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December 9, 2016

Queen's In The News Friday, December 9, 2016

Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
Dudley, Evan
  • Smith School of Business
Kingston Whig-Standard: Economic development builds momentum
Professor Dudley was interviewed at the annual Smith School of Business business forecast lunch on the state of economic development and the business environment of Kingston.
Jack-Davies, Anita CTV National Network News: Viola Desmond chosen for $10 bill
ctvnews.ca: Canadians react to the new Viola Desmond $10 banknote
Dr. Jack-Davies discussed the significance of civil rights pioneer Viola Desmond's selection for the new $10 bill.
Morrow, William S
  • School of Religion
CFAX 1070: Discussing the Islamic State
Dr. Morrow discussed the religious components of the Islamic State's ideology and beliefs.
Rose, Jonathan
  • Political Studies
Ottawa Citizen: Meet the previously mysterious academic advisers behind MyDemocracy.ca
Dr. Rose was named as one of the academic advisors behind the MyDemocracy.ca survey, and released a joint statement, addressing some of the concerns that had been raised over the survey.
Walker, Barrington
  • History
Reuters : Civil rights activist to be first Canadian woman on banknote
Dr. Walker says that the selection of Viola Desmond for the $10 bill will bring greater attention to the role that black Canadians have played in the nation's history.
Wong, Kenneth
  • Smith School of Business
Kingston Whig-Standard: Economic development builds momentum
Professor Wong was interviewed at the annual Smith School of Business business forecast lunch on the state of economic development and the business environment of Kingston.

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