CHESTER University lecturers are among fifty lecturers and learning support staff who have been awarded prestigious National Teaching Fellowships from the Higher Education Academy.
Professor Shirley Pearce, vice chancellor of Loughborough University and chair of the Advisory Panel for the individual awards, said: “These Fellows represent a diversity of disciplines and specialisms from a wide range of institutions.Š Their achievements in promoting excellence in teaching and learning are hugely impressive and of great benefit to students and staff across higher education.”
The winners will receive their awards at a ceremony and dinner in London on September 24.
WITH the number of non-surgical cosmetic treatments carried out in the Chester region increasing 14-fold in the last five years, leading clinic SkinGenesis has recruited experienced therapist Jayne Hill to its team.
Jayne joins the team, which is based at Michael Owen’s 10Bridge Health and Wellbeing Centre in Helsby, from the Park Royal Hotel and Spa.
HUNDREDS of Chester shoppers and businesses were hit by the Sayers sandwich squad and treated to a free lunch.
The free lunch is part of a regional campaign to launch Sayers new and improved sandwich range with new varieties. including Simply, Healthy Choice, Deep Fill and Luxury sandwiches.