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Dr. Elaine Power - Acquired Tastes: et al - new book reveals what food choices say about us

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Acquired Tastes: Why Families Eat the Way They Do Hardcover

SKHS Grad Student Peter Sheahan - wins OKA Poster Award

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SheahanOKAPosterAwardNov2014

Jean Côté - An Elite Opportunity

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An elite opportunityJeanCote

(snipped from the Gazette - Monday November 3, 2014)

Queen’s University professor

Gurd says: "supplementing your exercise routine with resveratrol may not enhance the effects of physical activity"

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Jean Côté - Receives 2013 Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Supervision

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Work with gradute students honoured (snipped) Queen's Gazette 21 Oct 2014

The recipients of the 2014 Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Supervision have been announced.....  Individual or groups of students nominate their professors who have proven exceptional as research supervisors,....

SKHS New CRC - Jeffrey Masuda

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Four new Canada Research Chairs for Queen'sMasudaCRCPicOct2014

Fergus Research Team 2014 Trip to South Africa

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Dr. Stevenson Fergus and his research team, Dr. Nomusa Mngoma and MSc Candidate, Heather Nyamazana visited South Africa to continue their research work on "Sisonke Cares", a Queen's health promotion project tackling HIV infection and gender-based violence.

SKHS Wins Men's Soccer Intramural - Aug 2014 - Awesome !

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SKHS won the Men's soccer intramural championship August 2014

(snipped from Golden Gaels website) In a thrilling final, SKHS United defeated Allan's Angels in penalties, to win the 2014 Men's Summer Soccer Championship.  A penalty goal for Allan's Angels opened the scoring, followed by a quick 2-goal outburst from SKHS United.  Late in the second half, Allan's Angels tied the game.  Overtime solved nothing, leading to penalty kicks, where SKHS outscored their opponents 5-4.

Kyle Clarke, MA Candidate wins Ontario Nature Award

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Local conservation hero wins Ontario Nature award -

Kyle Clarke recognized for leadership in the protection of nature (snipped)

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(Toronto, Ontario, July 3, 2014) –

Dr Steve Fischer - and Paramedics team up with CRE-MSD to prevent musculoskeletal disorders

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(snipped) from News from the CREs Issue 14 Spring 2014

Fischer research team (including Brendan Coffey, SKHS MSc Candidate) team up with paramedics  and CRE-MSD to prevent musculoskeletal disorders.