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Queen's in the News Archive

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2005-11-30 09:19:15

Wendy Craig's (Psychology) recent study on sexual harassment of secondary school students is highlighted in the National Post, Toronto Sun, Montreal Gazette, Vancouver Sun, Cornwall Standard-Freeholder, Kingston Whig-Standard, Windsor Star and Saskatoon Star Phoenix.
Matthew Thomson (Business) discusses brand allegiance in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

2005-11-29 08:48:46

Tom Axworthy's (Policy Studies) opinion piece about human trafficking appears in the National Post. 
 Sean Conway (Policy Studies) comments about the upcoming election in the Ottawa Citizen and St. Catharines-Niagara Standard.

2005-11-28 10:33:04

Ken Wong (Business) comments in the Globe and Mail about CEO’s marketing their own product.
Kate Harkness’s (Psychology) latest depression study indicating that mildly depressed people are more in tune with other people’s feelings continues to receive coverage, most recently in the Toronto Sun.
Virginia Walker’s (Biology) latest break through in birth defect research continues to receive coverage, most recently in the Toronto Sun.
Jean Cote’s (Physical Health and Education) recent study that shows more professional hockey players come from small towns continues to receive coverage, most recently in the Winnipeg Free Press.
Professor emeritus Ned Franks (Political Studies) comments on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard about minority governments.
 

2005-11-25 09:52:36

Tom Axworthy (Policy Studies) is quoted in the Globe and Mail about the need to reform the public service.
Ken Wong's (Business) induction into the American Marketing Association Hall of Legends, in the Mentor category is reported in the Globe and Mail and Kingston Whig-Standard.
Professor emeritus Ned Franks (Political Studies) comments in the Globe and Mail about the possible defeat of the federal government, and in the Ottawa Sun about Liberal spending in the face of an election campaign.
Carol McKeen (Business) comments in the Globe and Mail about women students leaving business programs. 
Douglas Reid (Business) comments in the Globe and Mail about labor compensation in the airline industry.
Joe Pater (NCIC) comments in the Globe and Mail about clinical trials for the breast cancer drug Herceptin.
John McHale (Business) comments in the Toronto Star about the need for public policy to improve productivity in Ontario.
Professor emeritus Bill Marshall (Psychology) comments about how people function in an aroused state in the Ottawa Citizen, Edmonton Journal, Vancouver Province, Vancouver Sun, and Kingston Whig-Standard.
Rebecca Luce-Kapler (Education) discusses the need to initiate Women's Studies in secondary schools on CBC Radio's Ontario Morning.

2005-11-23 10:00:06

Kate Harkness's (Psychology) latest depression study indicating that mildly depressed people are more in tune with other people's feelings is highlighted in the National Post, Calgary Herald, Edmonton Journal, Vancouver Sun and Kingston Whig-Standard, and she is interviewed on CBC Radio's Ontario Morning.
Kim Nossal (Political Studies) is quoted in the National Post and Ottawa Citizen from a new report that examines Canada's International Policy Statement commenting on the statement's responsibilities agenda.
John McHale's (Business) opinion piece about the global race for talent appears in the Wall Street Journal.

2005-11-22 09:12:53

Virginia Walker (Biology) discusses her recent breakthrough in birth defect research in the Globe and Mail.
Philip Burge (Psychiatry) discusses adoption disclosure legislation, Bill 183 in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

2005-11-21 10:38:28

Poh-Gek Forkert (Anatomy) is quoted in a Toronto Star story about the potential dangers of exposure to PFOA, a chemical used to make everything from Teflon-coated frying pans to stain-repellent clothing.
James Reynolds (Pharmacology and Toxicology) continues to discuss his new test to identify Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, most recently on CBC Radio One in Whitehorse, Yellowknife and Regina.
Tom Kent (Policy Studies) has an opinion piece on Prince Edward Island's proposed electoral reform published in The Charlottetown Guardian.
 
 
 

2005-11-18 08:59:22

Sherif El-Defrawy (Ophthalmology) comments in the Toronto Star about treatment for presbyopia.
Don Klinger (Education) comments in University Affairs about university admissions standards.

2005-11-17 09:18:27

Professor Emeritus John Berry's (Psychology) study of international immigrant youth is featured in the Ottawa Citizen, Kingston Whig-Standard, a Canadian Press story that received coverage including the Vancouver Province, Hamilton Spectator, Windsor Star, Truro Daily Star, Whitehorse Daily Times, and on CBC radio and globeandmail.ca.
John Smol (Biology) comments extensively about climate change and dwindling northern water resources including the National Post, Ottawa Citizen, Montreal Gazette, Edmonton Journal, Regina Leader-Post, Winnipeg Free Post, Vancouver Sun, Windsor Star and Kingston Whig-Standard.
The Toronto Sun reports that Susan Cole and Roger Deeley (Pathology and Molecular Medicine) have received the Robert L. Noble prize for outstanding achievement in cancer research.
 Alistair MacLean (Psychology) comments in the Hamilton Spectator about sleep disturbances.
Doug Babington (Writing Centre) discusses university students’ writing skills on CBC Radio's Ontario Morning.

2005-11-16 10:08:08

Jay Handelman (Business) comments on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard about the wristband marketing craze.
James Reynolds (Pharmacology and Toxicology) continues to discuss his new test to identify Fetal Alcohol Syndrome most recently in the Kingston Whig-Standard.  And Jim Brien (Pharmacology and Toxicology) is interviewed about Dr. Reynolds’s research on CTV NewsNet.  
Studies by Peter de Groot, Brenda Saunders, Candace Scott and Peter Boag (Biology) on the mating systems of polar bears and rhinoceros are featured on this month's cover story in Canadian Geographic.  
Tom Axworthy (Policy Studies) appears on CBC Newsworld discussing the grounds for calling a federal election.
Malcolm Cunningham (Education) talks about study skills on CBC Radio's Ontario Morning.

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