Queen's in the News: January 28, 2013
Kerim Ousman (Centre for International and Defence Policy) – Canada's future role in Mali, on CTV News Channel.
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi correctly predicted jihadists would spread across northern Africa if his regime fell, in the National Post; the U.S. military allows more combat roles for women, on CKNW (Vancouver).
Ken Wong (School of Business) – A Super Bowl ad designed for the U.S. market may not have the same impact in Canada, in the Vancouver Sun, Vancouver Province, Edmonton Journal, Calgary Herald, Ottawa Citizen, Montreal Gazette and several other Postmedia newspapers; the perception of geek/nerd culture is becoming more acceptable, in the Toronto Sun, Ottawa Sun, Winnipeg Sun, Edmonton Sun and Calgary Sun.
Kathy Brock (School of Policy Studies) – What impact will the 13-point declaration signed by First Nations leaders have, in the Montreal Gazette, Vancouver Sun, Edmonton Journal, Calgary Herald, Regina Leader Post, Ottawa Citizen and several other Postmedia newspapers.
John Smol (Biology) – Oil sands study could be a turning point in the development of the Alberta oil sands, in the Vancouver Province, Vancouver Sun and Edmonton Journal.
Doug Bland (School of Policy Studies) – First Nations sovereignty demands a new point of conflict, op-ed in the Ottawa Citizen.
Monica LaBarge (School of Business) – Coke launches ad campaign against obesity, on nine local CBC Radio stations across Canada (including, Ottawa, Quebec City, Ontario Morning, Regina, Victoria and Vancouver).
Robert Morrison (English) – The 200th anniversary of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, on CBC.ca and CBC Radio's Ontario Morning.
Richard Jones (Law) – Nortel workers angry over huge fees paid to lawyers over bankruptcy dispute, in the Law Times.
Kip Pegley (School of Music) – A study finds listening to heavy metal music is a sign of teenage delinquency, on QR77 (Calgary talk radio).
Dick Zoutman (Infectious Diseases) – Hospitals maybe be facing an antibody-resistant apocalypse, on CKNX (Wingham, Ont. Radio).
David Gordon (School of Urban and Regional Planning) – How a university can expand when it's located in a downtown core, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.