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Why are permanent exclusions on the rise, and what's really going on in our brain when we're in pain? Reading in the News - 23 July – University of Reading

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Why are permanent exclusions on the rise, and what's really going on in our brain when we're in pain? Reading in the News - 23 July

Release Date 23 July 2018

Scans of the brain

 

Lord Carrington: The Irish Times carry an obituary for Lord Carrington, former Chancellor of the University of Reading.

Permanent exclusions: Prof Helen Bilton (Education) spoke to BBC Berkshire (approx. 5 mins in) about the increasing use of permanent exclusions.

 

Pain: Dr Tim Salomons (Psychology) appears on a podcast by Dr Joe Tatta speaking about the the neuromatrix theory of pain.

 

 

Other coverage

 

  • Vice Australia have republished Mo Al-Mosaiwi’s article for the Conversation on absolutist language and depression.
  • Reading graduate Alex Gregory is listed among the speakers at this year’s Henley Literary Festival reports GetReading.
  • Borneo Bulletin feature open days at UoRM’s Henley Business School campus.
  • A primary school boy raising money for the brain tumour charity has been nominated for the UoR-sponsored young person of the year award at the Pride of Reading Awards, reports GetReading.
  • Basingstoke Gazette visited an open day at the Archaeology Field School at Roman Silchester. Prof Mike Fulford is quoted.
  • The Revd Mark Laynesmith (Chaplaincy) gave a short thought for the day on BBC Berkshire (approx. 50 mins in).
  • The Breeze radio cover news that UoR have won our eighth Green Flag award.
  • A column for the Gazette and Herald mentions research into the cost of squirrels eating food put out for birds. Read more here.

 

 

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