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2006-05-15 09:53:43

Niko Troje's (Psychology) research that shows our brains are hard-wired to pick up the motion of an approaching predator's feet is highlighted in the Globe and Mail.
Sharryn Aiken (Law) comments on cbc.ca about Harper's announced changes to streamline the immigration system.
Cheryl King - Van Vlack's (Rehabilitation Therapy) recent study that shows exercise during dialysis boosts toxin removal continues to receive coverage, most recently in the Ottawa Sun, Fredericton Daily Gleaner, Truro Daily News, and Moose Jaw Times-Herald.

2006-05-12 12:04:52

Cheryl King -Van Vlack’s (Rehabilitation Therapy) recent study that shows exercise during dialysis boosts toxin removal is highlighted in a Canadian Press story that receives coverage in the Vancouver Sun, Vancouver Province, Toronto Sun, Kingston Whig-Standard, Hamilton Spectator, Moncton Times & Transcript, Barrie Examiner, on CBC Radio national news, K-Rock and FLY-FM.
Professor emeritus Ivan Beck (Medicine) and Matthew Thompson (Business) discuss in the Kingston Whig-Standard their health-care crisis research comparing the Romonow Report to an earlier report.
Bev Baines (Law) discusses polygamy on CBC TV’s Newsworld.Doug Bland (Policy Studies) discusses Canada's response to the Dafur crises on CBC TV’s Newsworld.Nick Bala (Law) is interviewed about youth crime and the Youth Justice Act on CBC TV’s Newsworld.
Tom Courchene (Policy Studies) discusses fiscal imbalance and provincial relationships with the federal government on CBC Radio’s Ontario Today.

2006-05-11 10:18:13

Rick Jackson (Business) discusses in the National Post court decisions around the firing of workers.
Michael Adams (Pharmacology and Toxicology) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about the dangers of hypertension.

2006-05-08 10:20:00

Tom Axworthy’s (Policy Studies) opinion piece about emergency preparedness appears in the Toronto Star.
Doug Bland (Policy Studies) comments in the Ottawa Citizen and Barrie Examiner about the crisis in Darfur, and his allegorical piece about Canada’s involvement in Darfur continues to receive coverage, most recently in the Calgary Herald.
Richard Ascough (Religious Studies) comments in the Ottawa Sun about the Da Vinci Code.
Susan Phillips (Family Medicine) discusses in the London Free Press Ontario's medical schools' collaborative launch of a web enabled, medical curriculum in gender and health.
Ken Wong (Business) discusses depictions of men in marketing in Marketing Magazine.

2006-05-05 09:49:48

Doug Bland's (Policy Studies) allegorical piece about Canada's involvement in Darfur appears in the Ottawa Citizen.
Bruce Berman (Political Studies) continues to discuss his new $2.5-million SSHRC-funded project on ethnic diversity, most recently in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

2006-05-04 08:58:25

David Walker (Health Sciences) discusses in the Toronto Star doctors' preparedness for disaster.
Dick Zoutman (Medicine) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about flu pandemics.
John Smol (Biology) discusses climate change on TV Ontario.
Linda Levesque (Community Health & Epidemiology) continues to receive coverage for her new study about the risk of heart attack for patients using Vioxx including in the Wall Street Journal and on CBC Radio Morning (Quebec).
Theresa Alm (Registrar's Office) comments about the Federal budget impact on student awards, Andrew Stevens (SGPS) about how the tax cuts impact students, and Kerry Rowe (V.P. Research) about the budget's commitment to research funding, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

2006-05-03 09:40:31

Linda Levesque (Community Health & Epidemiology) receives extensive coverage for her new study about the risk of heart attack for patients using Vioxx including in the Globe and Mail, Ottawa  Citizen, Kingston Whig-Standard, Montreal Gazette, Saskatoon Star Phoenix, Regina Leader Post, Edmonton Journal, Vancouver Sun, Victoria Times Colonist, Charlottetown Guardian, Independent (U.K.), CBC Radio Canada, Reuters, Bloomberg and MSNBC.     
Tom Courchene (Policy Studies) comments in the Globe and Mail and on globeandmail.com about the federal budget.              
Richard Ascough (Religious Studies) comments extensively about organized religion and spirituality including in the National Post, Montreal Gazette, Calgary Herald, and Vancouver Sun.
John Pliniussen (Business) comments in the Hamilton Spectator about stinger sound sequences used in marketing.
Niko Troje’s (Psychology) recent study about how animal brains detect distinct movement continues to receive coverage on CKWS TV.
Arthur Sweetman (Policy Studies) discusses the federal budget on FLY FM and CHUM Radio.
 

2006-05-02 12:43:48

Jane Webster’s (Business) co-authored study showing co-workers withhold information from each other is highlighted in the Globe and Mail.
Sharryn Aiken (Law) comments on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard about the ban on media tours of the new facility to house terrorism suspects on the grounds of Millhaven Institution.
Ken Wong (Business) discusses the marketing of religion on CBC Radio’s The Current.

2006-05-01 09:19:35

An op-ed by Kip Pegley (School of Music/Women’s Studies) about American Idol’s reinforcement of social limitations appears in the Ottawa Citizen.John Pliniussen (Business) comments on the power of email to enhance business decisions in the New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal. Julie Blais (Psychology) comments on cyber-bullying in the Kingston Whig-Standard.Darren Beiko (Urology) comments in Maclean's regarding a study on a kidney stone treatment.

2006-04-28 09:55:03

Doug Bland (Policy Studies) discusses in the Globe and Mail and Kingston Whig-Standard the media ban on the return to Canada of soldiers killed in action.
Jay Handelman (Business) comments in the Toronto Star about Starbuck's marketing strategy.
Bruce Berman (Political Studies) discusses on CKWS-TV and CHUM radio his $2.5-million SSHRC-funded project on ethnic diversity.  
Professor emeritus Gerry Wyatt (Psychology) discusses on CKWS TV reasons for the abundance of midges at this time of year.

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