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Queen's in the News Archive

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2007-04-23 10:35:54

An editorial by Tom Axworthy (Policy Studies) in the Toronto Star discusses the looming acute-care crisis as the health-care system embraces the baby-boom generation.
Bryson Robertson (Civil Engineering) continues to comment on his three-year voyage to study the impact of garbage in the ocean, most recently in the Sudbury Star.

2007-04-20 09:34:56

Robert Reid (Obstetrics and Gynaecology) comments in the Globe and Mail about the relationship between the drop of breast cancer rates in the United States after a Hormone Replacement Therapy warning was issued.
Larry O’Farrell (Education) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about being awarded the UNESCO chair in arts and learning for his work in promoting arts education.

2007-04-19 09:15:57

Tom Courchene’s (Policy Studies) comments from a public policy panel discussion entitled “The New Alberta: A New Canada?” are highlighted in the Edmonton Journal.
Roel Vertegaal’s (Computing) research that suggests there is a correlation between the amount of eye contact people receive in a group and their degree of participation is featured in the Regina Leader-Post.

2007-04-17 09:18:56

Marketing expert Ken Wong (Business) comments in the National Post about the market position of Proctor and Gamble. He also comments in the Vancouver Province about Wal-Mart’s price-cutting game.
Rob Hickey (Policy Studies) continues to comment about the actions of the union representing employees with the Canadian National Railway Co., most recently in the National Post.

2007-04-16 09:39:28

Steve Salterio (Business) comments in the Toronto Star about a merger between Grant Thornton LLP and BDO Dunwoody LLP.
eMarketing expert John Pliniussen (Business) comments in the Ottawa Citizen about on-line social corporate networks.

2007-04-13 08:56:15

Rob Hickey (Policy Studies) comments in the National Post about the union representing employees with the Canadian National Railway Co.
Elspeth Christie (Health, Counselling and Disability Services) discusses exam stress for college and university students on CBC-Radio’s Ontario Morning.

2007-04-12 09:16:36

Walter Rosser (Family Medicine) continues to comment about a study that suggests one in nine doctors trained in Canada are practicing medicine in the United States, most recently in the Calgary Herald.
Kevin Hall (Civil Engineering) comments on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard about a student research voyage that will study the effects of waterborne garbage across the world’s oceans.

2007-04-11 09:06:27

Emeritus professor Hugh Thorburn’s (Political Studies) opinion piece on electoral reform is published in the Ottawa Citizen.
Walter Rosser (Family Medicine) continues to comment about a study that suggests one in nine doctors trained in Canada are practicing medicine in the United States, most recently on CBC-Radio’s Ontario Today and CJOB-Radio’s Charles Adler show. 

2007-04-10 10:54:29

Walter Rosser (Family Medicine) comments about a study that suggests one in nine doctors trained in Canada are practicing medicine in the United States in the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Ottawa Citizen, Edmonton Journal, Halifax Daily News, Calgary Herald, and on cbc.ca. 
Ian Janssen (Kinesiology and Health Studies) comments about guidelines on obesity and being overweight in a Canadian Press story that appears in a number of daily publications, including the Kingston Whig-Standard and St. Catharines Standard, and on cbc.ca.

2007-04-09 11:30:27

Shawna O’Grady (Business) continues to comment about team building for startup companies, most recently in the National Post.
Emeritus professor Ned Franks’ (Political Studies) expertise on the Federal Accountability Act is highlighted in the Ottawa Citizen.

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