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Professor champions sports bras in live debate April 17: Professor Joanna Scurr, head of the Research Group in Breast Health, has been invited to take part in a panel show on BBC Radio 5 Live. Professor Scurr will be talking live in the studio about her work researching the benefits of wearing sports bras. She said: “This is the first time the station has covered this important topic, so it’s a real honour to be included in the panel discussion. Lots of people rely on Radio 5 live to provide them with their sports news, so it’s great to be able to represent the academic side of the story.”
Professor Scurr will be appearing at 8pm on Thursday April 23.
SEES researchers win awards April 8:Two members of the Crustal Evolution Research Group in the School of Earth and Environmental Studies have been awarded prizes.
PhD student Emma Hart won a £150 prize for Best Oral Presentation at the Geochemistry Group Research In Progress Meeting held at University of Southampton. The title of the talk was "Mineral inclusions: a novel way to estimate HP-UHP metamorphic conditions from rutile". In addition, Dr Penny Lancaster, Postdoctoral Researcher, has been awarded a Mineralogical Society Senior Travel Bursary of £350 towards her attendance at the international European Geosciences Union meeting in Vienna in April.
New role for professor March 31:Professor of accounting Lisa Jack was elected vice president of the British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA) at its annual general meeting. She will be automatically be appointed president the following year until April 2018. BAFA aims to advance knowledge and understanding of education and research in all areas of accounting and finance.