News and Events
News via the Graduate School Blog
The Graduate School Blog contains articles and updates on key events taking place within the University's Doctoral Research community. See below for the latest news from our Blog (links to external site WordPress):
Induction event for all new doctoral researchers (January 2016 starters) Wednesday 20 January, 10.00 am-12.00 pm Read more>>>
On 1 December 2015, the University of Reading will host an Open Day to provide Read more>>>
Are you a Reading master’s student or final year undergraduate thinking about doing a PhD? Read more>>>
Events, Meetings and Competitions throughout the year
Where not otherwise highlighted, you can find information on a variety of events and meetings and facilitated by the Graduate School on the Schedule of Events, Meetings and Competitions in 2015-16 (PDF - 204KB). This also compiles dates relating to forthcoming competitions of relevance to the doctoral community.
Featured items via the Graduate School Bulletin
The Graduate School Bulletin is produced twice a year and it showcases some of the key events and news stories relating to the University's wide doctoral research community. Below you can find current and past editions of the Bulletin.
Issue 7 (Nov 2015) (PDF - 6MB)
In this issue:
- Doctoral Research Conference 2015
- A PhD...but what comes next?
- Internship - Government Office of Science
- Student-led event
- Climate change will delay transatlantic flights
- Air pollution plays bigger role in global rainfall changes
- Removing doubts about drought: science team refines understanding of Sahel’s rains
- Comment: ISIL jihadi 'speaks more Standard British English than Jihadi John'
- Soil scientists bring UK policy down to earth
- University honours former student who foiled train terror attack
- Biggest analysis of British nature ever rings alarm bells
- Hello sunshine? Reading records dullest November ever
- Reading and the Walker Institute at the UN Climate Summit in Paris
- New research may draw a ‘curtain of fire’ on dinosaur extinction theory