Reading in the news - Fri 4 Feb
04 February 2022
James Joyce Collection: The Telegraph (and in print) and the Irish Times mention the recent donation of James Joyce's artefacts and personal letters to the University. Dr Mark Nixon (English Literature) and Professor Robert Van de Noort (Vice-Chancellor) are quoted by Yahoo! and others on this. Read our news story.
COVID-19: expert comment on the pandemic
- Dr Simon Clarke (Biological Science) spoke to TalkRADIO about the effect of lockdown on Covid deaths.
- Scholarships awarded to five alumni of the AAAN Academy Masterclass Programme by Henley Business School are mentioned by The Sun and Linda Ikeji's Blog.
- Professor Robert Van de Noort (Vice-Chancellor of the University) spoke to BBC Radio Berkshire about the local plan published by Wokingham Borough Council which includes land owned by the University to the east of Shinfield.
- Professor Duncan Garrow (Archaeology) is mentioned by Current Archaeology (in print) for developing an exhibition on Stonehenge.
- Professor Hella Eckardt (Archaeology) is listed by Current Archaeology (in print) as an upcoming speaker for Current Archaeology Live.
- Dr Liz Stephens (Meteorology) is quoted by Southern Times Africa on Storm Ana and what forecasts can predict.
- Professor Anne Lawrence-Mathers's (History) article on weather prediction in the middle ages was published on Pour La Science.
- Dr Charmi Patel (Henley Business School) is quoted by Business Because on the learning opportunities that resignations represent for companies.
- Professor Andrew Kakabadse (Henley Business School) is mentioned by Banks for leading a training program on board practice and directorship development.
- Professor Chris Scott (Meteorology) is quoted by KP.RU on the formation of mega-lightening.
- Professor Vimal Karani (Food) is quoted by Lingkar Madiun on a study that suggests milk consumption could stabilise cholesterol.
- Professor Fiona Ross (Typography) is listed by Ads Of Brands as part of the judging committee for entries submitted for the TDC Beatrice Warde Scholarship programme.
- A Henley Business School study on the economic benefits of a four-day workweek is mentioned by The Motley Fool.
- Leader of the Labour party, Sir Keir Starmer mentioned the film and TV studios in Shinfield in a speech published by Labour, on the success of the UK's creative arts industries.
- PhD student, Chris Griffiths (Archaeology) is quoted by Current Archaeology (in print) on the contents of "bronze age hoards" found in Wales.
- Opportunities to study at the University's campus in Malaysia and Reading are mentioned by The Star.
- A Reading graduate is reported by Lincolnshire Live for founding The Farm Kitchen, a catering company that prepares meals delivered to schools every day.
- A Reading graduate is listed by IFST as the chair member of a webinar on the fundamentals of food freezing.