Queen's in the News: 17-May-2005 04:45:43 PM
Nick Bala’s (Law) recent study about judge’s perceptions of children's honesty while testifying in court is highlighted in the Globe and Mail.
Ken Wong (Business) discusses in the Toronto Star, Star Wars-themed marketing. He also comments in the Ottawa Citizen and Montreal Gazette about loyalty cards.
Queen’s School of Business rankings in the Financial Times annual rankings of executive education programs are highlighted in the Globe and Mail and on CKWS-TV news.
Mark Green (Civil Engineering) comments in the National Post and Toronto Star about funding cuts that threaten the future of First Nations Technical Institute near Belleville.
Sharon Sutherland (Policy Studies) comments on the front page of the Ottawa Citizen about stresses on public servants due to the parliamentary deadlock.
John Osborne’s (Art) appointment as dean of arts and social sciences at Carleton University is highlighted in the Ottawa Citizen.
David Skillicorn’s (Computing) innovative software that de-codes language patterns and usage in email correspondence initially highlighted on the front page of the Ottawa Citizen continues to receive coverage, most recently on the front page of the Kingston Whig Standard, CBC-TV’s Scitech File and CHRQ Radio (Calgary).
Alvaro Morales’ (Urology) andropause research is highlighted on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Suzanne Fortier (VP Academic) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about the new collective agreement between Queen’s and the Queen’s University Faculty Association.
Donald Farquhar (Internal Medicine) continues to receive coverage for his recent funding for a five-year, end-of-life care fellowship, most recently in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Audrey Kobayashi (Geography) comments on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard about Kingston’s transportation services for mobility impaired people.
Douglas Reid (Business) comments in the Montreal Gazette and Regina Leader-Post about challenges still facing Air Canada subsequent to re-structuring.
Sarita Verma (Family Medicine) discusses opportunities for international medical graduates in Canada on CBC-Radio’s Radio Noon phone-in.