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Dr Kieran File comments on the language used in fitness trackers for Cycling Weekly.

New research from Dr Chris Strelluf indicates that people who speak non-standard English were subject to unjust stereotypes and has been featured in BBC News and The Times. This was also featured on BBC Radio 4, Talk TV, Talk Radio, ITV News and BBC Derby plus on BBC World Service, Times Radio and radio stations across the US including Connecticut Public Radio, Texas Public Radio and WHYY Radio.

Dr Christopher Strelluf's expert comment has been featured in BBC News, Indy100, Yahoo!,Ladbible, Metro, and Fox News in a piece on the voice people use when they create TikToks, and how it may encourage the continued spread of those particular linguistic features.

Dr Strelluf also provided expert comment on stories about the likeability of English accents around the world. These were featured in The Travel Magazine, ATV Network Today, and The Times (South Africa).

Following the conclusion British Council funded research grant, Tony Liddicoat, Neil Murray and Steve Mann presented a panel session entitled "Supporting Sustainable English Teacher Continuous Professional Development in Yunnan Province" as a part of the British Council's "China Teaching English Online Conference" on 3 November. The presentation was a report on the three collaborative projects undertaken with Chinese partners in Yunnan and they were joined on the panel by the Chinese partners in the project: Liu Fengqin Dali University), Wang Ying (Kunming University of Science and Technology) and Yunjie Ho (Yunnan Normal University).

Professor Jo Angouri has been appointed as Deputy Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education and Internationalisation, at the University of Warwick with a focus on our international education offering.

Applied Linguistics Head of Department Professor Annamaria Pinter commented that "This is a tremendous achievement and huge congratulations to Jo!"

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