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Lecturer Becki Tall teaching the first cohort of students on the MA in Dyscalculia Research and Practice.
November 25, 2019

University launches Master’s degree course aimed at giving teachers skills to help youngsters with maths learning difficulties

The first Master’s degree course in the UK to enable teachers to properly understand and help children with dyscalculia and maths-related learning difficulties has been launched by the University of Chester.

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Alan Izzard receives the proceeds from the book sale from Professor Annette McIntosh Scott and Dr Val Gant
November 22, 2019

Warrington Campus raises money for local disabled sportsman

Staff and students at the University of Chester’s Warrington Campus have raised over £150 to help a disabled sportsman to compete on the world stage.


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Leanne Gauchwin with her award
November 22, 2019

Nursing student named ‘Pride of St Helens’ for dementia initiative

A student nurse from the University of Chester has received an award for helping the people in her community who live with dementia.

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Back row R-L – Andrew Daines (Visit Flanders); Dr Maeve Marmion, Head of Experience Economy and Dr Andy Lyon, Chester Business School. Front row L-R – Laura McGovern; Regina Csonka and Natasha Gomez- Gutierrez
November 21, 2019

Conference showcases University graduates’ talent for tourism

Former students showcased all they learned at the University of Chester when they presented at an internationally important conference.


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•	IChemE Young Industrialist of the Year 2019 finalist, Angus Strowbridge, at the awards, with the host, Warwick Davies.
November 19, 2019

Hat-trick of nominations propels Chemical Engineering Department to finals of international awards

Innovative teaching methods and unique courses developed through close collaborations with industry partners have earned the University of Chester’s Department of Chemical Engineering worldwide recognition.

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Professor Tim Wheeler, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Chester, giving a welcome speech to new Koura staff with Simon Gardner (far left) General Manager, United Kingdom, for Koura.
November 18, 2019

World market leader moves UK Pharma operations to Thornton Science Park

A world market leader, which helps over 100 million people around the world to manage their asthma, has moved its UK Pharma operations to the University of Chester’s Thornton Science Park.

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Marianne Inns with boyfriend James and Sybi the dog
November 18, 2019

Graduates celebrate the diversity of opportunities that an English degree can bring

In the wake of their recent graduation ceremonies at Chester Cathedral, four graduates from the Department of English at the University of Chester have been sharing their experiences and demonstrating the variety of research and study opportunities that a degree in English can offer.


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Associate Professor Michelle Mattison
November 18, 2019

Major research project aims to improve quality of legal witness statements

How witness statements used in a court of law are prepared and produced is to be researched by an Associate Professor at the University of Chester – with the aim of improving both their quality, and, ultimately, the administration of justice.

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Chaplaincy staff and students of the University at the Fairtrade floral display.
November 15, 2019

University celebrates Fairtrade anniversary with flowers

A stunning floral display has been created at the University of Chester to celebrate 25 years of the Fairtrade mark in the UK.

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November 14, 2019

Culinary extravaganza hailed a sweet success

Queens of Tarts competed alongside Soggy Bottoms and Jammy Dodgers to raise hundreds of pounds for charity in a celebration of baking expertise, organised by the University of Chester.

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