Queen's in the News: April 21, 2014
Praveen Jain (Electrical and Computer Engineering) – University professor chooses a better world over profit, on the Global National program Everyday Hero.
Jacalyn Duffin (History of Medicine) – The Canadian company selling drug to battle juvenile arthritis has stopped making it, in the Globe and Mail; the Catholic Church fast-tracks two early Quebec figures for sainthood, in the Catholic Register.
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – A four-party meeting on the Ukraine is being held in Geneva, on CTV News Channel; Canada deploys CF-18s to Eastern Europe, on Sun TV.
Ken Wong (School of Business) – General Motors grapples with a recall scandal affecting older cars, in Maclean’s Magazine.
Allyson Harrison (Psychiatry, Regional Assessment and Resource Centre) - Seriously stressed-out students are on the rise on post-secondary campuses, in the Vancouver Province.
Naomi Alboim (Policy Studies) - Canadian waitresses lose jobs to foreign workers, on cbc.ca and in the Huffington Post.
Adam Molnar (Surveillance Studies Centre) – Assessment still ongoing to see how many breeches have occurred due to Heartbleed security bug, on Business News Network; RCMP arrest student in Heartbleed theft of CRA data, in the Windsor Star and the Alaska Highway News; Canada needs privacy rules for drones, on Radio Canada; the one year anniversary of the Boston bombings is Monday, on CKWS (Vancouver radio).
Udo Schuklenk (Philosophy) – Three vaccinations are becoming mandatory for Ontario school children, on CKNW (Vancouver radio).
Stephen Archer (School of Medicine) – Hotel Dieu establishes a new dermatology clinic, on CKWS Television.
Robert Dennis (History) – The Catholic Church fast-tracks two early Quebec figures for sainthood, in the Catholic Register.