Queen's in the News Archive
A Canadian Press story about James Reynolds’s new test to identify Fetal Alcohol Syndrome receives extensive coverage including the Globe and Mail, globeandmail.ca, Toronto Star, Ottawa Citizen, London Free Press, Montreal Gazette, Edmonton Journal, Winnipeg Sun, Winnipeg Free Press, Hamilton Spectator, Calgary Herald and Vancouver Sun.
Professor emeritus Ned Franks’ (Political Studies) comments about a possible NDP motion calling for the resignation of the federal government receive extensive coverage including the Globe and Mail, National Post, Ottawa Citizen,Vancouver Province, Calgary Sun, Edmonton Journal, Winnipeg Free Press, Winnipeg Sun, Hamilton Spectator, CBC Newsworld's Canada Now and cbc.ca.
Wendy Craig (Psychology) is interviewed about bullying in schools on CBC Radio’s regional news reports and her research is highlighted in the Winnipeg Free Press.
Timothy Smith (History) discusses the riots in Paris and French immigration on CBC syndicated radio including Saint John, Montreal, Yellowknife, Windsor, Victoria, Ottawa and Edmonton.
Timothy Smith’s (History) opinion piece appears on globeandmail.ca and he is interviewed on CBC Radio’s The Current about the riots in Paris and French immigration.
Zangchao Jia’s (Biochemistry) new protein discovery that may open the door for effective treatment of a deadly strain of E. coli bacteria is highlighted in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Mike Condra (Health Counselling & Disabilities) comments in the Toronto Star about helping students cope with mid-term stress.
Walter Rosser (Family Medicine) comments on the front page of the Ottawa Citizen about risks involved in an Ontario government plan to move residents from three provincial institutions.
Kevin Hall (Civil Engineering) comments in the Ottawa Citizen about water purification processes.
Douglas Reid (Business) comments on the airline industry on the front page of the Calgary Herald and in the Victoria Times-Colonist.
Professor emeritus Ron Delisle (Law) comments in the Edmonton Journal about evidence and credibility.
Christopher Justinich’s (Pediatrics) expertise in pediatric gastroenterology is highlighted on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard.
John McHale’s (Business) co-authored book Give Us Your Best and Brightest is highlighted in The Economist.
Lori Rand (Residences) and Diane Nolting (Student Health, Counselling & Disabilities) discuss Queen’s residence life and the wellness community in the Globe and Mail.
Queen’s top marks for Canadian universities are highlighted in the Globe and Mail University Report Card.
Philip Burge’s (Psychiatry) opinion piece supporting new provincial adoption disclosure legislation appears in the Ottawa Citizen.
Professor emeritus Ned Franks (Political Studies) comments in the Ottawa Citizen about the sponsorship scandal.
Laurie Graham (Biology) discusses her snow flea antifreeze research conducted with Peter Davies, on CTV NewsNet, CBC Quirks and Quarks, and CJOB-radio in Winnipeg.
Kerry Rowe (Research) comments on CKWS-TV about Queen's impressive success rate in research funding.
John McHale’s (Economics) co-authored book, Give Us Your Best and Brightest is highlighted in the Globe and Mail.
Laurence Ashworth (Business) comments in the Toronto Star about consumers’ emotional attachments to products.
Lew Johnson (Business) discusses insider trading in the Toronto Star.
Tom Courchene (Policy Studies) comments in the Toronto Star about Alberta’s oil revenues.
Jean Cote’s (Physical and Health Education) research that shows professional hockey players are more apt to come from small towns continues to receive coverage, most recently in the Toronto Star.
John Smol’s (Biology) arctic research is highlighted in the Ottawa Citizen, Edmonton Journal, Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, Vancouver Sun and Kingston Whig-Standard.
Douglas Reid (Business) comments in the Ottawa Citizen and Montreal Gazette about Bombardier and the airline industry.
Donald Akenson (History) discusses the benefits of religion in the Ottawa Citizen.
Lorne Carmichael (Economics) comments in the London Free Press about mandatory retirement.
Alistair MacLean comments in the Hamilton Spectator about sleep and daylight savings time.
Barbara Kisilevsky (Nursing) appears in an international documentary, My Baby's a Genius, to be aired on CBC-TV’s The nature of things Nov.2 and Nov. 6.
Philip Burge (Psychiatry) comments in the Canadian Press and National Post about Bill 183 for adoption disclosure.
Jean Cote’s (Physical & Health Education) research that shows professional hockey players are more apt to come from small towns is highlighted in the National Post.
Bruce Pardy (Law) comments about privacy rights in the Toronto Star.
Richard Beninger (Psychiatry) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Daniel David Moses (Drama) nominee for the Siminovitch Prize for playwrights is profiled in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
John McHale (Business) comments in the New York Times about brain drain from small developing countries.
Peter Davies (Biology) snowflea antifreeze research continues to receive coverage, most recently in the New York Times.
Professor emeritus Duncan Sinclair is profiled on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Mary Ann McColl’s (Occupational Therapy) alternative medicine research is highlighted in the Toronto Sun.
Kirk Muller (Athletics) head coach of Queen’s hockey team is profiled in the Globe and Mail.
Bill Blake (Business) discusses Queen’s Executive MBA program in the Globe and Mail.
Peggy Cunningham (Business) comments in the Ottawa Citizen about an ad campaign calling on people to learn to love rats.
Peter Davies' (Biology) snowflea antifreeze research continues to receive coverage, most recently in the Montreal Gazette.
Carol McKeen’s (Business) comments about office romances continue to receive coverage including the Kingston Whig-Standard and Sault Star.
Final results from Alan King’s (SPEG) double cohort study continue to receive coverage, most recently in the Kingston Whig-Standard.