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Queen's in the News: 2008-03-31

Comments by Julian Barling (Business) on workplace aggression and the importance of physical protection measures for transit vehicle operators appear in the Globe and Mail.
A study by Barrie Frost (Biology) on the annual migration patterns of the monarch butterfly is highlighted in the Globe and Mail.
An opinion piece by Robert Wolfe (Policy Studies) on the Doha Round of World Trade Organization (WTO) negotiations appears in the Toronto Star.
An opinion piece by Tom Axworthy (Policy Studies) suggesting The Communist Party of China must either evolve or dissolve appears in the Toronto Star.
Stephen Harrison (Mechanical and Materials Engineering) addresses the issue of how blinds affect the solar and thermal performance of windows in the Toronto Star.
Simon Hesp (Chemistry) continues to comment on his discovery of new asphalt binders that could increase the life of paved roads in Ontario, most recently in the Ottawa Citizen.
Dean Tripp (Psychology) continues to comment on a Statistics Canada report identifying chronic pain in seniors, most recently in the Brantford Expositor.
Ken Wong (Business) comments on RIM’s response to its third outage in 10 months in Marketing Magazine.
William Flanagan (Law) discusses the switch from the traditional LL.B. designation to the American-style J.D in Canadian law schools in the National Law Journal.

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