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Queen's in the News Archive

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2005-04-26 12:41:05

Ian Janssen (Physical and Health Education) continues to receive coverage for his research that found Canadian youth rank 4th highest in the world for obesity, most recently in the Hamilton Spectator.

An opinion piece by Robert Pike (Sociology) about an income-contingent repayment plan for student loans appears in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

2005-04-25 09:58:27

David Gordon (Urban & Regional Planning) comments in part 1 of a 5 part National Post special about suburbs.

Dick Zoutman discusses in the National Post the spread of infections in hospitals.

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about Peter Milliken running in the next election. He is also interviewed on CBC Radio news about Paul Martin’s address to the nation.

Kristan Aronson (Cancer Care & Epidemiology) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about local funding for cancer research.

Dale Kristensen (Biology) discusses local wolf sightings in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

Vince Mosco (Sociology) comments in the Knight-Ridder Tribune about trends in out sourcing high-tech jobs.

Ian Janssen (Physical and Health Education) continues to receive coverage for his research that found Canadian youth rank 4th highest in the world for obesity, most recently on CBC-TV The National, CKWS-TV, CBC Radio Ontario Morning and CBC News (Winnipeg), 570 News Radio (Kitchener) and CHUM Radio.

2005-04-21 09:51:54

Research led by Ian Janssen (Physical and Health Education) that found Canadian youth rank 4th highest in the world for obesity is highlighted in the Globe and Mail. The story is also covered in the National Post, Leader-Post (Regina), Edmonton Journal, Calgary Herald, Calgary Sun, Gazette (Montreal), Kingston Whig-Standard, The Standard (St. Catharines - Niagara), Toronto Sun, Ottawa Sun, London Free Press, FLY-FM Radio.

Carol Beatty (Business) discusses in the Globe and Mail employee decisions to stay at a company following a merger.

Ruth Rees (Education) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about a current rift between English and French speaking elementary education at a local school.

2005-04-20 09:36:17

Bita Amani (Law) discusses trade-mark related matters in the Globe and Mail.

Emeritus professor Ned Franks (Political Studies) comments in a Canadian Press story about timing for a federal election. The story is covered in the Globe and Mail, Western Star (Corner Brook) and Standard-Freeholder (Cornwall).

Father Raymond de Souza (Newman House) comments on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard and on Global-TV about Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger's election as Pope Benedict XVI.

Father Ed Onrako (Religious Studies) comments on CKWS-TV about Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger's election as Pope Benedict XVI.

2005-04-19 08:43:27

Walter Rosser (Family Medicine) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about new “health-care teams”.

Don Stuart (Law ) continues to comment about a court order to restrict Karla Holmolka’s movements when she is released from prison, most recently on CBC Radio’s Ontario Morning.

2005-04-18 08:57:32

John Schreiner (Oncology) comments in the National Post about how the Einsteinian revolution is still affecting everyday life. The story is also covered in the Ottawa Citizen, Gazette (Montreal), Kingston Whig-Standard, Windsor Star and Leader-Post (Regina).

David Layzell (Biology) comments in the Calgary Herald and Edmonton Journal about biological systems managing solar energy and greenhouse gases.

Kevin Hall (Biology) continues to discuss a faster, more accurate water test developed at Queen’s, most recently on CBC Radio’s Ontario Morning.

2005-04-15 09:52:00

Gary Trotter's (Law) commentary about response to a man recently charged with murdering his wife and released on bail appears in the Globe and Mail.

Emeritus professor David Mullan (Law) comments in the Globe and Mail about Toronto's policy on lobbyists.

Don Stuart (Law) comments in the National Post about a court order to restrict Karla Holmolka’s movements when she is released from prison. The story is also covered in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

Kevin Hall (Civil Engineering) discusses on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard a new water test developed at Queen’s that provides faster, more accurate results.

Ken Wong (Business) discusses in the Edmonton Journal considerations for small businesses transitioning to larger businesses.

Allan Manson (Law) is interviewed on CBC-TV the National about the Gomery inquiry.

Bernie Adell (Law) is interviewed on CBC Radio Canada International about the Toronto transit.

2005-04-13 10:45:29

Tom Axwothy’s (Policy Studies) opinion piece about the interrelationship between rights and responsibilities for decision-makers appears in the Toronto Star.

Don Stuart (Law) comments on CBC radio news about Karla Homolka's release.

2005-04-11 10:09:48

Fr. Raymond de Souza (Newman House) comments in the Ottawa Citizen about Marc Ouellet as a likely contender to become the next Pope. His commentary on Pope John Paul ll’s funeral is highlighted in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

David Layzell (Biology) discusses managing solar energy and greenhouse gases in the Ottawa Citizen.

Forough Jahanbakhsh (Religious Studies) comments in the Ottawa Citizen about what Muslim leaders want in a new Pope.

Larry Wolfe (Physical and Health Education) and Greg Davies (Obstetrics and Gynecology) discuss in the Kingston Whig-Standard their new research study to test the effects of moderate activity on women considered at risk to develop pre-eclampsia.

2005-04-08 10:14:24

Ian Janssen (Physical and Health Education) comments in the Canadian Press about lack of physical exercise and obesity. The story is covered in the Standard (St. Catherines-Niagara).

Elaine Power (Physical and Health Education) is interviewed on CKWS TV about links between poverty and poor nutrition.

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