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Press Summary - December 6 - December 12

International

Al Jazeera – Professor David Anderson, History, comments in an article about the suggested existence of police ‘death squads’ Also in: Yahoo!

Australian – Emeritus Professor Paul Stoneman, WBS, comments in an article about the competition between European and US technology companies Also in: Wall Street Journal

Perth Now

Courier Mail

Herald Sun

Business Spectator

Expansion

The Advertiser

Geelong Advertiser

Automotive Manufacturing Solutions –WMG are working with Far-UK to develop more affordable composite vehicle bodies

Benzinga – Professor Mark Skilton, WBS, comments in an article about the profit loss Sony may experience as a result of being hacked

Business Day – Emeritus Professor Robert Skidelsky, Economics, writes about meeting Irish President Michael Higgins

Commercial News Media - A mention of WMG in an article about the UK’s need to be more competitive in the robotics field against other European rivals

Daily Nation – Associate Professor Gabrielle Lynch, PAIS, writes about the recent terrorist attacks in Kenya

eWallstreeter – An article about the Warwick men’s rowing team charity calendar

Also in: Free News Pos

The Daily Princetonian

Forbes – Professor Andrew Oswald, Economics, is discussed for his study into the U-shaped pattern in people’s happiness throughout their life-span

Also in: The Columbus Dispatch

Albuquerque Journal

The News Tribune

Manila Times

The Clear Markets

App

Times Free Press

Review Times

UT San Diego

Washington Post

Denver Post

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Japan Times

Marianas Variety

Daily Telegram

Worcester Telegram and Gazette

Sun Journal

ArcaMax

Asbury Park Press

Charleston Daily Mail

Cambodian Times

Big News Network

Global Research – Former Vice Chancellor or Warwick Lord Butterworth is discussed in an article about being a member of the Jarratt Committee

Huffington Post – Professor Gordon Brown and research fellow Lukasz Walasek, Psychology, have conducted a study into income inequality and how this influences people’s desire to acquire goods to boost status

Also in: APS

Independent Ireland – Researcher Rob Lillywhite, Life Sciences, comments about the University of Warwick research which has found wheat in the diet would be beneficial to 98% of people

Also in: The Savvy Celiac

IT Briefing – WBS are mentioned as one of the participating business schools who have entered into the Economist MBA Scholarship Contest

Also in: ABC

Tutorial Finder

Creative Mac

Newstrack India

 

Latest News Link – Emeritus Professor Robert Skidelsky, Economics, speaks to the House of Lords about the autumn statement

Neatorama - Two Warwick PhD students have found a way to explain a problem in polymer physics using pasta

Also in: Headlines 24

New Scientist – Professor Alison Rodger, Chemistry, comments in an article about the development of PhD education to incorporate industry training

New York Times – Professor Quassim Cassam, Philosophy, writes about people’s self-knowledge

Phys Org – Dr Dimitri Veras, Physics, co-authored a study into the Oort cloud asteroids

Qatar Tribune – An article about the study by Professor Saverio Stranges, WMS, into the links between eating more fruit and vegetables and mental well-being

Science Business - An article about the grant awarded for a new scholarship programme at Warwick with mention of Psychology Professor Thomas Hills, Professor Sascha Becker, Economics and Statistics Professor David Firth, who applied for the grant

Science Mag – Senior Researcher Dr Sophie Staniszweska, WMS, co-authored a project which has culminated in plans to publish a new medical research journal

Staffing America Latina – Assistant Professor Dr Chendi Zhang, WBS, co-authored a study into employee satisfaction and why it is seen as important to shareholders

Universities News – The University of Warwick are listed in the rankings for graduate employability

National

BBC News – Professor Francesco Cappuccio, WMS, led a study which has found sugar could be worse for your physical health than salt

Also in: Mail Online

Daily Telegraph

The Daily

Ittefaq

Malaysian Digest

Headline News Today

Foreign Affairs New Zealand

Current News Today

UK Wired News

Telegraph

The Hornet

Rocket News

Vietnam Net Bridge

A Breaking News

Veooz

British Bakery

Fox News

Science World Report

Food Navigator

Daily News 724

BBC News – Professor Elizabeth Dowler, Sociology, comments about the use of food banks in an article about faster benefit payments to reduce hunger in the UK

Also in: Guardian Rocket News

City AM – Professor Andrew Oswald, Economics, co-authored an article about how a good boss improves job satisfaction

Economist – Professor Michael McMahon, Economics, discusses the autumn statement

Also in: eWallstreeter

Bull Fax

Guardian – A mention of Warwick in a piece about how animals still make good headline stories

Guardian – An obituary for the former Professor of History, Roger Magraw who has died aged 71

Also in: Times

HR Director – Professor Geoffrey Wood, WBS, co-authored an article about the private equity deals that fail to justify fast money-making strategies

Also in: Western Mail

Huffington Post UK - An article about the students protests on the University of Warwick campus over tuition fees

Also in: The Hornet

Coventry Telegraph

The Debrief

Guardian

France 24

Daventry Express

Fars

Coventry Telegraph

Wharfvalley Today

Kenilworth Weekly News

Local UK News

The Boar

Azeri Press Agentliyi

World Socialist Website

The Spoof

Socialist Worker

Independent – A discussion about the University of Warwick in an article about the decrease in popularity of studying humanities subjects. Also a mention of WBS opening an office at the Shard

Insider Media Limited - An article mentioning the management training of Lloyds Bank staff at WMG in an article about balancing the UK economy

Mail Online – Dr Charlotte Heath-Kelly, IAS, comments in an article about the precautions for police officers following the receipt of information about targeted attacks on officers

Also in: Capital Bay

The Hornet

The Boar – Warwick are mentioned in a discussion about international students in light of the governments’ immigration policy

The Stage – A mention of the Warwick Commission in an article about arts funding

Times Higher Education – Professor Thomas Docherty, English, comments in an article about the need for universities to engage more in collaboration rather than competition

Local

Birmingham Post – An article about Warwick staff being made redundant Also in: Times Higher Education (2) Independent Big News Network

Coventry Telegraph – An article about students from Sydney Stringer Academy attending Warwick for the launch of the Higher Education Access Programme (HEAPS)

Coventry Telegraph – A comment from a local resident about the mentality of Warwick students

Coventry Telegraph – Associate Professor Dr Danny Steeghs, Physics, comments about the student research at Warwick into secrets of the universe by studying a ‘vampire star’

Coventry Telegraph – A letter to editor about a previous article quoting Professor Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya concerning the failure of the British motor industry

Coventry Telegraph – A letter to editor about the payment of council tax by owners of properties that have students, with a mention of the University of Warwick

Express and Star – Information about the police investigation into an incident in 2003 on the University of Warwick campus

Also in: Coventry Observer

Coventry Telegraph

 

Express and Star – WMG are mentioned for their involvement in the new £20m rail link between Sandwell and Dudley

Also in: UK Wired News

Local UK

News Insider Media Limited

Dudley News

Lancashire Evening Post – Professor Michael Bradshaw, WBS, comments in an article about the debate over the autumn statement fracking proposal

Telegraph and Argus, Bradford – Assistant Professor Dr Hannah Jones, Sociology, co-authored a study which found Bradford to be one of the more favourable places in the UK for migrants