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May 20, 2020

Using the power of nature to help young children learn

The importance of the link between nature and child development could help parents help their young children with learning vocabulary during lockdown, according to an Early Years expert. 

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Dr Wendy Dossett, from the Department of Theology and Religious Studies.
May 19, 2020

University offers live lunchtime webinars for A level Religious Studies students

A level Religious Studies students – and their teachers – are able to take advantage of live lunchtime webinars being offered by University academics.

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Gillian Seale
May 18, 2020

Books will celebrate the lives of NHS staff

A University of Chester student wants to create two special books to honour, celebrate and remember the NHS frontline workers who have lost their lives while serving the community during the corona

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Megan Rushton with a dress that she has ‘upcycled’.
May 13, 2020

Sustainable fashion survey – participants needed

An expert in sustainability and material culture at the University of Chester is keen to recruit young people aged 18 to 25 for a study about the clothes they choose to wear.

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May 13, 2020

Students collaborate virtually to create a dancefloor track for lockdown

Dancefloors across the globe may currently lie empty but that hasn’t prevented a group of music production students from releasing their new single.

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Hems de Winter
May 12, 2020

Well-known local businessman inspires future marketers online

Despite lockdown conditions, the University’s Marketing students are continuing to benefit from the expertise of prestigious external marketers.

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Elaine Jackson
May 11, 2020

Appreciating and learning using our outlook, not just our Outlook

Education experts at the University of Chester are encouraging us to use the view from our windows as a way to learn more about the world.

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The Kitchen Sessions
May 11, 2020

Chester widens its online offer to the public with The Kitchen Sessions

Having successfully moved its teaching online, the University is now offering live online teaching sessions to future students and members of the public – in a series called The Kitchen Sessions.

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 A group of students from the Business School have been testing their creative skills by marketing a Cheshire-based travel, fitness and team energiser company during the pandemic lockdown.
May 11, 2020

Students adapt their work-based project for business under ‘lockdown’

A group of students from the Business School have been testing their creative skills by marketing a Cheshire-based travel, fitness and team energiser company during the pandemic lockdown.

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 Professor Elizabeth Mason-Whitehead, with an original letter from Florence Nightingale written from the Crimea in 1856. (The image was taken in 2010, when the letter was purchased by the University for the Riverside Museum.)
May 11, 2020

200 years on – celebrating Florence Nightingale’s legacy

The University of Chester is hosting a timely lecture to celebrate the bicentenary of the iconic founder of modern nursing – Florence Nightingale.

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