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Queen's in the News Archive

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2008-04-03 09:20:30

Will Boyce (SPEG) comments on a new SPEG study showing a decrease in the number of young Canadians involved in bullying in a Canadian Press story picked up by The Globe and Mail, the Winnipeg Free Press, The Daily Courier (Kelowna), The Daily News (Kamloops), the Owen Sound Sun Times, Fort McMurray Today, on CTV.ca and in an article in the Kingston Whig Standard.
Robert Hopkins (Psychiatry) comments on the growing number of people with dementia who drive in Ontario in the Ottawa Citizen.
Sheryl Bond (Education) comments on the internationalization of education in Maclean’s Magazine.
Louis Gagnon (Business) discusses Lehman Brother's successful $4-billion equity issue and the rescue plan for Canada's $32-billion asset-backed commercial paper market live on BNN's The Business News show.
A study by Wendy Craig (Psychology) showing students who bully tend to have difficulties with other relationships is highlighted on CBC Radio Sudbury.

2008-04-02 08:59:26

Julian Barling (Business) continues to receive coverage about his study on workplace aggression and sexual harassment, most recently in the Toronto Sun.
Gary Bissonette’s (Business) expertise on not-for-profit management is featured in a story about the Kingston Family YMCA.
Bev Baines (Law) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about sexual assault charges against a Roman Catholic deacon at Providence Manor in Kingston. 

2008-04-01 10:54:27

David Mitchell (Advancement) comments on Liberal MP Bob Rae’s return to the House of Commons in the Globe and Mail.
An opinion piece by Robert Wolfe (Policy Studies) on the Doha Round of World Trade Organization (WTO) negotiations appears in the Globe and Mail online edition.
Kathy Brock (Policy Studies) comments on three new Liberal MP’s who entered the House of Commons yesterday in the Edmonton Sun and the Chatham Daily News.
Ken Wong (Business) discusses marketing through recession in Strategy Magazine.

2008-03-31 10:21:52

Comments by Julian Barling (Business) on workplace aggression and the importance of physical protection measures for transit vehicle operators appear in the Globe and Mail.
A study by Barrie Frost (Biology) on the annual migration patterns of the monarch butterfly is highlighted in the Globe and Mail.
An opinion piece by Robert Wolfe (Policy Studies) on the Doha Round of World Trade Organization (WTO) negotiations appears in the Toronto Star.
An opinion piece by Tom Axworthy (Policy Studies) suggesting The Communist Party of China must either evolve or dissolve appears in the Toronto Star.
Stephen Harrison (Mechanical and Materials Engineering) addresses the issue of how blinds affect the solar and thermal performance of windows in the Toronto Star.
Simon Hesp (Chemistry) continues to comment on his discovery of new asphalt binders that could increase the life of paved roads in Ontario, most recently in the Ottawa Citizen.
Dean Tripp (Psychology) continues to comment on a Statistics Canada report identifying chronic pain in seniors, most recently in the Brantford Expositor.
Ken Wong (Business) comments on RIM’s response to its third outage in 10 months in Marketing Magazine.
William Flanagan (Law) discusses the switch from the traditional LL.B. designation to the American-style J.D in Canadian law schools in the National Law Journal.

2008-03-27 09:10:09

A report by Tom Axworthy (Policy Studies) focusing on boosting the prestige and power of parliamentary committees is highlighted in Maclean’s Magazine.
Mark Badham (Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering) comments on the possible origins of a minor earthquake that was recorded in Kingston Tuesday morning in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Robert Gilbert (Geography) discusses the disintegration of ice shelves in Antarctica and the most recent collapse of the Wilkens Shelf in an interview with CBC Syndicate broadcast in Iqaluit, St. John’s, Cape Breton, New Brunswick, Charlottetown, Yellowknife, Thunder Bay and Whitehorse.
A study by Wendy Craig (Psychology) showing students who bully tend to have difficulties with other relationships is highlighted on CBC’s Ontario Morning.

