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Students from the University of Chester are hoping to tantalise taste buds while raising money for a good cause, at a cheese and wine tasting evening.
Contortion, live dance acts, acrobatics and martial arts demonstrations are all set for a Chinese New Year Gala celebration at the University of Chester.
Prolific French author Patrick Modiano was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature last year, but his work remains largely unfamiliar to British audiences.
Renowned space scientist Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock is headlining two free events at the University of Chester in a bid to encourage girls and young women to reach for the stars and consider a career in science.
Despite more than two decades of international legislation to reduce the global loss of biodiversity, extinction rates of species across the world remain as high as ever.
A University of Chester academic is piecing together a patchwork of untold stories that capture the life and times of people in Cheshire during the First World War.
A research project, led by a Senior Lecturer in Photography at the University of Chester, has been shortlisted for a prestigious national innovation award.
A group of the city’s young carers experienced the magic of treading the boards, thanks to kind-hearted University of Chester student volunteers and Santander Universities UK.
An experienced academic leader, with an extensive record of achievement in higher education, has been appointed as Associate Dean in the University of Chester’s Business School.
Determination has paid off for University of Chester Business School student Zara Rimmer, who enjoyed the experience of a lifetime during her work based learning placement.
A group of Education students at the University of Chester was able to question one of Labour’s Shadow Ministers ahead of the General Election during a debate.
Students from the University of Chester are hosting a ladies-only pamper evening, to raise money for local charity, Hope House Children’s Hospices.
Leading experts and advisers on areas of equality and diversity will be speaking at the University of Chester’s 10th annual Diversity Festival, forming part of the institution’s 175th anniversary celebrations.
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.
Enterprising students from the University of Chester have been given the exciting opportunity to travel to Milan for the Global Entrepreneurship Congress 2015 (GEC2015) thanks to the support of the local business community.
Students at the University of Chester are putting a twist on Pancake Day by hosting an American Pancake Brunch and Country Fayre to raise money for Warrington Foodbank.
Nutritionists are calling for male Chester residents to take part in a clinical study which aims to better understand the impact that vitamin D supplements could have on heart disease and diabetes.
Students from the University of Chester are holding a 1940s-themed afternoon in aid of Help for Heroes.
Students from the University of Chester are taking Telford’s Warehouse back to the Roaring Twenties to raise money for Chester’s Deafness Support Network (DSN).