Queen's in the News Archive
|December 10, 2013||
James Miller (School of Religion) – Canadian official takes Beijing to task on religious freedom, in the Edmonton Journal, Vancouver Sun and other Postmedia publications.
Emma Dargie (Psychology) – Study: Long-distance relationships might work better, research quoted in Salon.
William Bendena (Molecular Biology) – Why fruit flies know their beer, on Nature.com.
In the Globe and Mail’s Economy Lab Roundup James MacKinnon and the Department of Economics were recognized amongst the leading economists and economics departments in Canada.
A CKWS story about the unveiling of the draft Campus Master Plan quotes deputy provost Laeeque Daneshmend.
Branden Deschambault (Undergraduate medical student) – Medical students bid to host conference in Kingston, in the Kingston Whig Standard.
|December 9, 2013||
Marc Epprecht (Global Development Studies, History) – Nelson Mandela remembered as a visionary for the ages, in the Toronto Star. Remembering Nelson Mandela, on CTV News Channel. World mourns for Mandela, on CKWS-TV.
Keith Banting (Political Studies) – How we lost count of some of our most marginalized citizens, in the Toronto Star.
John Smol (Biology) – Key moments in the pollution discussion, in the Edmonton Journal. Boreal forests threaten to produce climate-warning gases, in the Ottawa Citizen. He was also interviewed on CFBU-FM (St. Catharine’s radio) about his Brock Distinguished Alumni Award.
Joshua Kurek (Biology) – Key moments in the pollution discussion, in the Edmonton Journal.
Alice Aiken (School of Rehabilitation Therapy) – No stats kept on Canadian vets who are behind bars, in The Province.
|December 6, 2013||
Robert Dennis (History, School of Religion) – The Vatican makes plans to set up a commission on the child abuse crisis, on CTV News Channel.
Sharryn Aiken (Law) - Experts say delays with deportation can be due to many things, including legal proceedings, in the Ottawa Sun.
Alice Aiken (School of Rehabilitation Therapy) – There are no stats kept on Canadian vets who are behind bars, in the Vancouver Province, Montreal Gazette and the Edmonton Journal.
|December 5, 2013||
Sidneyeve Matrix (Film and Media Studies) – Can social media make us more productive, in the National Post.
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – Border agency’s Hezbollah report raises concerns about money smuggling, in the Ottawa Citizen and France 24.
John Smol (Biology) - Researcher returns to alma mater to speak about the environment and be awarded the 2013 Distinguished Mathematics and Science Alumni Award, in the Niagara Falls Review.
|December 4, 2013||
John Smol (Biology) – Researcher returns to alma mater to speak about the environment and be awarded the 2013 Distinguished Mathematics and Science Alumni Award, in the St. Catharines Standard and the Thorold News.
Ray Peters (Education) - Two studies of the first two years of full-day kindergarten kinder- show it's helping pupils, in the London Free Press.
Kate Rowbotham (School of Business) – How creating happy employees and positive work environments cultivate strong brand advocates, on CJBK London radio.
|December 3, 2013||
Anne Ellis (School of Medicine) – New research suggests babies can be exposed to allergens as early as six months old, on CBC’s All In A Day, CBC’s Ontario Morning, CTV News Channel, Winnipeg Free Press, St. John’s Telegram, Cape Breton Post, Nanaimo Daily News, a number of other Canadian Press newspapers and CKWS Television.
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – An Ontario man is apprehended for allegedly spying on Canadian shipbuilding practices for China, in the National Post and on the Sun News Network (twice).
Ken Wong (School of Business) – Are Black Friday retail deals a myth, in the Ottawa Citizen.
|December 2, 2013||
David Pichora (Surgery) – What are some of the challenges facing older hospitals, in the Globe and Mail.
Don Drummond (Policy Studies) – An in-depth look at the great pension divide, on Global News The West Block with Tom Clark.
Ken Wong (School of Business) – Loyalty cards are becoming a mine of information for brands who track what you buy, in the Toronto Star; Rush of boomers may end seniors discounts, in the Regina Leader Post, Calgary Herald, Vancouver Sun, Ottawa Citizen and the Montreal Gazette.
Andrew Graham (Policy Studies) – Public services expert says managers need tools to deal with abuse of sick leave, in the Ottawa Sun.
Roel Vertegaal (School of Computing) – Keeping an eye on the bandwidth bottom line, in the St. John’s Telegram and the Saskatoon Star Phoenix.
Louis Delvoie (Centre for International and Defence Policy) – The element of luck plays in the outcome of military campaigns, op-ed in the Kingston Whig Standard.
Udo Schuklenk (Philosophy) – Does the president of the United States have nothing better to do than pardon a turkey, op-ed in the Kingston Whig Standard.
Judith Davidson (Psychology) – Her new step-by-step book can help with insomnia, on CBC Radio (Sudbury, Thunder Bay).
John McGarry (Political Studies) – The second annual Killam Symposium, on CBC Radio One’s IDEAS.
Brandon Tozzo (Political Studies) – What is the state of politics in Kingston, on CBC Radio.
Kathleen Lahey (Law) – What are the biggest threats to women on campus, on CKNW (Vancouver radio).
|November 29, 2013||
Roel Vertegaal (School of Computing) – Free WiFi, limiting real time viewing helps keep cellphone data charges in line, by The Canadian Press, in the Globe and Mail, Victoria Times Colonist and Yahoo! News.
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – Questions, but no answers about allegations Canada allowed U.S. to spy at G20, on Global News.
Stan Brown (Chemistry) – Syrian chemical weapons disposal: US offers to take them out to sea, on CTV News Channel.
Monica LaBarge (School of Business) – Too much sizzle? Sexy restaurant ad catches heat, in the Ottawa Citizen, Edmonton Journal and other Postmedia publications.
Andrew Graham (School of Policy Studies) – Managers aid sick leave abuse: experts, in the Ottawa Citizen
John Casselman (Biology) – Whither the eels? In the Brockville Recorder and Times.
Nick Graham (School of Computing) – Study encourages children to play new ‘exergames,’ in the Kingston Whig Standard; Sedentary lifestyle leads to problems, in the Kingston Whig Standard.
|November 28, 2013||
Udo Schuklenk (Philosophy) – Straight talk at End of Life information symposium, in St. Lawrence EMC.
Sanjay Sharma (Ophthalmology, Epidemiology) – Eye disease specialist opens clinic, in Smiths Falls EMC.
Alice Aiken (School of Rehabilitation Therapy) – Military health in scope, in the St. Albert Leader.
Kathleen Lahey (Law) – Government must lead fight of ‘gender equality,’ research on the impact of the proposed tax reform mentioned in the Moncton Times and Transcript.
|November 27, 2013||
Robert Wolfe (School of Policy Studies) – WTO’s Bali ministerial meeting holds fate of Doha Round in its hands, op-ed published in the Globe and Mail.
Houchang Hassan-Yari (Centre for International and Defence Policy, Political Studies) – The new deal with Iran and what it means for the West, on CBC’s The Current.
Kathleen Lahey (Law) – The real danger for women on campus, in Maclean’s.
Erin Crandall (Political Studies) – Live chat: Senate expenses scandal, appears on Canada.com and in other Postmedia publications.
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – Clear sailing now, but AG points to shipbuilding risks ahead, in Embassy News.
Alana Rangaswamy (Undergraduate student) – Community, columnists and conformism: what the world really wants, in the Waterloo Region Record.
Human Media Lab (Roel Vertegaal, School of Computing) – A peek into the future, the MorePhone mentioned in The Hindu Business Line.