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Just a few small actions can improve your physical and mental health, according to a world-renowned American Professor of Psychology, who’s set to deliver a public lecture at the University of Chester next month.
A senior University of Chester lecturer made a major contribution to a broadcast that explored the spiritual dimension of Alcoholics Anonymous’ famous recovery programme.
Female bodybuilding, AIDS, morbid curiosities and motherhood are just a few of the topics to be examined in depth at a conference at the University of Chester next week.
A University of Chester media student joined two of his lecturers to help bridge the ‘generation gap’ as part of a school history project to mark the centenary of the Great War.
University of Chester student Colin Tate hopes his research will encourage a new generation of GP partners to develop their business skills alongside their clinical skills.
The research project of a University of Chester Master’s graduand, has identified key areas in which organisations can implement robust succession strategies, to ensure the future health of their business.
A PhD study by an academic from the University of Chester will form part of a national strategy for improving Great Britain’s chances of performing at the elite level in the emerging sport of handball.
Research conducted by a University of Chester Master’s graduand has led to ground breaking work in Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) pedagogical practice.
A travelling exhibition that explores Germany’s evolving response to the Holocaust visits the University of Chester later this month.
A colourful procession of around 200 staff will grace the city streets on Friday as the University of Chester approaches one of the highlights of its 175th anniversary. As part of the University’s spring graduation on March 20, time-honoured traditions will be observed before the second ceremony takes place in Chester Cathedral in the afternoon.
Nominations for the University of Chester’s Student Employee of The Year are now open and local businesses can nominate too!
A graduand has utilised the skills and experience gained during his time at the University of Chester to partner in the creation of a new business.
The skies above the city centre will come alive with a burst of colour this weekend, when the University of Chester invites residents and visitors to join students and staff and share in its 175th Anniversary celebrations with a spectacular free fireworks display.
Chester residents will have the chance to question candidates standing in the General Election at a hustings taking place at the University of Chester next week.
The University of Chester's latest annual review offers a comprehensive snapshot in time of the everyday life and world-beating achievements of one of England’s longest-established higher education institutions.
The cream of the county’s business community has been unveiled, with the announcement of the finalists for the High Sheriff of Cheshire Enterprise Awards in the build up to the annual awards night on Thursday, March 26 at Chester Town Hall.
Pupils from a local high school visited the University of Chester to enjoy traditional cultural activities to celebrate Chinese New Year.
The role of corporate affairs in an increasingly complex and fast-moving ‘digital world’ is the subject of the 2015 ICCPAR (International Centre for Corporate and Public Affairs Research) keynote lecture.
Less than six months after it officially opened its doors, the University of Chester’s North West Food Research Development (NoWFOOD) Centre has been recognised as an accredited training centre for food safety.
An estimated 2.3 million properties in England and Wales – that’s 9% of all properties - lie in areas at risk of flooding.