Queen's in the News: September 4, 2012
Thor Koeppl (Economics) – Economy’s foggy future poses a challenge for Mark Carney, in the Globe and Mail.
Lynda Colgan (Education) - Sesame Street moves into the digital age, in the National Post.
Art Cockfield (Law) – IRS targets Yanks in Canada, CTV News Channel/CTV National News, the Edmonton Sun, Winnipeg Sun, Calgary Sun, Ottawa Sun, Toronto Sun, Owen Sound Sun Times, Dunnville Chronicle, Belleville Intelligencer, over 20 other daily newspapers and the CBC Radio national business desk.
Ned Franks (Political Studies) – Sentator’s private illness raises new questions about the public interest, in the Toronto Star.
Andre Juneau (Institute of Intergovernmental Relations) – Quebec voters are casting their ballots, on the CTV News Channel.
Jacalyn Duffin (School of Medicine) – We must work to end drug shortages, on CBC’s White Coat, Black Art.
Houchang Hassan-Yari (Centre for International and Defence Management) – Canada adds to sanctions on Syria, in the Toronto Sun, Huffington Post, Ottawa Citizen, Regina Leader Post, Global Winnipeg, Montreal Gazette, Brandon Sun, Calgary Herald, Edmonton Sun, Sudbury Star, Welland Tribune, Petrolia Topic, St. Catharines Standard and over 30 other daily newspapers.
Don Macnamara (Queen’s Executive Development Centre) – Gen. Walt Natynczyk took his job to heart, in the Cold Lake Sun, Winnipeg Sun, Calgary Sun, Ottawa Sun, Toronto Sun, Kingston Whig-Standard, Canmore Leader, Fairview Post, Banff Crag and Canyon, The Edson Leader, and over 15 other daily newspapers.
Theodore Christou (Education) – It’s time to re-examine public education in Ontario, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
David Skillicorn (School of Computing) – Brockville City Hall’s computers were hacked, in the Brockville Recorder and Times.
Daniel Krupp (Math) – Study questions the theory that psychopaths suffer from a mental disorder, on CKNW (Vancouver radio).