2008-03-26 09:28:10

Kathy Brock (Policy Studies) continues to comment on yesterday’s provincial budget in the Globe and Mail.
Tom Courchene (Policy Studies) comments on Ontario’s economy in the wake of yesterday’s provincial budget and recent changes to the equalization formula in the Globe and Mail.
Research by Tony Dimnik (Business) focusing on the public perception of accountants and how they are portrayed in films is highlighted in the Globe and Mail.
Jim Ridler (Business) discusses an annual class trip to a minimum security prison as part of a growing trend among Canadian business schools aimed at steering students away from committing financial or ‘white-collar’ crimes after graduation, in the Globe and Mail.
Hugh Thorburn (Political Studies) continues to comment on the Ontario provincial budget, most recently in the Globe and Mail.
A study by Wendy Craig (Psychology) showing students who bully tend to have difficulties with other relationships is highlighted in the Kenora Daily Miner and News and on CHUM Radio Kingston.
Scott Carson (Business) discusses public private partnerships on CBC Radio Winnipeg.

2008-03-25 10:47:47

Kathy Brock (Policy Studies) comments on Tuesday’s provincial budget in the Globe and Mail.
An article by Tom Courchene (Policy Studies) and John Allan (Policy Studies) focusing on the need for Canada to impose carbon tariffs on imports is highlighted in the National Post.
Simon Hesp (Chemistry) continues to comment on his discovery of new asphalt binders that could increase the life of paved roads in Ontario, most recently in the Ottawa Citizen.
Comments by Tom Courchene (Policy Studies) on the cause of Ontario’s recent economic woes appear in a Canadian Press story picked up by the Prince George Citizen, the Peterborough Examiner and on CBC.ca.
An opinion piece by Geoff Smith (History) published in the Kingston Whig-Standard discusses the current state of the U.S. economy.
Comments by Robert Ross (Kinesiology and Health Studies) on the role of waist circumference in determining risk for heart health problems appear in the Belleville Intelligencer.
Sergio Sismondo (Philosophy) discusses the widespread practice of doctors supplying free drug samples to patients, paid for by drug companies, on Global National.
Hugh Thorburn (Political Studies) comments on the upcoming provincial budget on CHUM Radio Kingston.

2008-03-24 10:40:24

Elia Zureik (Sociology) comments on workplace surveillance in the Globe and Mail.
Mike Condra (Health Counselling and Disability Services) comments on the increase in mental-health trends in universities in the National Post, the Ottawa Citizen, the Calgary Herald, the Vancouver Province, the Vancouver Sun, the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, the Regina Leader-Post, and on Canada.com.
Simon Hesp (Chemistry) continues to comment on his discovery of new asphalt binders that could increase the life of paved roads in Ontario, most recently in the Toronto Star.
David Gordon (Urban and Regional Planning) and Carl Bray (Geography) comment on the decline of the Sparks Street Mall in Ottawa in the Ottawa Citizen.
Louis Gagnon (Business) discusses the fallout from the Bear-Stearn’s bail out live on BNN’s The Business News Show.
Stephen Scott (Anatomy and Cell Biology) and David Dennis (Performance Plants) discuss the upcoming Innovation Expo 2008 on CKWS Television.

2008-03-20 09:49:34

An opinion piece by Tom Courchene (Policy Studies) and John Allan (Policy Studies) in response to the National Round Table on the Environment’s recommendations for Canada to adopt a carbon tax to address climate change appears in the Globe and Mail.
Kim Nossal (Political Studies) comments on foreign affairs critic Bob Rae’s first major address as a Liberal Member of Parliament in the National Post.
Simon Hesp (Chemistry) continues to comment on his discovery of new asphalt binders that could increase the life of paved roads in Ontario, most recently on CBC’s Ontario Morning.
Erik Knutsen (Law) discusses emerging insurance law issues in Lawyer’s Weekly.
Bernie Adell (Law) comments on the importance of student-edited law reviews in Lawyer’s Weekly.

2008-03-19 09:02:10

Bruce Pardy (Law) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about the role of citizens and local communities when it comes to protecting the environment.
John McGarry (Political Studies) discusses Canada’s recognition of Kosovo as an independent state in interviews with CBC Syndicate broadcast in Thunder Bay, Moncton, Sudbury, Victoria, Calgary, Whitehorse, Regina, and Yellowknife.
Robert Gilbert (Geography) explains the reasons for this year's extreme winter weather on CBC-Radio's Mainstreet.

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