Reading in the news - Fri 28 Oct
28 October 2022
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- The Guardian (and in print) quotes Dr Christopher O’Reilly speaking about the warm winter weather we are having, reposted by Yahoo! Canada, MSN, Yahoo! UK & Ireland, and News Break.
- Foreignaffairs.co.nz quotes Professor Tom Oliver (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology) on the UNEP emissions report.
- Professor Bill Collins is quoted by Nasdaq, Devidiscourse, StreetInsider, International Business Times, Saltwire, and Straits Times, that we are heading in the wrong direction with global heating.
- BBC Radio Berkshire mentions the unseasonably warm weather, as measured at the University of Reading.
- The ‘Lowberry Man’, thought to be a 7th century Anglo Saxon warrior, has been sent to Germany for study, report MSN, and Oxfordshire Live.
- Knowledia and Berkshire Live report that there will be a whiskey festival in London Road’s Grand Hall on 26 November.
- A presenter on BBC Radio Berkshire mentioned that they love the Museum of English Rural Life.
- Research by Dr Elizabeth Houldsworth, Henley Business School, shows that women who undertake an MBA improve their careers. The article in FE News also mentions paper authors Dr Karen Jones (Education), Dr Richard McBain (Henley) and Professor Chris Brewster (Henley).
- Jess Ashley (student) talks to BBC Radio Berkshire about Halloween.
- Henley Business School graduate, Sandi di Souza, talks to CFO South Africa about what to consider before quitting your job.
- Gatwick Diamond Business have two University of Reading graduates amongst their new intake: Alex Thomson and Andrew MacLeod.
- Folarin Falana aka Falz, is a Nigerian rapper, actor and activist who graduated from the University. He is celebrating his birthday, reports the Nigeria Tribune.
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