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August 29, 2016

Queen's In The News Monday, August 29, 2016

Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
Thomas, Tandy
  • Smith School of Business
CKWS TV: Queen’s expert weighs in on back to school shopping
When "back-to-school" shopping, it's easy to get caught up in the marketing hype around this year's "must haves," says Dr. Thomas. The key is to stick to your list and make smart choices about what to buy.
Hollenstein, Thomas
  • Psychology
Wigan Today: Flexibility key to good mother-daughter relationship
Research by former Queen's doctoral candidate, Dr. Jessica Lougheed, and her supervisor Dr. Tom Hollenstein examines the dynamics of mother-daughter relationships.
Duffin, Jacalyn Metro News: Out-of-country competitor chosen over Niagara’s Biolyse to supply cancer drug
Dr. Duffin says that a growing shortage of prescription drugs, at a time when most medications are produced abroad, should be of greater concern to Canadians.
Louis A. Delvoie Kingston Whig-Standard: Op-Ed: Next mission? Not Congo
In the wake of Friday's announcement that the Canadian Forces would be making up to 600 troops, plus supplies, available for peacekeeping missions, Dr. Delvoie presents the case for the Congo not to be the first mission chosen.
Gordon, David
  • Geography and Planning
Spacing
Review of Dr. Gordon's latest book, Town and Crown - an illustrated history of the planning and development of Ottawa.
Arnott, Shelley
  • Biology
Sudbury Star: Sudbury Accent: A sparkle in the jewel
Dr. Arnott explains why Sudbury's O.S.A. Lake is so clear.

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