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Buttercup by Estelle Woolley. Copyright Estelle Woolley.
October 20, 2020

Fine Art graduate finds the natural beauty in face masks

An artistic and natural take on face masks has led to international recognition for a graduate in Fine Art from the University of Chester.

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Sian Hughes
October 16, 2020

PhD student celebrates rediscovering her creative voice with new publication

A PhD student at the University is celebrating the publication of her second collection of poetry.

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Molly McEntee-Morris
October 16, 2020

Dietetics student takes on national role

A final year student dietitian at the University of Chester has been elected as the student representative for the profession’s national body; the British Dietetic Association (BDA).

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Peter Gubi
October 13, 2020

New book offers well-being support for clergy

At a time when clergy are being challenged to find new ways of offering pastoral care and spiritual support to others, a well-timed publication aims to support the well-being of clergy themselves.

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Images of the alternative map of Chester, created by first year students in the Department of Art and Design.
October 13, 2020

Students successfully navigate first term with alternative map of Chester

Art and Design students starting at the University of Chester this term are proving that the pandemic is no barrier to creativity - and already have their work on display in the city centre.

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 Image caption:   Academic research study seeks people experiencing hunger and food poverty during COVID-19. Copyright credit: Getty Images - MachineHeadz
October 13, 2020

Academic study seeks experiences of hunger and food poverty during COVID-19

Has COVID-19 affected your ability to provide enough food for you or your family on a regular basis?

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October 12, 2020

Student volunteers are back dog walking again

After taking a ‘paws’ during the initial outbreak of the pandemic earlier this year, the University of Chester’s Student Dog Walkers project is back helping in the community once again.

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COVID 19 University
October 8, 2020

Lecturers continue to bust the myths surrounding COVID-19

Academics who wrote a myth busting guide to COVID-19 six months ago, have issued a new blog with the latest advice, in a bid to combat the ‘fake news’ that continues to circulate about the virus.

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Dr Simon Gwyn Roberts and Ian Rasmussen
October 7, 2020

University academics to take part in Welsh food culture discussion

Building on the momentum of their Food in the Time of Lockdown online project, two academics are part of an online panel exploring how the pandemic has impacted on Welsh food culture.

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St Peter's Church, Woolton
October 6, 2020

Live-stream tour from the place where Lennon first met McCartney

 A History lecturer will host a live-stream tour of the church where John Lennon first met Paul McCartney on what would have been John’s 80th birthday - this Friday, October 9.

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