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Issue 472, 5 November 2001

News in brief
  • Our unsung heroes
    Best-selling crime novelist Patricia Cornwell has given £1,000 to the library in gratitude for the help she's been given by special collections staff.
  • Hastings scholarship
    The school of theology and religious studies has launched an appeal to establish a scholarship for research students from Africa.
  • Talking about sleaze
    Concerned about political sleaze, 'spin doctoring', ethics in government and party political funding?
  • Life as a graduate
    An information day, where visitors can meet postgraduates to learn what life is realy like as a masters or research student is being held by the graduate centre.
  • Researching tolerance
    Researchers from the Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence will conduct collaborative research with eighteen European and five non-European universities.
  • Direct information
    A new service to help NHS staff find out about university research and training has been launched at the University of Leeds.
  • Marketing award
    Leeds University Business School has won the Association of MBAs award for marketing.
  • No bones about it
    A novel technique for measuring changes in the bones of osteoporosis sufferers, developed at the shool of biomedical sciences, has been awarded a prize by the international society for bone and mineral research.
  • BNFL research grows
    Three new research projects have been given the go-ahead following £1/2m investment from BNFL.
  • Prize for LSR news
    Leeds Student Radio has won two awards at the Radio One student radio awards.
  • New Reporter search
    The Reporter has now moved to with a faster and more effective search mechanism.
  • Help desk correction
    Members of the ISS help desk were surprised to see themselves promoted or demoted in the last Reporter.
  • Obituary for Professor HTA (John) Whiting
    Professor HTA (John) Whiting, former member of staff in the department of physical education, died on 7 October 2001, aged 71 years.

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