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Queen's in the News Archive

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2007-10-16 09:48:02

Janice Deakin (Graduate Studies) comments on the language barriers facing grad students in Canadian university classrooms in the Globe and Mail.
Stuart Pinchin (Admission Services) comments on the importance of high school students highlighting their leadership skills when applying for university in the Globe and Mail.

2007-10-15 10:29:23

Ken Wong (Business) discusses the challenges facing Standard Life Assurance Co. in implementing a new targeted advertising and marketing campaign aimed at winning over new customers in the Globe and Mail.
A book by Samantha King (Kinesiology and Health) addressing the issue of 'cause marketing' campaigns is highlighted in the Toronto Star.

2007-10-12 09:01:08

Peter MacLeod’s (Centre for the Study of Democracy) comments about low voter turnout are highlighted in the Globe and Mail and in a Canadian Press story published in the Sudbury Star, Toronto Sun, and Kingston Whig-Standard. 
Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) comments about the referendum and the Mixed Member Proportional electoral system in the National Post, Ottawa Citizen, and Edmonton Journal.

2007-10-11 10:08:35

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) continues to comment on the referendum and proposed Mixed Member Proportional Representation electoral system, most recently in the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, and the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Kathy Brock (Political Studies) continues to comment on the Ontario provincial election, most recently in the Globe and Mail, and on CHUM Radio in Kingston.

2007-10-10 10:15:49

An interview with Elspeth Murray (Business) in the Globe and Mail highlights the potential complications of going into business with family and friends.
Jim Stotz (Physics) comments on the giant magnetoresistance (GMR) technology found in the hard drives of laptops and iPods that earned two European scientists a Nobel Prize in Physics in the Toronto Star.

2007-10-09 10:47:02

Gerrit Wilde (Psychology) comments on the effectiveness of traffic signs and speed limits posted on risky streets in the Globe and Mail.
Ken Wong (Business) identifies London Drugs as a confident brand and comments on the success of H.Y. Louie and London Air Services (LAS) in the Globe and Mail.

2007-10-05 10:27:47

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) continues to comment on the upcoming referendum and proposed Mixed Member Proportional Representation electoral system, most recently in the Kingston Whig-Standard. (‘Electoral reform: Q and A’)
Charles Beach (Economics) discusses the Canadian experience with a point system in immigration policy on TV2 in Denmark.
 
 
 

2007-10-04 10:13:12

Scott Lamoureux (Geography) continues to receive national and international coverage of the federal government funding he and his team received for a four-year International Polar Year project on Melville Island in the northwest Arctic, most recently in the Globe and Mail, the Ottawa Citizen, CBC’s Radio-Canada, BBC Scotland, and ABC Australia.
Doug Bland (Policy Studies) comments on the speculation surrounding General Rick Hillier’s rumoured departure as Chief of the Defence Staff in the Globe and Mail.

2007-10-03 10:08:19

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) continues to comment on the upcoming referendum and proposed Mixed Member Proportional Representation electoral system, most recently in the Globe and Mail and in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Scott Lamoureux (Geography) continues to comment on the federal government funding he and his team received for a four-year International Polar Year project on Melville Island in the northwest Arctic, most recently in the Toronto Star, the Edmonton Journal, and the London Free Press.

2007-10-02 09:50:11

A presentation by Tom Courchene (Economics) on the issue of ‘hourglass federalism’ is highlighted in the Globe and Mail.
An article by Elspeth Murray (Business) in the Financial Post focuses on the important steps to a successful acquisition.

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