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Martin Scott

December 9, 2016



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24/24 He told me that he'd decided to join the army because jobs in the university sector were too insecure and the stress involved in grant applications etc. were too great. He literally decided to fight the Taliban because it was less stressful than being an academic. True tale

So much fun, and great discussion with the @RSJnow and @CityUniLondon students who took part. Special shout out to student leaders Olivia and @aishahxashraf. Looking forward to more collaborations in the future @meljbunce https://twitter.com/RyersonFCAD/status/1367113046662017028

Ryerson FCAD@RyersonFCAD

Misinformation/Disinformation, What can journalists do?
1st-year @RSJnow students joined int’l journalism peers from @CityUniLondon in a 1 hour global dialogue to discuss news distribution, sourcing & more.

Special thank you to @NicoleBlanchett, @aishahxashraf and @SKamran33!

Online book launch 🖥️📖

Security as Politics: Beyond the State of Exception
By @AndrewWNeal of @EdinburghPIR

This Friday 5 March, 4pm - 6pm.

Join us! ➡️
https://security-as-politics.eventbrite.co.uk

@EdinburghUP @ceseredinburgh