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A courageous war veteran, who has dedicated his life to helping others overcome obstacles, opened the University of Chester’s Diversity Festival 2014.
Photography students from the University of Chester have captured Warrington’s community spirit on camera as part of a photography exhibition at a local community centre.
The biggest health and social care problem of a generation is the focus of discussion at a public event being hosted at the University of Chester.
They face potentially hostile situations on a daily basis, so the sooner police officers can identify and react to a threat, the better their chances of protecting the public.
As the University of Chester’s NoWFOOD Food Research and Development Centre approaches completion, its team of professionals is ready to talk to small and medium enterprise (SME) food and drink producers who may be eligible for funded assistance through the European Region.
Students from the University of Chester are celebrating another impressive performance from Team Chester at this year’s British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Gatorade Nationals, scooping one gold medal and two top 10 positions.
An ambitious feature-length film, produced to encourage more children and adults to get outside and reconnect with nature, will be screened at the University of Chester.
Free business support seminars for Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) at the Riverside Innovation Centre (RIC)
A group of enterprising students from the University of Chester has been given the exciting opportunity to travel to Moscow for the Global Entrepreneurship Congress 2014 (GEC2014), thanks to the support of the local business community.
Juile Sheen, a student nurse at the University of Chester, has been shortlisted for a national award following her hard work in developing a campaign to raise awareness about mental health and wellbeing.
Business Management and Entrepreneurship students from the University of Chester have demonstrated their business skills by competing against other enterprising students from across the region.
A group of students from the University of Chester has seen its designs turned into interactive learning activities for a new recycling education centre.
A Professor from the Theology and Religious Studies Department at the University of Chester has been appointed by the Bishop of Chester to be the next Canon Theologian of Chester Cathedral.
Kind-hearted students have teamed up with cinema giant Odeon to raise money for children’s charity the NSPCC at an event to celebrate the release of The Lego Movie.
A University of Chester led programme which will enable capital investment and business growth in North West based chemical sector companies has been launched.
This year’s Annual Westminster Lecture at the University of Chester will reflect on the lessons of 50 years of working in Whitehall and Westminster.
A leading retail expert will share his expertise with students and academic staff at the University of Chester.
A University of Chester graduate’s career has taken a remarkable turn as his educational archaeology company has identified a ‘goldmine’ at Land’s End, dug up not by his team, but by a colony of rabbits.
Students and staff at the University of Chester have celebrated the start of the Year of the Horse in the first of a series of activities.
A group of Events Management students from the University of Chester has been praised by the city’s Lord Mayor for its role in making some of the city’s most high profile events a success.