The New York Times - Professor Andrew Oswald, Economics, research into how high home ownership can damage the labour market.
Also in: Jakarta Post, CTV, Planetizen, Odrome News, The Clarion Ledger, The Globe and Mail
Forbes India – Professor Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya, WMG, comments on Tata Motors recent decline.
Also in: The Economist (India)
The Times of India – Mentions that one of the first computer scientists at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research worked as a chair of computer science at the University.
Also in: PuneMirror, Ahmedabad Mirror, Mumbai Mirror
The Washington Post - Professor Lord Robert Skidelsky, Economics, opinion on John Maynard Keynes.
Also in: Canberra Times
Wall Street Journal – This article about Fed vice-chairwoman Janet Yellen mentions her husband who won a Nobel peace prize in economics and recently spoke at the Warwick Economic Summit. Janet Yellen’s son, Dr Robert Arkerlof, Economics, teaches at the University.
Also in: Yahoo Finance, Real Time Economics, Wall Street Journal (Española), Wall Street Journal (Europe), Wall Street Journal (Asia)
The Washington Post – Dr Suzy Moat, Warwick Business School, Economics, research on Wikipedia and if it can predict the stock market.
Also in: Finazen, Die Walt, ItVikko, Yahoo Finance, Smart Planet, Science Newsline, Your Money
ABC (Spain) – Professor Tobias Preis, Warwick Business School, Economics, research on how Google trends can predict the stock market.
Also in: Yahoo Finance, My Genie, African Seer
Huffington Post – A study by the University found that people who ate more fruit and vegetables experienced higher levels of mental wellbeing.
Also in: Daily Me
Yahoo Finance – Professor Andrew Oswald, Economics, research on happiness in children.
Also in: Yahoo7, Yahoo Canada, Bankrate.com
The International – Professor Wyn Grant, Politics, comments on political populism and nationalism.
Asian Voice – Mention of research by the University about parenting and how it impacts on child bullying.
Gulf News – Professor Lord Robert Skidelsky, Economics, is mentioned in an article about Israel.
Also in: The Peninsula (Qatar), Nena News, Al-Arabiya, Nuova Società, Middle East Online, Eurasia Review, OpEd News, Counter Punch,
Saudi Gazette – Abdulrahman Hariri, PhD researcher at the University has noticed a decline of books in scientific research that are available in Saudi Arabia’s libraries.
The Economist – Dr Michael McMahon, Economics, writes a blog post about The European Central Bank.
Also in: Bullfax
International Business Times - Professor Michael Mol, Warwick Business School, comments on the Bangladeshi garment industry.
Business Insider – Former University students Leonhard Widrich and Joel Gascoigne have secured $500,000 of investment for their business idea.
Also in: Chron.com, Web 2.0 News
Space Daily – Mention of Professor Boris Gäensicke, Physics, research on planetary debris.
Also in: Aero-News Network, Astrobiology Magazine, Labspaces.net
Frontline (India) – Mention of Professor Andrew Levan, Physics, research on cosmic explosions.
Also in: Wirtschafs Woche
SPI World News – Dr Gregory Gibbons, WMG, comments on one of the first high street 3D printing stores to open in London.
Also in: Sector Publishing Intelligence, The Standard, Beijing News, BullFax
University World News – The University is mentioned in an article about International students.
Gas International – Dr Monica Giulietti, Warwick Business School, talks about the UK’s dwindling gas supplies.
EurActive – Professor Andrew McCoshan, Education, is interviewed about the “EU apprenticeship gap”.
Business Daily – The National Museum of Kenya is holding 475 skeletons of colonial loyalists who have been killed during the independence war, mentions Professor Andrew Davis, History.
Cosmetic Beauty (Australia) – Mention of research by the University on sleeping patterns.
Alberni Portal – Mention of research by the University about physiotherapy for back pain.
Bernama (Malaysia) – Senator Datuk Seri Idris Jala mentions that he has a masters from the University.
Also in: Malaysia Chronicle
Internal Medicine News – Mention of Dr Mark Williams, Clinical Trials, research on how hand specific exercises can significantly improve rheumatoid arthritis.
The Financial Times - Suzy Moat, Warwick Business School research on Wikipedia and if it can predict the stock market.
Also in: TechUk
The Times – Professor Mark Taylor, Warwick Business School, comments on lectures and if they should be changed.
Times Higher Education – The University of Warwick and Monash University have launched a joint PhD programme.
Times Higher Education – Professor Thomas Docherty, English, writes an article about teaching.
The Times Educational Supplement – Mentions research by the University about parenting and how it impacts child bullying.
The Independent - Professor Andrew Oswald, Economics, research into how high home ownership can damage the labour market.
The Telegraph – Rozina Sabur, student, writes an article “Are University Exams inherently unfair”.
