Queen's in the News Archive
Ned Franks (Political Studies) comments on parliamentary procedure in the Globe and Mail.
David Mitchell (Advancement) comments on the effectiveness of Stephane Dion’s leadership of the federal Liberal party in the Globe and Mail.
Will Boyce (SPEG) continues to comment on a new SPEG study showing a decrease in the number of young Canadians involved in bullying, most recently in a Canadian Press story picked up by the New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal, The Whitehorse Daily Star, the Portage Daily Graphic, the Dawson Creek Daily News, and the Waterloo Region Record.
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.
Julian Barling (Business) continues to receive coverage about his study on workplace aggression and sexual harassment, most recently in the Toronto Sun.
David Mitchell (Advancement) comments on Liberal MP Bob Rae’s return to the House of Commons in the Globe and Mail.
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 report by Tom Axworthy (Policy Studies) focusing on boosting the prestige and power of parliamentary committees is highlighted in Maclean’s Magazine.
Kathy Brock (Policy Studies) continues to comment on yesterday’s provincial budget in the Globe and Mail.
Kathy Brock (Policy Studies) comments on Tuesday’s provincial budget in the Globe and Mail.