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Thursday, 16 February 2017

Mother's Day Sunday Lunch at the University of Chester

A gourmet lunch, open to the public at our iconic Queen's Park brasserie with beautiful views of the River Dee is available for Mothering Sunday.  Booking is essential.





Tuesday, 7 February 2017

February 2017

We can't believe it's February!

Welly Wednesdays

Our Volunteer Co-ordinator runs Welly Wednesdays helping students get outdoors in the community and taking part in environmental projects.  The most recent Welly Wednesday involved students helping to dig over ground with members of the Dig in the Quarter team who are preparing a wildflower meadow on Orchard Street in the Garden Quarter.  If you have an outdoor environmental project that you think could benefit from a Welly Wednesday please email volunteering@chester.ac.uk

Community Clean Up

On 11th February Chester Students’ Union are holding a big Community Clean Up in the Garden Quarter.  A skip was is on campus and students will transport rubbish for local residents unable to make it to the skip themselves.




Public Events Coming Up

University of Chester Diversity Festival
 
 

 
 
 
Each year the Diversity Festival provides a focus through which the University actively promotes, challenges and develops an understanding of equality, diversity and multiculturalism. Members of the local community are welcome.
The full programme and details of how to book can be found on the University website at www.chester.ac.uk/about/diversity-and-equality/diversity-festival

Chinese Language and Culture Evenings 2nd, 16th, & 30th March 2017 18:30 – 20:30

Join us in an informal setting to learn Chinese phrases, exchange culture and meet new friends!

Specific evenings will cover topics or activities on Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese Film, Tang Poems, Taichi and Chinese traditional music.


Molloy Building, Room CML114 University of Chester, Parkgate Road, Chester, CH1 4BJ

 To see the full programme of events, please visit: www.chester.ac.uk/at-chester/events
 

Work Based Learning

 
Most of our second year undergraduate students undertake the Work Based Learning module which involves spending 5 weeks (May-June) working for an organisation.  In addition to the project outcomes or work tasks completed during the placement, each student will produce a reflective report that focuses on their skills development.
Could your organisation benefit from a five week unpaid placement?  Would you like to get involved with a scheme that helps nurture the next generation of employees?
You can find full information on our website at www.chester.ac.uk/wbl or give the team a call on 01244 512100.