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Queen's in the News Archive

Date Text
2007-07-12 09:23:18

Nick Bala (Law) continues to comment about the case of a 13-year-old girl convicted of killing her parents and younger brother, most recently in the Winnipeg Free Press and Prince George Citizen.
Rob Beamish (Sociology) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about the similarities between a family and a recreational hockey league.

2007-07-11 09:19:05

Nick Bala (Law) continues to comment about the case of a 13-year-old girl convicted of killing her parents and younger brother, most recently in the Globe and Mail and in a CP story picked up by the Sudbury Star, Peterborough Examiner and Sault Star.
Julie Blais (Psychology) comments in the Hamilton Spectator about peer pressure and on-line bullying.

2007-07-09 10:43:45

David Thomson (Mathematics and Statistics) continues to comment about research on solar flares and dropped cell phone calls, most recently in the Peterborough Examiner, Winnipeg Free Press, and on cbc.ca.
Naomi Alboim (Policy Studies) comments about immigration and Canada’s emerging identity in the Winnipeg Free Press.

2007-07-06 09:30:24

Thorsten Koeppl (Economics) comments in the National Post about monetary policy and interest rates in Canada.
David Thomson’s (Mathematics and Statistics) research about solar flares and dropped cell phone calls is highlighted in the Toronto Star and on CTV's Canada AM.
David Detomasi (Business) comments in the Toronto Star about the image of China as a low-cost low-tech producer.

2007-07-05 09:35:19

Douglas Bland (Policy Studies) comments about how a politician’s stand on the war in Afghanistan translates into votes in a CanWest News article picked up by the Montreal Gazette, Winnipeg Free Press, and Calgary Herald.
Thomas Courchene (Policy Studies) continues to comment about the importance of Canadian ‘hub cities,’ most recently in the Windsor Star.

2007-07-04 10:21:18

Nick Bala’s (Law) expertise on young offenders is featured in a Globe and Mail article about a 13-year-old girl accused of killing her family.
John Smol (Biology) continues to receive coverage for his research that suggests some ponds in Canada’s High Arctic are disappearing due to climate change, most recently in National Geographic and Reuters, on CBC-TV’s The National, CBC-Radio’s World at 6 and As it Happens.

2007-07-03 14:14:11

John Smol’s (Biology) research that suggests some ponds in Canada’s High Arctic are disappearing due to climate change receives extensive coverage including the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, and on cbc.ca.
Paul Juniper (Policy Studies) comments in the Globe and Mail about Toronto’s new lobbyist registry.

2007-06-29 10:45:38

A report by Thorsten Koeppl (Economics) calling for Ottawa to allow mergers among banks, as well as between banks and insurers is discussed in the Globe & Mail, the Toronto Star, the National Post and the Saskatoon Star Phoenix.

2007-06-28 09:10:43

Roel Vertegaal  (Computing) continues to comment about a device that allows advertisers to count the number of people who look at their billboards and screens, most recently in the Globe and Mail.
Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) continues to receive coverage for his work with the Citizens Assembly on Electoral Reform, most recently in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

2007-06-27 09:22:36

Thomas Courchene (Policy Studies) continues to comment about the importance of Canadian ‘hub cities,’ most recently in the Ottawa Citizen.

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