Queen's in the News Archive
|August 5, 2014||
Judith Davidson (Psychology) – Non-drug interventions could soon be used to treatment insomnia, op-ed in the Globe and Mail.
Elizabeth Kelley (Psychology) – Unconventional autism therapy could lead to recovery, in the Globe and Mail.
Dick Zoutman (Pathology and Molecular Medicine, Public Health Sciences) – What measures can be taken to contain Ebola, on CTV News Channel Friday, Saturday and Monday and in the Windsor Star and Vancouver Sun.
Robert Engen (History) – From Gaza to Baghdad to Kiev we’re still fighting World War One, op-ed in the National Post.
Michael Smolander (Industrial Relations) – Japan is leading the way in preventive humanitarianism, op-ed in the Ottawa Citizen.
Monica LaBarge (School of Business) – TD introduces Automated Thanking Machines, on CKNW (Vancouver radio).
|August 1, 2014||
Ian McKay (History) discusses commemorating the First World War in The Economist.
Lisa Dufraimont (Law) comments on 'Mr. Big' confessions in the Globe and Mail and several other print publications.
Dick Zoutman (Pathology and Molecular Medicine, Public Health Sciences) talks about the Ebola outbreak in Africa on CTV National News.
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) discusses the crisis in Ukraine and Russia, on CTV News Channel.
|July 31, 2014||
Houchang Hassan-Yari (Centre for International and Defence Policy) discusses Gaza in the National Post.
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) comments on the NRC hacking, on CBC radio syndication.
Robb MacKay (School of Music) talks about ‘Weird Al’s’ new album reaching Number One, on CKWS-TV.
|July 30, 2014||
Adam Heenan (Clinical Psychology) discusses his research on exercising and anxiety in the Daily Mail.
Philip Jessop (Chemistry) has been nominated to be an Innovate at Work in the Globe and Mail.
Ariel Salzmann (History) comments on the destruction of the Gaza tunnels on CTV’s Canada AM.
Ian Janssen (School of Kinesiology and Health Studies) – Risky play and skinned knees key to healthy child development, experts say, on MetroNews.ca.
Sidneyeve Matrix (Film and Media Studies) talks Twitter parodies in The Nanaimo Daily News.
Anthony Ho (Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine) comments on the new CPR guidelines on AM 800 (Windsor-Detroit radio).
Michael Smolander and Joshua Ewener (Industrial Relations) write an op-ed about Keystone XL for the Kingston Whig Standard.
|July 29, 2014||
Art Cockfield (Law) – Explaining double taxation and the IRS, on Global National.
Joshua Karton (Law) – International arbitration panel issues order against Russia to pay $50 billion to former OAO Yukos shareholders, in the Globe and Mail.
Anne Johnson (PhD candidate in Mining) – Ottawa hopes more flexible options will increase First Nations support for natural resource projects, in the Globe and Mail.
Dick Zoutman (Pathology and Molecular Medicine, Public Health Sciences) – The Ebola outbreak continues in Africa, on CTV News Channel.
Ian Janssen (School of Kinesiology and Health Studies) – At day camp, taking a few risks can be rewarding, in the Toronto Star.
Anthony Ho (Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine) – Experts argue over proper guidelines for CPR, in the Toronto Star, Saskatoon Star Phoenix, Victoria Times Colonist, a number of other national daily newspapers and on the Rutherford Show AM 770 (Calgary radio) NewsTalk 101 (Toronto radio).
Andrew Graham (School of Policy Studies) – A strong, active board is vital to police oversight, op-ed in the Winnipeg Free Press.
|July 28, 2014||
Ken Wong (School of Business) discusses disc-making firms in the Toronto Star, Guelph Mercury and the Waterloo Region Record.
Sergio Sismondo (Philosophy) comments on doctors' pay and perks in the London Free Press.
Kathleen Lahey (Law) discusses Feminism on CBC radio broadcast across Canada.
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) discusses Russia-Ukraine, Libya and the Middle East on the Roy Green Syndicated Radio Show.
Geoff Smith (History, Kinesiology) comments on MH17 and the conflict in the Middle East on the WS Daily (CKWS-TV).
Susie Pan (Undergraduate commerce student) weighs in on Blynk stealing the app spotlight in the National Post.
David Chesney (Undergraduate engineering student) explains his backyard rollercoaster in the Toronto Star, Hamilton Spectator and on CP24 Breakfast (Toronto).
Susan Anderson (QUIC) discusses ATLAS: a new program helps international students transition to Kingston, in the Kingston Whig Standard.
|July 25, 2014||
Sharry Aiken (Law) discusses border agency dismisses criticism from UN in the Toronto Star.
David Murakami Wood (Surveillance Studies Centre) comments on the use of force report recommendations on Global Toronto’s Morning Show.
|July 24, 2014||
Adam Heenan (PhD student, Clinical Psychology) – Exercise can change how you view the world, in the Pakistan Daily Times and Philadelphia Magazine.
Michael Smolander (Industrial Relations) – How travel can help your career and boost your earnings, op-ed in the Ottawa Citizen.
|July 23, 2014||
Tandy Thomas (School of Business) – How Barbie may need more than a career makeover to save Mattel’s iconic doll from sliding sales, in the National Post.
Nick Bala (Law) – What are the legal issues related to the internet, on CBC Radio Ontario Noon.
Steve Salterio (School of Business) – Former Sino-Forest CFO barred from serving as director of public company, in the Mississauga News.
Robert Wolfe (Policy Studies) – Weak data is leaving Canadian decision makers without basic information on how safe railways are, on Zoomer Radio AM 740 (Toronto radio).
Kathleen Lahey (Law) – Canada is far from breaking the glass ceiling over women in the workplace, on vice.com (online news magazine).
|July 22, 2014||
Diane Beauchemin (Chemistry) – Forensic test can determine person’s ethnicity, in Harper’s Magazine.
Robert Wolfe (Policy Studies) – Roderick Macdonald was a mentor to generations of lawyers, in the Globe and Mail.
Steve Salterio (School of Business) – Former Sino-Forest CFO barred from serving as director of public company, in the Toronto Star.
Adam Heenan (PhD student, Clinical Psychology) – Exercise can literally change how you see the world, in the Huffington Post.
Tandy Thomas (School of Business) – Mattel responds to falling sales with Entrepreneur Barbie, in the Ottawa Citizen and the Regina Leader-Post.
Don Stuart (Law) – Proving bribery charge in Duffy case will prove challenging, in the Hamilton Spectator, the Waterloo Region Record and the Guelph Mercury.
Monica LaBarge (School of Business) – Shark hoax shows viral risks, in the Victoria Times Colonist.