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    July 8, 2021

    Queen's In The News Thursday, July 8, 2021

    Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
    Jonathan Aikman
    • Smith School of Business
    US News: The Pandemic and Employment: An Available Chair For Graduates?
    Dr. Aikman talks about how significant long-term risks await if the burden of rising student debt in the U.S. and other leading industrial countries go unaddressed.
    Troy Day
    • Arts and Science
    • Mathematics and Statistics
    Australian Associated Press: Yes, viruses can evolve to become more deadly
    Dr. Day talks about how it is advantageous for viruses to become more transmissible and less lethal, but that it’s not always possible.
    Christian Leuprecht
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    • Smith School of Business
    • School of Policy Studies
    CBC's The Current with Matt Galloway: The Current for July 8, 2021
    640 AM Toronto radio: When China Didn't Hold Their End Of The Deal, Canada Said Nothing
    Dr. Leuprecht speaks to ON Point with Alex Pierson about about China not holding up their end of the deal for vaccines with Canada. He talks with The Current about the two scientists who were fired from Canada's virology lab in January.
    Struzik, Ed
    • School of Policy Studies
    Minnesota Public Radio: Sailing the uncharted waters of climate change — literally
    Dr. Struzik talks about the shrinking ice coverage in the Canadian Arctic and what this means for the resulting shipping boom.

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