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Queen's in the News Archive

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2006-03-14 10:19:33


Bill Blake
(Business) comments in the National Post on Queen's School of Business's Fit to Lead curriculum for MBA students.

Michael Darling (Business) comments in the National Post on the commitment required for the School of Business's Executive MBA program.

Steve Salterio (Business) comments in the Toronto Star regarding investor protection under a proposed new regulatory process.

A report by Dugald M. Carmichael (Geology) on the dangers posed by a bedrock fissure at the Richmond Landfill site is referenced in The Intelligencer.

Kristin Aronson (Community Health and Epidemiology) comments in the Ottawa Citizen on exploring environmental risk factors that may contribute to breast cancer.

2006-03-13 09:56:23

Martha Bailey (Law) is quoted in the Globe and Mail regarding a polygamy study she co-authored with Beverley Baines and Bita Amani (Law).
Kristin Aronson (Community Health and Epidemiology) is quoted in an Ottawa Citizen story about environmental risk factors in breast cancer.
Philip Jessop (Chemistry) is quoted in a National Post story about scientists who are trying to transform toxic materials into safer alternatives.
Kent Novakowski (Biology) continues to be quoted in Canadian Press stories about the safety of drinking water from Ontario's private wells.
John Smol (Biology) continues to comment in the CanWest News Service about methane gas and global warming.
Caroline Baillie (Applied Science) is quoted in a Whig-Standard story about an original play at the Integrated Learning Centre.

2006-03-09 09:26:34

John Smol (Biology) comments in the National Post about the environmental effects of climate change in Canada’s North. The story receives extensive coverage including the Ottawa Citizen, Montreal Gazette, Calgary Herald and Edmonton Journal.
Professor emeritus Khem Jhamandas (Pharmacology and Toxicology) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about opiate-treating alternatives to methadone.
Ken Wong (Business) comments in Marketing Magazine about Frito Lay’s marketing of new curry flavoured chips.

2006-03-07 09:12:55

Bill Blake (Business) comments in the Globe and Mail about Queen's-Cornell executive MBA program.  Larry O'Farrell (Education) discusses his new study about how teaching the arts can keep young people in school on CBC Radio's Ontario Morning and cbc.ca News.

2006-03-06 09:10:03

Tom Axworthy's (Policy Studies) opinion piece about Canada-India relations appears in the Toronto Star.
Douglas Reid (Business) comments in the National Post about airlines marketing to business executives.
Kerry Rowe (VP Research) comments in a Kingston Whig-Standard story that reports Stan Brown (Chemistry), Kurt Kyser (Geological Science and Engineering) and Roland Speicher (Mathematics and Statistics) are Queen's most recent recipients of Killam awards. Kurt Keyser is also interviewed on CKWS TV.
Ken Wong (Business) comments about call centre trends on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard.

2006-03-02 09:27:36

Kim Nossal (Political Studies) comments in the Globe and Mail about why Canadians are in Afghanistan.
Darin Heyland's (Medicine) recent end of life study continues to receive coverage, most recently on CBC National Broadcast News and cbc.ca.
Master's student Caleb Hasler (Biology) comments in the Kingston Whig Standard about possible explanations for a two-mouthed pike caught in a local fishing derby.

2006-02-28 09:51:15

Douglas Reid (Business) comments about the success of WestJet Airlines in the Edmonton Journal and Calgary Herald.
Professor emeritus Ned Franks (Political Studies) comments on the front page of the Ottawa Citizen and in the Edmonton Journal about the final report of the Gomery Commission.
A new end of life study led by Daren Heyland (Medicine) is highlighted in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
 

2006-02-27 10:46:17

Elaine Power (Physical and Health Education) comments in the Toronto Star about food insecurity.
Cynthia Fekken (Psychology) comments on the front page of the National Post about students communicating with professors by email.
Nick Bala (Law) comments in the Ottawa Citizen about the unrecognized rights of sexually abused children.
Tom Courchene (Policy Studies) is quoted in the Montreal Gazette and Vancouver Sun about fiscal imbalance.
Malcolm Thorburn (Law) comments on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard about the potential abuse of the long-term offender designation for federal offenders.
A recent study co-authored by Julian Barling and Nick Turner (Business) about bullying in the workplace is cited in the Vancouver Sun.
Timothy Smith (History) comments extensively in the Paris, France media about the future of France including in Le Point magazine, Libration (‘La France est coinc entre deux modles sociaux L'Est republicain and  La Croix newspapers, French Senate's nightly news show Le journal de 18h, Travaux Publics on France culture radio, France 4 TV’s  Le Culture Club.  Reviews of his book, France in Crisis have appeared in magazines including Liasons sociales, Alternatives conomiques, Partages, Liens and Challenges. He will debate the future of France on France 3, on March 16 with Raymond Barre, former Prime Minister of France, Carlos Ghosn, current CEO of Renault-Nissan, and Suzanne Berger, Politics professor at MIT.
Karen Pegley (Music) discusses music and the Olympics on CFRB 1010 Radio (Toronto).

2006-02-21 11:07:54

Nick Bala's (Law) expert testimony at an inquiry into alleged decades of sexual abuse of young people in Cornwall is mentioned in the Globe and Mail, and he discusses in a Canadian Press story that is covered in the Halifax Daily News, St. John's Telegram, Truro Daily News, New Glasgow Evening News, Cape Breton Post, Toronto Sun and Kingston Whig-Standard, the possible benefits of re-writing the youth criminal justice act.
Professor emeritus Ned Franks (Political Studies) discusses recommendations from the final Gomery report in the Globe and Mail.
Karen Pegley's (Music) opinion piece about how music is chosen for the Olympics appears in the Toronto Star.
Tom Axworthy's (Policy Studies) opinion piece about Canada's future and the Harper government appears in the Toronto Star.
David Saunders' (Business) opinion piece about the success and quality of Canada's business schools appear in the National Post and he comments about trends in business schools developing joint programs in the Toronto Star.
Peggy Cunningham (Business) comments in the Toronto Star about hyperbole in people's resumes.
Doug Bland (Policy Studies) discusses Harper's over-ambitious defence plan in the Globe and Mail and in a Canadian Press story that is covered in the Halifax Daily News, London Free Press and Edmonton Journal.
John Geddes' (Medicine) letter from Nairobi where he is conducting field studies in Africa appears in the Halifax Daily News and Kingston Whig-Standard.
Funding for a new research chair in bioethics at Queen's is reported in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Ian Janssen (Physical and Health Education) discusses on CBC Radio's Ontario Morning the high incidence of obesity in the baby boom generation.

2006-02-14 11:09:03

Douglas Bland's (Policy Studies) opinion piece about reactions to Gordon O'Connor's appointment as Minister of Defense appears in the National Post. 
Ken Wong (Business) comments in the National Post about the effectiveness of Bombardier's Olympic advertising. 
Ian Janssen (Physical and Health Education) comments on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard about the high incidence of obesity in the baby boom generation. 
A profile of Nick Bala (Law) expert witness in an inquiry into alleged decades of sexual abuse of young people in Cornwall appears in the Cornwall Standard-Freeholder.
Martha Bailey (Law) discusses retroactive child support orders, an issue currently before the Supreme Court of Canada on CBC Halifax, Ottawa, Fredericton, Regina and Inuvik.
Richard Ascough (Theological College) discusses the real St. Valentine on the front page of the New Mexico Las Cruces Sun-News.

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