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Reading in the news - Thursday 10 November – University of Reading

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Reading in the news - Thursday 10 November

Release Date 10 November 2016

Media coverage

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

US elections:

  • Comments from Dr Mark Shanahan (Politics & International Relations) on the anger at Donald Trump’s victory appear in the Daily Express.
  • Dr Tom Long (Politics & International Relations) analyses the ‘8 reasons why Hilary Clinton lost the election’ at Yahoo.
  • A tweet from Dr Ruvi Ziegler (Politics & International Relations) is published at The Jewish Chronicle online.
  • Dr Jonathan Golub (Politics & International Relations) joined BBC Berkshire in their studio to discuss the election fallout.

Conkers: The Telegraph spoke to Dr Glyn Percival (Biological Sciences) about the decline of conkers.

MBAs: Prof Peter Miskell (International Business & Strategy) discusses the MBA options at Henley Business School in The Guardian.

Wearable technology: Prof Derek Clements-Croome (Construction Management & Engineering) speaks on YouTube about why wearable technology can improve workplace productivity.

Careers: BBC Berkshire spoke to Reading students to discuss career paths, with the army on campus for a recruitment drive. Vox pops continued throughout the morning. 

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