you are interested in Criminology, Politics, Psychology, Social Policy and Practice, Social Science, Social Work, or Sociology we would love to talk to you about why you should ‘Choose University of Brighton’.
The Falmer open day will be held on the Saturday 1 July 2017, 9am to 5pm.
To find out more, see the timetable and book your place now!
Professor Kate Bullen, Applied Social Science Head of School and Professor of Psychology, has been elected as President of the British Psychological Society (BPS). The BPS is the second largest psychological association in the world, second only to the American Psychological Association. Continue reading “SASS Head of School elected as President of the British Psychological Society”
Sallis Benney Theatre, University of Brighton, BN2 0JY
Tuesday 2 May 2017, 6:00pm – 7:00pm
A radical rethink is needed in how we understand mental health. As part of The British Psychological Society Annual Conference in Brighton 3-5 May, join host of a BBC TV Horizon Special Professor Peter Kinderman for a lively discussion on the need to offer care rather than coercion, to fight for social justice and to establish a society that provides the basis for genuine mental health and wellbeing for all.
Peter Kinderman is a professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Liverpool and an honorary Consultant Clinical Psychologist with Mersey Care NHS Trust.
For further information and to book your free place visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/our-turbulent-minds-everybodys-crazy-but-nobodys-ill-tickets-33151758803?aff=es2
A week of awards ceremonies that will see more than 5,000 students from 71 countries graduate from the University of Brighton kicks off on Monday 25 July.
Numbers of University of Brighton graduates finding jobs or moving into further study hits all-time high.
Announced by the European Commission, the University of Brighton has retained its ‘HR Excellence in Research’ award.
Statement from the Vice-Chancellor on the Orlando shootings
The university is the first university in the country to launch a campaign to cut sugar consumption – and it is being backed by Jamie Oliver.
Draft plans for the university’s Moulsecoomb campus and the regeneration of Preston Barracks are on show from today (22 April).
Source: Plans on show
The university is collaborating in a partnership project to provide a £9.4m funding boost to UK’s innovation growth.
The university today confirmed that it will continue to support the delivery of higher education in Hastings.
International students received high praise from the university for being awarded government scholarships.
Source: Leaders of the future
Professor Tara Dean has been appointed as the new Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research and Enterprise).
A disused Victorian swimming bath complex has been turned into the world’s largest underground skate park – with help from the University of Brighton.
Award-winning actor, presenter and campaigner Adam Pearson has received the university’s Alumnus Award for 2016.
Two days of awards ceremonies are planned for the Brighton Dome as more than 1,750 students graduate from the University of Brighton.
Source: Hats off to our graduates
The university is one of 40 universities sharing in new £167m funding to support doctoral training over two years.
The University of Brighton has installed 663 new solar panels that will reduce its carbon emissions by more than 82 tonnes.
Source: Tapping the sun’s rays