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Queen's in the News: 03-October-2005 12:20:35 PM

Alan Kings’s (SPEG) double cohort research is highlighted in the Globe and Mail.

Uzma Rehman (Psychology) appears in the first of the Canada’s Worst Driver series on the Discovery Channel. Her commentary about what motivates these drivers is highlighted in the Toronto Star.

Art Cockfield (Law) comments in the Toronto Star about the NHLPA dispute. A review of his new book NAFTA Tax Law and Policy: Resolving the Clash between Economic and Sovereignty Interests appears in the Literary Review of Canada.

Tom Courchene’s (Policy Studies) comments about Alberta’s economic surplus are highlighted in the Toronto Star and Montreal Gazette.

Lonnie Aarssen (Biology) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about risks radio waves pose to schoolchildren.

Alan Travers (Education) article about teaching abroad appears in Professionally Speaking.

Jonathan Crush (SARC) appears as guest on South African Broadcasting Corportaion (SABC) radio phone-in show on the impact of the brain drain from Africa

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