Category Archives: Education

Wear face coverings in all libraries, museums and public buildings

Visitors to all the Council’s libraries, museums and public buildings will be required by law to wear face coverings from this weekend. After introducing a ruling making it mandatory to wear face coverings in shops last month, the Government has now extended this law to all public buildings from Saturday 8 August. Councillor Louise Gittins,…
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Professor Anna Sutton, Provost of University Centre Shrewsbury and Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Chester, announces her retirement.

Professor Anna Sutton, Provost of University Centre Shrewsbury (UCS) and Deputy Vice-Chancellor of University of Chester (UoC), has announced her retirement. Professor Sutton will step down from her duties as UCS Provost on August 10 and as Deputy Vice-Chancellor of UoC at the end of September. Professor Paul Johnson, Dean of Arts and Humanities at…
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Getting September sorted for students

Although the world may feel chaotic and uncertain right now, the University of Chester has got ‘September sorted,’ both for applicants considering higher education this year and returning students. The pandemic may have meant unprecedented times, but staff at the University have been working hard to ensure that the student experience will not only be…
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Liverpool music expert appears on national radio show.

An academic and expert on Liverpool’s 1980s music scene will share his insider’s knowledge as part of a national radio show this week. Dr Paul Skillen, Senior Lecturer in Education Studies at the University of Chester, will appear on the show Cities of Sound, presented by Janice Long on national broadcaster Greatest Hits Radio on…
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