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Queen's in the News Archive

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2007-08-09 09:58:18

Colin MacDougall (Civil Engineering) continues to comment on the advances in bridge design, most recently on CKWS Television and in Yukon News.

2007-08-08 09:39:30

An editorial by Bruce Gilley (Political Studies) in the Globe and Mail suggests Canada’s democracy promotion efforts should begin in China.
James Archibald (Mining Engineering) comments on the misconceptions of uranium mining in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
 

2007-08-07 11:02:36

Colin MacDougall (Civil Engineering) comments on the advances in bridge design in the New York Times.
Roel Vertegaal (Computing) continues to comment on Eyebox2 technology, most recently in the Calgary Herald.

2007-08-03 09:59:11

Nick Bala (Law) comments on same-sex marriage and polygamy in a Canadian Press story picked up by The Hamilton Spectator.

2007-08-02 11:10:09

Art Cockfield (Law) continues to comment on the verdict in the Bre-X criminal trial, most recently in the Toronto Star.
Arthur Sweetman (Policy Studies) discusses health policy surrounding recent recommendations by the Canadian Medical Association in an interview with CBC Syndicate broadcast across the country.

2007-08-01 10:28:10

Art Cockfield (Law) comments on the verdict in the Bre-X criminal trial in the Toronto Star.
John Smol (Biology) continues to comment on climate change and disappearing ponds, most recently on CBC radio, CBC.ca, and Nunatsiaq News.

2007-07-31 10:34:29

Bruce Pardy’s (Law) opinion piece about the Supreme Court of Canada’s ruling in the John and Jane Doe case in Alberta is published in the Globe and Mail.

2007-07-30 10:18:14

Hugh Segal’s (Policy Studies) opinion piece about a parliamentary consensus to commit Canadian troops to Afghanistan after 2009 is published in the Globe and Mail.
Karen Parent (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation) comments in the Toronto Star about a study that suggests hospitals can create well-being by bringing nature into their design. 

2007-07-27 09:25:09

Ian Janssen (Kinesiology and Health Studies) continues to comment about a stdy that suggests whether those closest to you are obese or slim can influence your body shape, most recently on CBC-Radio Syndication in Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary, Winnipeg, Victoria and Edmonton.
Tom Courchene (Policy Studies) comments about current tax proposals in Toronto in The Economist.

2007-07-26 09:40:57

Ian Janssen (Kinesiology and Health Studies) comments about a study that suggests whether those closest to you are obese or slim can influence your own body shape in a Canadian Press story picked up by the Hamilton Spectator, Sudbury Star, and Kingston Whig-Standard, and on Global-TV’s National News.

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