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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.

 

June 2, 2020

Nadea’s creations make for ‘happy bunnies’

A student at the University of Chester has been inspired to pick up her sewing needles and bring a smile to others during the pandemic.

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June 1, 2020

Launch of Brightside:- Prepare for HE

A new online mentoring programme to help students prepare for university.

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May 29, 2020

Explore the world of police investigation from your own home

Learn more about the world of a Senior Investigating Officer (SIO) and their role in a police force from the comfort of your own home in the latest in the University’s ‘Kitchen Sessions’.

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May 27, 2020

The show must go on - University production adapts to suit the times

Students are discovering that not only must the show go on, but sometimes an opportunity can arise from a challenge.

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May 26, 2020

New guidance for using creativity for wellbeing in the workplace launched

A new international practice framework, designed by a University of Chester Professor, has been launched to help a wide range of people from managers to teachers use creative practices for wellbein

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May 22, 2020

Music students turn lockdown into a creative opportunity

‘Locked down’ music students at the University of Chester are set to hit the right note with an online fundraising music festival.

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May 22, 2020

Virtual art space brings student work to the comforts of home

A virtual gallery has been created by talented and adaptable staff and students at the University of Chester to enable first year work to be celebrated with the public despite the lockdown.

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May 20, 2020

Grant awarded to tackle the global challenge of ‘decent work’

A Professor at the University of Chester has been awarded a prestigious research grant to conduct an internationally ground-breaking project to re-think what counts as ‘decent work’, using innovati

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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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