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•	Alex Jones providing a demonstration of the app to Their Royal Highnesses, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
March 19, 2019

Former student helps to design new digital wellbeing app for children

A University of Chester Computer Science graduate and current PhD student has designed a pioneering children’s smartphone safety app with his colleagues at the BBC.

England’s first Registered Nursing Associates following their graduation.
March 19, 2019

Pioneering trainee nurse associates first to graduate from the University

The first-ever cohort of new trainee nursing associates has just graduated from the University of Chester.

Joanna Lumley and Stephen Barlow
March 19, 2019

Dame Patricia Routledge and Joanna Lumley OBE honoured at graduation

Two of the UK’s ‘national treasures’, Dame Patricia Routledge, DBE and Joanna Lumley, OBE joined celebrated conductor Stephen Barlow; and the founding head of Public Health England, Duncan Selbie, to receive honorary doctorates from the University of Chester on Friday, March 15.

Offa's Dyke
March 19, 2019

Students discuss borders and frontiers in fourth public archaeology conference

A series of archaeological lectures, run by students at the University of Chester, returns for its fourth time to the city’s Grosvenor Museum this Wednesday (March 20).

Caroline Tee
March 19, 2019

University academic awarded international research funding to explore British Muslim civic life

A Senior Lecturer in Islamic Studies at the University of Chester has been awarded a major research grant focusing on British Islam. Dr Caroline Tee’s project will investigate how Muslims in the United Kingdom read, understand and apply the religious teachings of the Qur’an and Sunna (the sayings, customs and example of the Prophet Muhammad) in their daily lives – specifically when it comes to decisions about how to partake in civic life.