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Queen's in the News: December 3, 2012

Louis Gagnon (School of Business) – Can Canada's Mark Carney save Britain's economy?, in the Daily Telegraph (Britain); Julie Dickson is a candidate to be named the new governor of the Bank of Canada, in the Fredericton Daily Gleaner and New Brunswick Telegraph Journal. 

Charles Beach (Economics) – Female immigrants finding it tough to find jobs in the science and technology field, in the Globe and Mail. 

Wagdy Loza (Psychiatry) – Can a convicted terrorist be rehabilitated, in the National Post. 

Ariel Salzmann (History) – Canada recalls diplomats over United Nations/Palestine vote, on CTV News Channel and CKNW (Vancouver radio). 

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – Canada recalls diplomats over United Nations/Palestine vote, on CTV News Channel. 

Daniel Woolf (Principal) – The Principal's Commission on Mental Health, on CBC Radio's The Current. 

John Smol (Biology) – Internal documents show the federal government was trying to prevent a government scientist from talking about climate change, in the Vancouver Sun, Calgary Herald, Edmonton Journal, Ottawa Citizen, Montreal Gazette and several other Postmedia newspapers. 

Louis Delvoie (Centre for International and Defence Policy) – Canada recalls diplomats over United Nations/Palestine vote, in the Toronto Star. 

Victor Rabinovitch (School of Policy Studies) – Marcel Beaudry played a major role in developing the LeBreton Flats, in the Ottawa Citizen. 

Karen Yeates (School of Medicine) – Cell phone technology can be used to screen cervical cancer in developing countries, on CBC Radio's Fresh Air

Heather Stuart (Community Health and Epidemiology) – Do celebrities who talk about their mental health struggles do any good?, on Maritime Morning  (talk radio in Halifax, Saint John and Moncton).

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