Queen's in the News: July 8, 2013
Kristan Aronson (Public Health Sciences) – Why night shifts could be dangerous to women, in the Nigerian Tribune.
Roel Vertegaal (School of Computing) – Queen’s Human Media Lab produces closest thing to 3D telepresence, in Wired Magazine.
Justin Kerr (International Student Advisor) – Effects of ongoing strike by Canadian diplomats widely felt and very costly, in the National Post.
Kathy Lahey (Law, Gender Studies) – New study shows few Millennial women aspire to be business leaders, in the National Post.
Warren Mabee (School of Policy Studies) – Train derailment could change pipeline debate, in the Toronto Star.
Michael Chan (Psychiatry) – Dog adopted while his master was in the Royal Ottawa Hospital, in the Ottawa Citizen.
Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) – The government needs to limit third-party election spending, in the Sun News Network.
Louis Delvoie (Centre for International and Defence Policy) – After 12 years of war, it’s the beginning of an end in Afghanistan, op-ed in the Kingston Whig Standard.
Hisham ElBatarny (Biomedical and Molecular Sciences) – The world is still holding out hope for Egypt, in the Kingston Whig Standard.
Robert Engen (History) – The fight for Sicily is the most important you probably haven’t heard of, op-ed in the Kingston Whig Standard.
Roumen Milev (Psychiatry) – Military mental health stats are too low, in the Kingston Whig Standard.