Wokingham Today and BBC Radio Berkshire report on the baton that passed through the University last week during its journey to Egypt, where the climate conference COP27 is taking place in November. Professor Peter Miskell (Education and Student Experience), who took part in running the baton, is mentioned. Professor Ed Hawkins (Meteorology) was interviewed by BBC Radio Berkshire on how his part in the run went.
Wired Govthanks Professor Tom Oliver (Biological Sciences) in their acknowledgements for his contribution to the government's research on climate adaptation to protect biodiversity.
COVID-19:expert comment on the pandemic
Dr Simon Clarke (Biological Sciences) is quoted by The Independent and interviewed by LBC News and BBC Radio Essex on the expected increase in Covid cases this winter, which alongside cases of the flu, could result in a 'twindemic'.
Dr Dina Rezk (History) was interviewed by France 24 on the current position of the maritime border deal between Israel and Lebanon. Banoyi reposts the interview.
Associate Professor, Dr Jacqui Turner (History), was interviewed by Times Radio on the history of women's suffrage.
Time News mentions a 2017 study led by Dr Netta Weinstein (Psychology) on the impact of psychologically challenging dreams on a person's sense of control over their life.
The Star publishes Professor Wing Lam's (CEO and Provost, University of Reading Malaysia) article on the gig economy appeal.
Guardian and This Day Live report on the online attendance of Henley Business School at Gidi Creative Center's youth training event.
Board Agenda mentions that research on how boards approach ESG is being conducted in association with Henley Business School.
People Managementmentions Henley Business School's research on the benefits of a four-day workweek.
123 RU reports on Henley Business School's partnership with the Lagos State Government to provide training for young people in the creative industry.
Woodley & Earley Chronicle (in print) reports on the development of a new cycle path that will link the University to other parts of Reading.
Wokingham Today and Daily Advent report on a food delivery discount that is being offered to students living in University accommodations.
Extra Journal reports on the appointment of Andrew Gravel, who received a fellowship from Henley Business School, as a professor at WU Vienna.
Farmers Weekly (in print) reports on the lifetime achievement award that Reading graduate, George Dunn, has received.
The Hans India and others report that Reading graduate, Maitreyee Wairagkar has been nominated for Nature's 'Inspiring Women In Science' award.
Agro Link mentions the research of Reading graduate, James Samuel Bentley on improving the physiological development of birds.