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As the country and the world pulls together during the COVID-19 pandemic, inspirational stories are keeping our spirits high - and we’ve got our own to tell at the University of Chester.

We’re determined not to let the coronavirus outbreak affect our students’ education, and true to the University’s ethos, the wellbeing and academic achievements of our students remains our main focus. But we have also been answering the call that’s been heard across the nation to help our NHS, like many other universities. We’re proud of our students and we’re proud of our staff, so we wanted to share their stories with you.

 

James Bradfield and Shane McAuliffe
October 27, 2020

Dietitians have all the right ingredients for success

When it comes to health and nutrition it’s often said that you get out what you put in.

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October 26, 2020

Education students explore their lockdown experiences through song

The thoughts, feelings and experiences of students at the University of Chester during lockdown have been put into song by one of the city’s leading musicians.

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The British Ritual Innovation under COVID-19 project team.
October 26, 2020

Major study examines how religious life has adapted since pandemic

Two academics have launched a major research project into how British religious communities of all faiths have had to adapt during the pandemic. 

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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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 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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Sumatran orangutans are among the many species being pushed to the brink of extinction by unsustainable oil palm plantations.
October 2, 2020

University to #jointhecountdown to virtual TEDx event

The University is part of a global event which is aiming to champion and accelerate solutions to the climate crisis.

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Archaeology students - image taken in 2019
September 23, 2020

Archaeologists return to Grosvenor Park

(Please note that this photo was taken in 2019)

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