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Reading in the news - Thurs 4 August – University of Reading

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Reading in the news - Thurs 4 August

Release Date 04 August 2016

Media coverage

Here’s Thursday’s summary of media coverage for the University of Reading.

Foundation degrees: The University has announced a partnership with Cambridge Education Group to provide foundation programmes to international students. The news is covered at Public Now. Read our news story.

Disease control: Research by Dr Amanda Callaghan (Ecology & Evolutionary Biology) is mentioned in a story on controlling disease in the London Evening Standard.

MERL: The Museum of English Rural Life has received a grant from the Arts Council England to increase community engagement and improve digital marketing, reports Getreading. Read our news story.

Philosophy: Dr John Preston (Philosophy) interviews a young hiphop artist to discuss philosophy in The Philosophers’ Magazine (subscription required).

Lottery: The partner of a Reading student was announced as the winner of the Euromillions Lottery this week. Covered at This is Money, BBC Berkshire and further trade titles.

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