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Graduation
November 5, 2018

Celebrating the success of University's newest graduates and the achievements of the great and the good

A record number of students, from the full range of subjects and qualifications offered at the University of Chester, will gather together to celebrate their academic achievements over four days of Graduation this week.

Special Constable Thomas Hayes.
November 1, 2018

Joint efforts by University and police help the whole community

A joint initiative by the University of Chester and Cheshire Constabulary has enabled students to settle safely into their new homes.

Some of the local Great Taste winners with the NoWFOOD team from the University of Chester.
October 31, 2018

University’s NoWFOOD Centre celebrates having Great Taste!

The University of Chester’s NoWFOOD Centre has been celebrating the news that its clients have ‘Great Taste’.

Student Musicians
October 29, 2018

Chester residents make and share musical memories at Turtle Song

A musical performance, based on memories of the city, is being developed by people with memory problems and a group of student musicians at the University of Chester.

Lydia Kinman-Carrol
October 29, 2018

Engineering experience proves invaluable for trail-blazing student

A Mechanical Engineering student from the University of Chester’s Faculty of Science and Engineering has become the first female student to complete a work placement at the ERDF funded Innovation to Commercialisation (I2C) project at Thornton Science Park.

Staff working with a 3D printer
October 26, 2018

Art of 3D printing to be revealed in latest I2C masterclass

Innovators from across the region will have the opportunity next month to learn all about mastering the art of polymer additive manufacturing, or 3D printing as it’s more commonly known, thanks to a special masterclass provided by the University of Chester’s ERDF-funded I2C (Innovation to Commercialisation) project.

•	Professor Nigel John presents the University’s research to the ‘Welsh Health Gadget Hack’.
October 25, 2018

University team to work with Welsh Ambulance Service researching VR training for paramedics

A project aiming to provide vital paramedic training through Virtual Reality (VR) has won ‘The Welsh Health Gadget Hack’.

Students talk with a young patient
October 25, 2018

Haygarth Public Lecture explores the health of children in the 21st century

This year’s annual Haygarth Public Lecture will focus on the health of children.

Student volunteers take a dog for a walk
October 24, 2018

Student volunteers offer a great op-‘paw’-tunity for dog owners in Chester

A group of student volunteers at the University of Chester are running a dog walking voluntary project to help owners who are either elderly or struggling to exercise their pooches due to ill-health.

Handling Medieval Shoes
October 23, 2018

Everyday objects – and their role in understanding history – explored in Chester partnership

An academic from the University of Chester has been awarded a grant to research the role that everyday objects have played in helping to understand (and shape) history.

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