Reading in the news: 8 April08 April 2019
Conditional unconditionals: Prof Paul Glaister (Maths) writes to the Times (£, and in print) about the practice of ‘conditional unconditional’ offers by Universities.
Protein ‘gainz’: Delicious Magazine spoke to PhD candidate Drew Price (Food) about the ‘obsession’ with protein consumption.
Business study: Further coverage in the print edition of the Financial Times (£) about scholarships to help with the cost of attending business schools mentions mature student Debbie Craven who is studying at Henley Business School.
- Al Jazeera Magazine report on Iranian students in the US raising support for their studies, and mentions Law student Parsa Sadat.
- The print edition of the Reading Chronicle reports on the end of the planning inquiry about the redevelopment of St Patricks Hall.
- Research from UoR into new farming techniques to prevent apple tree diseases is mentioned in an article for Country Smallholding.
- Following James Cracknell’s winning performance at the Boat Race on Sunday, Cambridgeshire Live spoke to him about his comeback – and mentions that he saw Nirvana during his student days at UoR.