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Queen's in the News: 2010-03-08

Emeritus professor William Marshall (Psychology) – Rehabilitating sex offenders in Japan, in the Japan Times.
John Smol (Biology) – Water quality in the Lake of the Woods area, in the International Falls  Daily Journal (Minnesota).
Peter MacLeod (Centre for the Study of Democracy) – Vancouver Olympics and its place in Canadian history, in the Globe and Mail.
Duncan Sinclair (Policy Studies) – Changes to hospital funding, in the Globe and Mail.
Samantha King (Kinesilogy and Health Studies) – Celebrities wearing ribbons to support charitable causes, in the Globe and Mail.
Bob Ross (Kinesiology and Health Studies) – How exercise affects obesity, in the National Post, Vancouver Sun, Calgary Herald, Montreal Gazette, Ottawa Citizen, Regina Leader-Post, Edmonton Journal, Victoria Times-Colonist, Windsor Star, Prince Rupert Daily News, and on Canada.com.
Sharryn Aiken (Law) – Court decisions on deporting refugees to unsafe countries, in the Toronto Star.
Adele Mercier (Philosophy) – Stephen Harper’s decision to not make national anthem gender neutral, in the Toronto Star, Hamilton Spectator and the Waterloo Regional Record.
Ned Franks (Political Studies) – Governor General`s visit to Haiti, in the Toronto Sun, Calgary Sun, Edmonton Sun, Kingston Whig-Standard and 10 other Sun Media newspapers; and Stephen Harper and the budget, in the Vancouver weekly Georgia Straight.
Stephen Waldman (Mechanical and Materials Engineering) – Alternative energy and biomedical engineering education, in the Montreal Gazette, Vancouver Province, Vancouver Sun, Regina Leader-Post, and Saskatoon StarPhoenix.
Julian Barling (Business) – Public apologies, in the St. Catharines Standard, Sault Star, and Stratford Beacon Herald.
William Flanagan (Law) – Prison farms, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Tammy Babcock (Security) – Humanitarian trip to Haiti, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Tom Courchene (Economics) – Federal budget, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Steven Maynard (History) and student Elysia Maludzinski – Queen’s first-year history class starts petition to stop cuts to Lest We Forget program, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Peter Howat (Music, Visiting International Scholar) – Pianofest, on CKWS.
Kathy Brock (Policy Studies) – Federal budget, on CBC Radio’s Ontario AM and individual stations in Cornerbrook (Nfld.), Windsor, Thunder Bay, Calgary, Yukon, and Vancouver.
Magda Lewis (Education) – Violence against women and cross-culturalism, on CBC Radio 107.5.
Kathleen Lahey (Law) Federal budget, on CHQR Alberta radio; and women falling behind, in the Sudbury Star.
Sidney Eve Matrix (Film and Media) – Weddings and social media, on 98.9 The Drive radio Kingston.

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