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The future of work, and new funding for Mental Health research: Reading in the News - 6 September – University of Reading

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The future of work, and new funding for Mental Health research: Reading in the News - 6 September

Release Date 06 September 2018

Robot sitting in an office

 

Mental Health Funding: UKRI have announced £8m of funding for mental health research, including for childhood mental health which will be led by Professor Cathy Creswell. M2 News also report, and you can read our news story on the funding here.

Robot workforce: Workplace Insight write about a report led by Prof Bernd Vogel (Henley) on the future of the workplace.

Novichok poisoning: Further article about the Novichok poisoning in Salisbury quoting Professor Gary Stephens (Pharmacy) in MSN News NZ.

Other coverage

 

  • University Business and Education Technology report on a new online course launched by the British Council and co-designed by UoR to help international students prepare to study in the UK.
  • GetReading report on tributes paid to Cllr Ann Davis, former Mayor of Wokingham. The article notes that Davis worked at the University between 1977 and 1982.
  • Mark Mack, who studied Agricultural Economics at the University of Reading, has been named as the new NFU East Anglian regional director, reports the Eastern Daily Press.
  • Professor Anne Lawrence-Mathers (History) spoke to BBC Berkshire (approx. 1hr 10 mins) about Heritage Open Days taking place around the country over the next two weeks (6-9 and 13-16 September).

 

 

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