Queen's in the News: Feb. 11, 2013
Catherine Conaghan (Political Studies) – Ecuador President Rafael Correa is always in campaign mode, in the Wall Street Journal.
Ned Franks (Political Studies) – The legal troubles of Canadian senator Patrick Brazeau, on CBC TV News Now and Global TV National.
Daniel Woolf (History) – The life of King Richard III, in the Globe and Mail.
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – Convicted spy Jeffrey Delisle gets 20-year jail term, in the Globe and Mail and on CTV News Channel and Sun News Network.
David Gordon (School of Urban and Regional Planning) – St. Lawrence/The Esplanade area in Toronto is the best example of a mixed-income, pedestrian-friendly community ever built in Ontario, in the Globe and Mail.
Warren Mabee (School of Policy Studies) – A growing anti-wind movement says giant turbines have gone up without sufficient research into health impacts, on CBC TV’s Doc Zone.
David Murakami Wood (Sociology) – Cheap drones sold to the public are creating many privacy questions, on Global TV’s 16X9.
David Hanes (Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy) – An asteroid will come close to hitting Earth on Feb. 15, on the Roy Green Show (11 stations across Canada, including AM640 Toronto), CKNW (Vancouver radio) and the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Adrian Baranchuk (Cardiology) – The dangerous effects of snow shoveling on your heart, on GlobalNews.ca., GlobalToronto.ca, GlobalCalgary.ca and 10 other Global News websites across Canada.
Heather Evans (English) – St. Valentine’s Day consumerism, on CKNW (Vancouver radio).
Brian Cumming (Biology) – Low water levels in the Great Lakes, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Sidneyeve Matrix (Film and Media Studies) – Google’s digital footprint is much stronger and more powerful than Facebook’s, in Marketing Magazine.