Queen's in the News Archive
Rosemary Lysaght (Rehabilitation Therapy) continues to comment about a study that found a high level of public support for including people with intellectual disabilities in the paid workforce, most recently in the Globe and Mail.
Sharryn Aiken (Law) comments in the Toronto Star about a federal court ruling to deport a reputed gang enforcer to Sri Lanka.
Lewis Johnson (Business) comments in the National Post about the ATM fees intervention that is said to be a pre-election ploy to appeal to the general public.
Richard Ascough (Theological College) discusses claims that filmmakers have discovered remains of Jesus and his family on CBC-Radio’s Ontario Morning.
Martin Hand (Sociology) and John Pliniussen (Business) comment in the Globe and Mail about social interaction through digital networks.
Ken Wong (Business) comments in the Globe and Mail about fashion designers paying actresses to wear their dresses to events like the Oscars. He also comments in the Ottawa Citizen and Kingston Whig-Standard about plant closures in Eastern Ontario and what that means for economic development.
Ross Finnie’s (Policy Studies) opinion piece about the need for growth in Canada’s graduate education system is published in the Toronto Star.
John Geddes’ (Medicine) piece about the Canadian government’s efforts to alleviate poverty and suffering in the developing world is published in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Tom Axworthy’s (Policy Studies) expertise in grassroots party renewal is highlighted in the National Post and in a CanWest News article that appears in the Ottawa Citizen, Windsor Star and Montreal Gazette. He also discusses the RRSP program in Maclean’s magazine.
Ken Wong (Business) comments about the marketing and strategy of Canadian beer brands in the National Post.