Queen's in the News Archive
Zongchao Jia’s (Biochemistry) research about a molecule that appears to dramatically boost the ability of standard drugs to kill breast-cancer cells in the lab is featured in a Canadian Press story that appears in the Globe and Mail, Calgary Sun, Kingston Whig-Standard, and on cbc.ca and ctv.ca. He also appears on Global National News.
Professor emeritus John Meisel (Political Studies) comments about U.S. political scientist, Seymour Martin Lipset, in the Globe and Mail.
Laurence Ashworth (Business) comments on Global-TV about a new study from University College London suggesting that you are more likely to perform well if you trust your instincts.
David Saunders’ (Business) opinion piece about the benefits of an MBA in Canada appears in the Montreal Gazette.
Ross Finnie (Policy Studies) comments in the Globe and Mail about the effectiveness of various incentives that are meant to entice students to attend post-secondary education.
Timothy Smith’s (History) opinion piece about S
Bruce Pardy’s (Law) opinion piece about senate reform appears in the Toronto Star.
Steven Salterio (Business) comments about his research that suggests Canadian companies have weaker financial controls than similar-sized U.S. companies in the Globe and Mail, National Post, and Toronto Star.
Marc Griffin (Film Studies) comments about the film, 'Apocalypto', as part of the ‘Popcorn Panel’ in the National Post.
John Smol (Environmental Studies) continues to comment about the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, most recently in a Canadian Press story that appears in the Edmonton Journal and Hamilton Spectator. He also appears on CBC-TV Newsworld.