The Guardian – Professor Andrew Williams, Law, has won the Orwell prize for political writing for his investigation into the killing of hotel receptionist Baha Mousa by British soldiers in Iraq.
Also in: Sw1a
The Guardian – Mention of Professor Robert Skidelsky, Economics, in an article about Israel.
Also in: Sw1a, Morning Star
The Guardian – Dr Wallace McDowell, School of Theatre and Performance, comments on male sexual violence.
The Guardian – Professor Siobhan Benita, Economics, comments on local government.
The Guardian – Dr Gregory Gibbons, WMG, comments on one of the first high street 3D printing stores to open in London.
BBC News – The first conference dedicated to the work of a Cornish poet has been organised by the University.
Sunday Sun – Mention of research by the University about football managers.
The Operating Theatre Journal – Mention of Professor Nick Chater, Warwick Business School, research on group dynamics.
The Observer – Mention of that a sustainability exhibition will be held at the University.
Parliament – Professor Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya, WMG, debates the current level of growth in the UK economy.
Auto Express - Dr Christian Stadler, Warwick Business School, comments on how the car industry has changed in the last decade.
Equities – Professor Michael Mol, Warwick Business School, comments on the Bangladeshi garment industry.
Also in: Brand-e.biz
Midlands Business News – Dr Ralf Speth, Chief Executive Officer of Jaguar Land Rover will be speaking at the British American Business Council transatlantic conference, it mentions that he has a Doctorate in Mechanical Engineering and Business Administration from the University.
Also in: PRfire
Insider Media Limited – WMG’s Academy for Young Engineers has appointed its first principal, Kate Tague who will join in September 2013.
The Herald – This article is about South American musician Valentina Montoya Martinez, it mentions that she has a degree in Comparative American Studies from the University.
Petroleum Review – Mentions research by the University indicating that apprentices have increased levels of loyalty and retention.
The Business Desk – Mentions that the University of Warwick has entered a partnership with the National Grid.
Western Mail – Paul Fisher, Executive Director for markets at the Bank of England, PhD in macro-economic modelling from the University is mentioned.
Also in: Wales Online
BodyShop – Professor Christian Stadler, Warwick Business School, comments on the 16.6% increase in car manufacturing.
Science Business - WMG’s Mobile Robotics team (WMR) is the only UK entry to take part in this year’s international rescue robot competition.
Business Because – EMBA Student Colin Bareham, comments on why he chose Warwick Business school as a place to study at.
Inside Quality Advisor – Mentions Professor Joe Nandhakumar, Warwick Business School, research into social media at work and how it can improve productivity.
Personnel Today – Ben Betts, research engineer, writes an article about having fun and playing games at work.
The Stage – Mentions that the University has a course in theatre consultancy.
Making Money – Mentions Warwick Business School’s research into how electronic devices have changed the way people work.
Premium Practice Dentistry – Dr Iyad Abou-Rabii, Dentistry, Warwick Medical School, has been named as an UK Advisor for PDP.
The Next Woman – Alyssa Davison, former student, writes an article about pitching a business idea to investors.
A Little Altitude (Blog) - WMG’s `Rainshader’ is mentioned.
Birmingham Post – David Grindrod, acting director of the University of Warwick Science Park, comments on a company opening its new headquarters in the midlands.
Birmingham Post – Professor Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya gives his opinion of the government two years away from a general election.
Birmingham Post – Zara Hyde-Peters OBE, chief executive of British Triathlon spoke to Warwick Business School alumni about the business side of sport.
Coventry Telegraph – Mentions how the University is dealing with the Geese population on campus.
Coventry Telegraph - Postgraduate student Damian Gannon is mentioned in an article about council cost cutting.
Also in: Coventry Observer
Coventry Telegraph - WMG’s invention, `Rainshader’ is featured.
Coventry Telegraph – The University of Warwick has entered a partnership with the National Grid.
Kenilworth Weekly News – This article mentions that the first community apiary will be on land near the University.
Also in: Warwick Courier
Leamington Observer – Chris MacKenzie, student, won a 5.9K race at Coombe County Park.
Blackpool Gazette – Mentions Professor David Morley, English, book “The Gypsy and a Poet” that will be published in August.
Deccan Herald – Mentions that the University has entered a partnership with FutureLearn to offer online courses for people anywhere in the world.
Derby Telegraph – The University’s “Big Deal” competition is mentioned.
Also in: Barking and Dagenham Post, Waltham Forest Guardian
Kent News – Mentions that three teachers from The Canterbury Academy will be taking a special postgraduate course with the University, helping them develop expertise in the teaching of Shakespeare.
Stamford Mercury – Former Professor Germaine Greer, English Literature, is going to hold her talk on “The Disappearing Woman” at a festival.
Also in: Bourne Local, Rutland Mercury