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Professor Lynne Kennedy
April 29, 2020

Food poverty expert considers National Food Service need

A national expert in food poverty has questioned whether now is the time to establish a National Food Service to ensure that there is sufficient food for all people, at all times.

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April 27, 2020

Bringing the teaching of education into the virtual world

Classrooms may be currently closed, but Education professionals from across the region and beyond are being offered free development workshops by the University of Chester.

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April 27, 2020

Grant awarded to help motivate ex-Service personnel to register with GPs

Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT) has awarded £133,150 for research to examine how an advertising campaign can motivate ex-Service personnel to register with primary health care practices.

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Members of public are invited to a virtual book launch event.
April 27, 2020

Public invited to virtual book launch event

An afternoon of book launches featuring film, music and language, is due to take place this week – but with a social distancing difference.

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Sian O'Dell
April 24, 2020

Dietetics students answer ‘call to arms’ against COVID-19

Dietetics students at the University of Chester have joined the fight to support the NHS in its battle against COVID-19.

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April 24, 2020

University music technician welcomes students to his ‘Temporary Virtual World'

A former University of Chester student, who now works at the institution, has found a creative way to cope with the pressures of social isolation and offer words of reassurance to current students.

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Lecturers from the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences at the University of Chester have developed a series of online pocket lectures.
April 23, 2020

Sports and Exercise Sciences academics deliver pocket lecture series

Lecturers from the Department of Sports and Exercise Sciences (SES) have been embracing new ways of teaching – and have delivered a series of one and five minute ‘pocket lectures’ online.

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Students at Elfed High School in Buckley examining a medieval shoe.
April 23, 2020

School children get a handle on the everyday items of the past

School children have had the opportunity to gain a rare and privileged insight into medieval and modern history – by being able to handle some of the everyday items from those times.

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April 23, 2020

Cars, music and the legacy of Elvis Presley explored in new books

The relationship between cars and music and the enduring relevance of Elvis Presley are examined in two new books by a popular music and culture researcher at the University of Chester.

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An online teaching discussion which took place as part of the wellbeing day.
April 22, 2020

University’s Staff Wellbeing Conference leads the way in finding the new normal

A collaborative and innovative online event was hosted by the University on Thursday April 16, which encouraged staff to focus on their wellbeing during lockdown.

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