Dr Youngha Chang, Lecturer in Innovation Management, SPRU, University of Sussex Business School, applied his own innovative thinking to overcoming the initial challenges of moving to a blended teaching environment at the start of semester one 2020. Youngha realised he was not alone and that colleagues right across the sector were all having to grapple with the same technological and teaching questions. Here he shares his experience with the practical steps he took to create the best blended learning environment he could for his students.Read more ›
By Amy Sweet, Business School Green Impact Team
Whether you’re celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah or other festive celebrations this year, get some sustainability inspiration with these 21 waste-less ideas:Read more ›
Dr Zahira Jaser, Deputy Director of the Sussex MBA and Assistant Professor in Organisational Behaviour, talks about the move to blended learning during Covid19 and overcoming the challenges that presented.Read more ›
By Business School alumna Vivian Kwan (BSc Marketing and Management, 2018)
Maybe you’ve never written a dissertation before and don’t know where to start?
No worries, I was there once, so I completely understand how you feel!
With some hard-work and structure, I passed with a high mark and achieved the Best Research Project Award. I hope this blog will help show you how to approach writing your dissertation.Read more ›
By Caroline Gentry, MBA 2020 class
The pandemic has not stopped the diverse mix of students in this year’s MBA programme from getting together and learning as a group, thanks to the Business School’s blended learning approach.Read more ›
This month, the Business School’s Green Team have put together a wonderful wellbeing calendar for the month of November, with links to, and ideas for, plenty of actions to look after yourself and your mental health.Read more ›
ASPIRE is a mentoring initiative to connect students with staff volunteer mentors. While all staff and students can participate in ASPIRE, the scheme particularly encourages staff and students of colour to apply. Business School student Marley Ahmed (BSc Business and Management Studies) speaks to us about the ASPIRE mentoring scheme, how he’s found it helpful, and why you should get involved.Read more ›
Marcus Atkinson, Business Engagement Manager and School Green Team member considers how moves to make our streets more cycle friendly has sparked debate.Read more ›
The 2020 BAME Ambassador programme involved a group of students who assisted the University towards closing the Awarding Gap and improving the BAME Student experience. The Student Union launched the programme in March 2020 after months of hard work by its Officers, students and staff. At the start of the 2020-21 academic year, the programme has been renamed Race Equity Advocates.Read more ›