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Queen's in the News: 04-January-2005 01:27:23 PM

Ken Wong (Business) comments in The Globe and Mail about the use of music in ad campaigns and in the Ottawa Citizen about ‘atmospherics’ used to influence retail shoppers.

Roel Vertegaal’s (Computing) ‘attentive’ office cubicle design receives extensive national coverage including the National Post, Ottawa Citizen, The Vancouver Sun, The Kingston Whig-Standard, and The Calgary Herald.

Bob Wolfe (Policy Studies) comments in Le Devoir about the Doha round and FTAA negotiations.

Douglas Reid (Business) comments in a Calgary Herald story about renewed competition between Air Canada and WestJet Airlines.

John Smol (Biology) is interviewed on CBC TV’s Country Channel about his research and his recent Herzberg award. He is also featured in The Kingston Whig-Standard as one of the main "newsmakers of the year".

Mark Sabbagh (Psychology) is featured on CBC Radio's Ontario Today in a special segment on how children view Santa Claus.

New matching funding from the Ontario government for Queen's High Performance Computing Virtual Laboratory (director Ken Edgecombe), Jeannette Holden's (Psychiatry and Physiology) autism research, and Kerry Rowe's (Civil Engineering) work on new geosynthetic materials is featured in The Kingston Whig-Standard and on CKWS TV.

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