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Queen's in the News Archive

Date Text
2007-03-08 09:37:08

Shawna O’Grady (Business) comments in the Ottawa Citizen about team building development for new companies.
Poh-Gek Forkert (Anatomy and Cell Biology) comments about Queen's research that suggests fermented foods and beverages contain trace amounts of carcinogens in the Kingston Whig-Standard, and on CKWS-TV and Kingston’s CHUM Radio.

2007-03-07 10:16:04

Don Stuart’s (Law) comments about the Charter of Rights and Freedoms continue to be highlighted in the Globe and Mail.
Tom Axworthy’s (Policy Studies) op-ed about the popularity of St

2007-03-06 09:26:05

Tom Courchene (Policy Studies) comments in the Globe and Mail about what it takes for Canada to be a successful country in the modern world.
Roel Vertegaal (Computing) comments in Maclean’s Guide to Canadian Universities 2007 about his research that uses a TV-camera that will one day let people change channels by looking at an onscreen menu.

2007-03-05 08:35:30

Don Stuart (Law) comments in the Globe and Mail and Toronto Star about the integrity of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Jean Cote (Kinesiology and Health Studies) comments in the Toronto Star about a study that suggests involvement in organized sports can shape a child’s character, but the influences might not always be positive.

2007-03-02 11:54:21

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.

2007-03-01 09:20:34

Sharryn Aiken (Law) comments in the Toronto Star about a federal court ruling to deport a reputed gang enforcer to Sri Lanka.
Rosemary Lysaght (Rehabilitation Therapy) comments on cbc.ca about a study that found a high level of public support for including people with intellectual disabilities in the paid workforce.

2007-02-28 09:23:40

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.
James Reynolds (Pharmacology and Toxicology), Doug Munoz (Neurosciences), and Courtney Green (Pharmacology and Toxicology) comment about an eye test combined with brain scanning that helps diagnose children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

2007-02-27 10:50:07

Richard Ascough (Theological College) discusses claims that filmmakers have discovered remains of Jesus and his family on CBC-Radio’s Ontario Morning.
Timothy Smith (History) comments in Maclean’s magazine about French presidential candidate, Nicolas Sarkozy.

2007-02-26 11:08:16

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 National Post about the ways that men are portrayed in advertisements.

2007-02-23 09:42:21

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.
David Lyon (Sociology) receives coverage in the Kingston Whig-Standard for winning the Killam Research Fellowship for his research on registering, classifying and sorting citizens.

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