Queen's in the News Archive
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.
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.
Ken Wong (Business) comments in a Globe and Mail story about cultural diversity in the workplace.
Doug Reid (Business) comments in the National Post about the future of Jetsgo.
John McHale (Business) comments in the Hamilton Spectator about rising gas prices and consumer behaviour.
Kevin Hall (Civil Engineering) comments in the Ottawa Citizen about a new water test patented by Queen’s researchers that eliminates human error and speeds up water testing.
Fr. Raymond de Souza is interviewed on Global TV from Pope John Paul II’s wake at St. Peter’s Bascillica.
Istvan Anhalt (Music) is interviewed on CBC Radio's Ontario Morning about his recent Juno Award for Classical Composition of the Year.
Tom Axworthy’s (Policy Studies) opinion piece about the root causes of violence appears in the Toronto Star.
Fr. Raymond de Souza (Newman House) chosen media commentator for Pope John Paul II’s funeral is profiled in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Jim McKeen (Business) is pictured in the March issue of Edge magazine and suggests it's time that organizations "re-focus on innovation".
Fr. Ed Ondrako (Theological College) is interviewed by CBC Radio's Cross Country Checkup and Ontario Morning on the death of Pope John Paul II and the future of the papacy. His comments also appear in the Ottawa Citizen, the National Post, the Calgary Herald, the Victoria Times Colonist, the Regina Leader Post and the Saskatoon Star Pheonix.
Fr. Raymond De Souza (Newman House) is interviewed on CBC TV's The National about the legacy of Pope John Paul II.
Justin Jaron Lewis (Religious Studies) comments on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard about Pope John Paul II’s relationship with the Jewish people.
Jacalyn Duffin (History of Medicine) comments on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard about her one-time meeting with Pope John Paul 11.
Ian Gilron (Pharmacology and Toxicology) continues to receive coverage for his latest research in treating neuropathic pain, most recently in the Globe and Mail.
Father Raymond de Sousa (Newman House) discusses the Pope as spiritual super power on CBC News and Current Affairs.
Anita Anand (Law) comments in the Globe and Mail about a recent OSC ruling that ordered ATI Technologies Inc. to pay $900,000 for delayed disclosure of financial information and misleading investigators.
Alan King’s (SPEG) secondary school curriculum and drop-out rate research is highlighted in the Toronto Star.
Ian Gilron (Pharmacology and Toxicology) is interviewed on CTV News and Current Affairs about his latest research in treating neuropathic pain. He also discusses the research on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Margaret Little's (Women’s Studies) book launch for If I Had a Hammer: Retraining that Really Works, received coverage on CBC Radio Saskatchewan, the Regina Leader Post, CKOM Radio Saskatoon and Briarpatch Magazine.
Tom Courchene’s opinion piece about the Texas summit appears in the Toronto Star and The StarPhoenix (Saskatoon).
Wendy Craig’s (Psychology) most recent bullying research continues to receive coverage, most recently in the Ottawa Citizen and the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Colin Funk (Physiology) continues to receive coverage for his study about low-dose Aspirin as treatment for pre-eclampsia, most recently on CKWS TV.
Sandra Taylor (Medicine) comments on CBC Radio’s Ontario morning about the ethics around decisions to discontinue life support.