Queen's in the News: April 2, 2012
Christine Overall (Philosophy) – Should we or should we not have children, in The New Yorker.
John Pliniussen (School of Business) – Creativity and innovation in the workplace, in the National Post.
Nick Bala (Law) – Report reveals earnings of more than 20,000 self-employed lawyers, in the Toronto Star.
Harry McCaughey (Geography) – Environmentalists say there’s renewed activism with Earth Hour, in the Toronto Star, Ottawa Citizen, Vancouver Province, Waterloo Record and Guelph Mercury.
David Murakami Wood (Sociology) – Privacy becoming scarce in an increasingly digital world, in the Calgary Herald, Edmonton Journal, Vancouver Sun, Windsor Star, Saskatoon StarPhoenix, Regina Leader-Post, Ottawa Citizen, Windsor Star, Victoria Times Colonist, Montreal Gazette, Vancouver Sun and a number of other daily newspapers.
Daniel Woolf (Principal) – Queen’s and Kingston City Council preparing to meet, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Heather Evans (English) – A new treasure trove of fairy tales emerges, carried on a Postmedia News live webchat with several online papers including the Edmonton Journal, Calgary Herald and the Vancouver Sun.
David Skillicorn (School of Computing) – Canadians may be affected by U.S. credit card hack, on CTV News Network and CBC Radio.
Ken Wong (School of Business) – What does the future hold for Research in Motion, on the Roy Green Show (nationally syndicated radio talk show).
Melanee Thomas (Political Studies) – Political fallout of the Robocall scandal, on CTV News Network.
Amer Johri (School of Medicine) – Study debates drinking alcohol after a heart attack, on CKWS Television.