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):
The Graduate School is pleased to announce the four finalists/ Faculty winners in the PhD Read more>>>
The University is participating in a national survey to gather the views of doctoral researchers Read more>>>
Reading PhD researcher participates in United Nations event: ‘Global Compact+15: Business as a Force for Good’, 23-25 June 2015
Marking the UN Global Compact’s 15th anniversary, Global Compact +15, a three-day event taking place 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 2013-14 (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.
In this issue:
- Doctoral Research Conference 2014
- Tina Jenkins - Fine Art PhD researcher and Threadneedle Prize winner
- Ese Omoarukhe - Food & Nutritional Sciences PhD researcher and Student Business Idea winner
- A professional doctorate...but what comes next?
- Help hedgehogs by reporting roadkill in Reading
- Now concentrate – orange juice is good for your brain
- Can cycling improve mental health in old age?
- Dame Julia Slingo made Fellow of the Royal Society
- Organic and long-life milk ‘risk to children’s IQ’ – new study
- University appoints CEO for new Institute for Environmental Analytics
- Climate change warming mountains faster, say scientists
- Listen up - new research shows chewing gum could remove that stuck record in your head
- Back from extinction - now red kites ‘commute’ into suburbs to be fed
- Countryside changes ‘more damaging’ to bees than urban sprawl