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For the Record: July 24, 2014

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Successful Candidates

Congratulations to the following individuals who were the successful candidates in recent job competitions.

Job Title: Graphic Designer
Department:Athletics and Recreation
Competition: 2014-120
Successful Candidate: Robert Stacey

Job Title: Technical Specialist
Department: Information Technology Services
Competition: 2014-130
Successful Candidate: Sarah O’Reilly (Information Technology Services)

The Relay for Life team held barbecues throughout the year to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society. No Mo Cancer was held in November and saw the word Relay for Life's largest event was the 12-hour overnight relay on campus.

Queen's University security expert comments on use of force review


Security and surveillance expert David Murakami Wood is available to comment on today’s use-of-force report from Supreme Court of Canada Justice Frank Iacobucci, specifically the recommendation that the Toronto Police Service issue body-worn cameras to all officers who may encounter people in crisis.

Stauffer Library entrance repairs

Crews will be working on behalf of Grounds to repair the steps and ramp that lead into Stauffer Library from the intersection at Union Street and University Avenue beginning on Monday, July 28th through until Friday, August 1st. The crews will cordon off small work areas at a time to ensure that there is always an accessible entrance to the building.

Questions or concerns regarding this planned work should be directed to Fixit by phone at extension 77301 or by e-mail.

July 24, 2014

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Adam Heenan's (Clinical Psychology) research appeared in the Pakistan Daily Times.

Michael Smolander (Industrial Relations) had his op-ed published in the Ottawa Citizen.

Adam Heenan (PhD student, Clinical Psychology) – Exercise can change how you view the world, in the Pakistan Daily Times and Philadelphia Magazine.

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Electricity Demand Management - Updated July 29

With the mild weather and lower provincial electrical demand there are currently no expected Electricity Response Days in the 7 day outlook. We will send notification again next week to keep you informed.

New bank machine in Goodes Hall

CIBC has installed a bank machine in the west wing of Goodes Hall. The machine is located in the foyer just inside the double doors off Frontenac Street.

Please visit the retail and services website for a complete list of bank machines on campus.

Mr. Zhang Zhi, head of the Chinese delegation speaks durning the signing ceremony. Mr. Zhang Zhi Director General of the Chinese Ministry of Land and Resources, and Provost Alan Harrison sign the MOU. Provost Alan Harrison and head of the Chinese delegation Mr. Zhang Zhi exchange signed copies of the MOU. Queen's officials, the Chinese delegation, and training participants after the signing ceremony.

July 23, 2014

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Tandy Thomas (School of Business) was quoted in the National Post on the new Barbie doll.

Nick Bala (Law) was heard on CBC Radio's Ontario Noon talking about internet legal issues.

Kathleen Lahey (Law) commented on women in the workplace on vice.com.

Tandy Thomas (School of Business) – How Barbie may need more than a career makeover to save Mattel’s iconic doll from sliding sales, in the National Post.

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