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Professor Ken Green (photographed while attending the Annual Sport and Exercise Sciences Research and Careers Conference at the University of Chester).
March 7, 2019

Olympic recognition for University professor

A Professor at the University of Chester has had his work recognised by the Olympic World Library.

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Professor David Clough
March 7, 2019

University Professor tours US and Canada promoting new animal-friendly publication

A University of Chester Professor has just completed a month-long book tour of the US and Canada. David Clough, who is Professor of Theological Ethics, is promoting his new work on the study of human practice in relation to other animals.

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Lunt Sunset
March 7, 2019

Bringing the Stone Age to life

Archaeologists from the University of Chester are set to become part of an exciting new project to raise the profile of the region’s prehistoric heritage.

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Ayoup Jarrai and Jessica Kelly with all three awards.
March 6, 2019

Student entrepreneur’s sustainable co-operative sweeps the board

A student-led business has swept the board at the Young Enterprise Student Start-up Regional Finals with an initiative which will help support communities in North Africa.

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Dr Simon Grennan
March 5, 2019

Academic output from Department of Art and Design demonstrates expertise in the field

The work of academics from the University of Chester in the field of Art and Design has been recognised in a succession of books and publications.

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Graeme Law
March 5, 2019

Former pro-footballer graduates from the University of Chester.

The footballing profession is widely viewed as one of the most luxurious and extravagant – but much of this is just an illusion, according to a PhD student soon to graduate from the University of Chester. And he should know!

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March 4, 2019

Employers must overcome fear of using positive action to address under-representation in apprenticeships and help close gender, ethnicity and disability pay gaps

More employers need to recognise the benefits of using positive action to increase the number of female, disabled and ethnic minority apprentices in Britain and help address the barriers these groups face in wider employment, according to the national equality body. 

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March 4, 2019

University of Chester lecturer celebrates UK’s national heritage with show at Grosvenor Museum

A University of Chester lecturer has put together an exhibition of work by internationally renowned printmaker, David Ferry.

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