Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

Inaugural lecture series Spring 2024

Book now for three thought-provoking lectures

Our spring series of thought-provoking lectures from leading academics is nearly underway. Book now to reserve your place.

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Join our LGBTQ+ History Month events

February is LGBTQ+ History Month, a time to celebrate and remember the history of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer communities.

City Nature Challenge 2023

Take part in the City Nature Challenge 2023

Attention all budding naturalists! Get involved with the City Nature Challenge, an international campaign to discover and record as much wildlife as possible over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend. Just download and use the iNaturalist app.

Fundraising Concert in aid of Sussex Cancer Fund

Fundraising Concert for the Sussex Cancer Fund 29 March 2023

Wednesday 29 March, 6:30-8pm at St Andrew’s Church, Hillside, Moulsecoomb, Brighton. Kindly organised by the School of Applied Sciences and performed by students and staff of the University of Brighton.

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Inaugural lectures – summer series

Following our successful spring series, our inaugural lecture summer series is now open for bookings.  Inaugural lectures are the first lecture delivered by a newly appointed professor at the University of Brighton and are followed by a catered reception where informal conversation can take place. The lectures are free to attend for all students, staff…

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Community Clean Up event at Moulsecoomb – 23 March

We are organising a Community Clean Up event at Moulsecoomb on Thursday 23 March, and all students and staff are invited.

Join us in celebrating International Women’s Day 2023

Award-winning author Sheena Patel will be giving a book reading and taking part in a Q&A at the University of Brighton on 8 March 2023 as part of our International Women’s Day celebrations, in addition to events being hosted by our Schools. We hope you get involved.   International Women’s Day seeks to challenge gender stereotypes and…

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Lewes Speakers Festival 20-22 January 2023

The Lewes Speakers Festival has brought together a number of authors to talk about their latest literature. This is a great chance to hear from authors with notable political, media and journalist backgrounds.

Andrew Dilley lecture: Touching a nerve

Book your place at our upcoming Inaugural lecture series

We host inaugural lectures throughout the academic year. These events are free, open to students, staff and the public and are the first lecture delivered by a newly-appointed professor at the University.

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Join our Disability History Month speakers this November

As part of this year’s UK Disability History Month (UKDHM), which takes place from Wednesday 16 November to Friday 16 December 2022 with a theme of Disability, Health and Wellbeing, the University has organised a series of online events for staff and students.

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