Queen's in the News: July 2, 2013
Kristan Aronson (Cancer Care and Epidemiology) – Women who work night shifts for more than 30 years are twice as likely to get breast cancer, in the Daily Mail, Irish Times, Daily Telegraph and The Guardian.
David Gordon (Urban and Regional Planning) – What is the plan for Canberra, Australia, in the Canberra Times and ABC Radio (Australian radio).
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – It is impossible to protect our society from the lone wolves, in La Vanguardia (Barcelona, Spain).
Louis Gagnon (School of Business) - The Royal Bank, Investors Group and other key institutional investors are launching a new stock exchange that will compete with the TMX to boost competition, in Le Devoir.
John Smol (Biology) – Queen’s professor earns Order of Canada for his work on lake ecosystems, in the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Lethbridge Herald, cbc.ca and the Kingston Whig Standard.
Art Cockfield (Law) – Taxman to demand more details on offshore holdings, in the Huffington Post.
Meredith Chivers (Psychology) – The female libido and the two year itch, in Maclean’s Magazine.
Elaine Petrof (School of Medicine) – Fecal transplants showing promising results in treating C. difficile, in Maclean’s Magazine.
Heather Stuart (Community Health and Epidemiology) – The shock and shame of mental illness, in Maclean’s Magazine.
Ajay Agarwal (School of Urban and Regional Planning) - Growth in gridlock adds to problems for commuters StatsCan study shows, in the Ottawa Citizen, Montreal Gazette, Windsor Star, Regina Leader Post, Vancouver Province, Calgary Herald and a number of other national daily newspapers.
Ned Franks (Political Studies) - Senate, including 16 Conservatives, vote to neuter union financial-disclosure bill, in the Vancouver Sun.
Roel Vertegaal (School of Computing) – Technology is finally catching up to paper, on ITWeb.
Victor Rabinovitch (Policy Studies) – Changes are proposed to the mandate of the Museum of Civilization, on Radio-Canada.