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January 13, 2011

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Niko Troje (Psychology) – Debunking the myth about a popular illusion, on Discovery Channel.
Kathleen Lahey (Law) – Pioneering same-sex couples, in the Toronto Star.
Sidneyeve Matrix (Film and Media Studies) – New scanner could revolutionize publishing industry, in the Ottawa Citizen, Edmonton Journal, Nanaimo Daily News, and the Alberni Valley Times.
Daniel Woolf (Principal) – Queen’s co-leads national military health initiative, on CBC Radio Ottawa.
John Andrew (School of Urban and Regional Planning) – New home prices up in November, in the St. John’s Telegram.
 

Niko Troje (Psychology) – Debunking the myth about a popular illusion, on Discovery Channel.

Kathleen Lahey (Law) – Pioneering same-sex couples, in the Toronto Star.

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January 11, 2011

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Art Cockfield (Law) – New website that stores all of a person’s financial records, in the Globe and Mail.
Arthur Milnes (Archives) – Celebrating Sir John A. Macdonald’s birthday, in the Toronto Star, Kingston Whig-Standard, Brockville Recorder and Times, Sudbury Star, Prince George Citizen and Trail Daily Times.
Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) – Partisan hyperbole in US politics, in the Vancouver Sun.
Ross Kilpatrick (Art) – Hidden literary references in the Mona Lisa, on CTV.ca and CBC Radio Ottawa.
 

Art Cockfield (Law) – New website that stores all of a person’s financial records, in the Globe and Mail.

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e-Queen's: Learn for life--HR offers certificate courses and workshops

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Geography professor Laura Cameron holds the Canada Research Chair in Historical Geographies of Nature.
 

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Geography professor Laura Cameron holds the Canada Research Chair in Historical Geographies of Nature.
 

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For the Record: January 17, 2011

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Mon, 01/17/2011

Appointments

New Faculty Appointments

Faculty of Heath Sciences

David R. Taylor -- Medicine, General Internal Medicine (January 1, 2011)

Rosemary A. Wilson -- School of Nursing (January 1, 2011)

January 7, 2011

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Douglas Bland (School of Policy Studies) – Aboriginal insurgent groups, on APTN.
Robert Morrison (English) – Controversy over replacing the ‘n-word’ with ‘slavery’ in upcoming edition of Huckleberry Finn, in the Kingston Whig-Standard and on CKWS TV.
Nick Bala (Law) – Legal dispute surrounding a lottery win by a group of office employees, on CKWS TV.
 

Douglas Bland (School of Policy Studies) – Aboriginal insurgent groups, on APTN.

Robert Morrison (English) – Controversy over replacing the ‘n-word’ with ‘slavery’ in upcoming edition of Huckleberry Finn, in the Kingston Whig-Standard and on CKWS TV.

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e-Queen's: Professor discovers hidden literary references in the Mona Lisa

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January 6, 2011

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Douglas Bland (School of Policy Studies) – Harper government quietly shuts down Afghanistan cabinet committee, in the Globe and Mail, Waterloo Record and on many websites including MacLeans.ca.
Nick Bala (Law) – Legal dispute surrounding a lottery win by a group of office employees, in the National Post, Ottawa Citizen, Vancouver Sun, Victoria Times-Colonist, Calgary Herald, Moncton Times and Transcript, and Fredericton Daily Gleaner.
Robert Morrison (English) – Controversy over replacing the ‘n-word’ with ‘slavery’ in upcoming edition of Huckleberry Finn, on CBC.ca and on GlobeandMail.com.
Heather Evans (English) – Food lovers getting creative with their e-mail signoffs, in the St. John’s Telegram.
 

Douglas Bland (School of Policy Studies) – Harper government quietly shuts down Afghanistan cabinet committee, in the Globe and Mail, Waterloo Record and on many websites including MacLeans.ca.

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January 5, 2011

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Scott Carson (School of Business) – Goals for the business schools in the new year, in Business Week.
Don Klinger (Education) – Merit pay for teachers, in the Montreal Gazette, Edmonton Journal, Regina Leader-Post, Fredericton Daily Gleaner, Nanaimo Daily News and Sherbrooke Record.
Niko Troje (Psychology) – Debunking the Silhouette Illusion myth, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Helen Driver (Medicine) – Canadians not getting enough sleep, on CBC Radio’s Ontario Morning.
 

Scott Carson (School of Business) – Goals for the business schools in the new year, in Business Week.

Don Klinger (Education) – Merit pay for teachers, in the Montreal Gazette, Edmonton Journal, Regina Leader-Post, Fredericton Daily Gleaner, Nanaimo Daily News and Sherbrooke Record.

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January 4, 2011

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Helen Driver (Medicine) – Canadians not getting enough sleep, on CBC.ca.
Don Stuart (Law) – The Russell Williams murder trial, in Canadian Lawyer Magazine.
Lew Johnson, Louis Gagnon, Doug Reid and Shai Dubey (School of Business) – Canada will have slow but modest economic growth in 2011, in Kingston This Week.
 

Helen Driver (Medicine) – Canadians not getting enough sleep, on CBC.ca.

Don Stuart (Law) – The Russell Williams murder trial, in Canadian Lawyer Magazine.

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January 3, 2011

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Louis Gagnon (School of Business) – Canadian banks expanding in the U.S. market, in the New York Times; government fears higher interest rates will hurt consumers, in the Edmonton Journal.
Robert Morrison (English) – Review of his book The Opium Eater, in the Washington Post and the Huffington Post.
Sidneyeve Matrix (Film and Media Studies) – Canadians are tops in the world in terms of internet usage, in the Globe and Mail, and on Radio-Canada and Talk Radio AM 640 (Toronto); more people preferring private, ‘walled-garden’ approach to personal info on the Internet as opposed to wide-open and public, in the National Post.
Ned Franks (Political Studies) – Federal government’s changes to Canada’s pension plans, in the Globe and Mail; a look back at federal politics in 2010, in the Ottawa Citizen, Vancouver Sun, Victoria Times Colonist, Winnipeg Free Press, St. John’s Telegram, Toronto Star, Waterloo Region Record and Barrie Examiner.
Pamela Murphy (School of Business) – Understanding how people rationalize unethical behavior and fraud, in the National Post.

Louis Gagnon (School of Business) – Canadian banks expanding in the U.S. market, in the New York Times; government fears higher interest rates will hurt consumers, in the Edmonton Journal.

Robert Morrison (English) – Review of his book The Opium Eater, in the Washington Post and the Huffington Post.

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